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Critical Success Factors for the Implementation of Integrated Healthcare Information Systems Projects: An Organizational Fit Perspective

Shin-Yuan Hung, Charlie Chen, Kuan-Hsiuang Wang
2014 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
However, the disparity of business benefits in having an integrated healthcare information system (IHIS) varies with organizational fit factors.  ...  Critical success factors (CSFs) exist for hospitals to implement an IHIS successfully. This study investigated the relationship between the organizational fit and the system success.  ...  This study investigates the critical success factors of IHIS adoption from the perspective of organizational fit.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.03439 fatcat:cf5e6dffbjemvau2rmryfwksom

Successful IT/IS Projects in Healthcare: Evaluation of Critical Success Factors

Marius Schönberger, Andrejs Čirjevskis
2017 Journal of e-Health Management  
fit factors and critical success factors for the implementation of integrated health information systems in hospitals.  ...  Critical success factors for the implementation of integrated healthcare information systems projects:An organizational fit perspective.The study by Hung et al. investigated the relationship between organizational  ...  Journal of e-health Management  ... 
doi:10.5171/2017.956068 fatcat:5klcrng4cfai7nfne6ninmea2e

Successful Public Health Information System Database Integration Projects: A Qualitative Study

Matthew Wesley Roberts
2018 Online Journal of Public Health Informatics  
ObjectiveTo explore the most important public health information system database integration project success factors, whether technological, organizational, project-specific, or external in nature.MethodsThis  ...  ConclusionInvesting in the leadership and project management skills of database integration project participants could improve the success of future projects.  ...  I also thank the study's participants for their insight and wisdom.  ... 
doi:10.5210/ojphi.v10i2.9221 pmid:30349625 pmcid:PMC6194103 fatcat:iv5j4huby5ea3m6ujcnx63kntq

CIOs' perspectives of critical success factors in ERP upgrade projects

D. L. Olson, F. Zhao
2007 Enterprise Information Systems  
success factors for ERP upgrade projects.  ...  This study reports interviews with the chief information officers (CIOs) of 15 institutions that have undergone (or are undergoing) enterprise system upgrades, with focus on discussion of major critical  ...  Critical success factors in general information systems projects Critical success factors (CSFs) in ERP implementation has been studied fairly extensively, with recent studies by Akkermans and Van Helden  ... 
doi:10.1080/17517570601088364 fatcat:636ew7bktne2hgogsecuwpth6y

Job satisfaction in project-based organization

Magdalena GĘBCZYŃSKA, Silesian University of Technology, Faculty of Organization and Management
2020 Scientific Papers of Silesian University of Technology. Organization and Management Series  
Practical implications: the results of research have practical implications for managers of project-based organization, because they provide them with configuration of factors which lead to job satisfaction  ...  Originality/value: using of fs/QCA, which enabled simultaneous studying the effect of selected factors and it is an original contribution to the research on job satisfaction in PBO.  ...  Project-based organizations refer to a variety of organizational forms that involve the creation of temporary systems for the performance of project tasks and produce complex services for their clients  ... 
doi:10.29119/1641-3466.2020.146.9 fatcat:jwv2nztjjbhcnaz2dqmrti4av4

eHealth initiatives; the relationship between project work and institutional practice

Line Lundvoll Warth, Kari Dyb
2019 BMC Health Services Research  
Identifying factors that affect uptake, such as gaps between the intended use of an object and in situ actions or historically established activities, might expedite the future success of national eHealth  ...  This study explores the implementation of the SCR and e-prescriptions from the perspective of project managers; how does the implementation work by project managers relate to institutional practices in  ...  Her interests lie in the social and organizational aspects of the introduction and use of tools for professionals in healthcare and educational settings. Kari Dyb has a PhD in sociology.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12913-019-4346-0 fatcat:cewersnltva67pvyx2hlpuf4lq

A study of COTS integration projects

Katerina Megas, Gabriella Belli, William B. Frakes, Julián Urbano, Reghu Anguswamy
2013 Proceedings of the 28th Annual ACM Symposium on Applied Computing - SAC '13  
We present a descriptive and exploratory study of factors that can affect the success of COTS-based systems.  ...  While there was variability between iterative and sequential projects on a variety of organizational and product factors, little difference was found between the life cycle models on the success criteria  ...  In an attempt to begin studying these issues based on the opinions of experienced system integrators, a questionnaire was constructed to gather information from managers of projects where COTS products  ... 
doi:10.1145/2480362.2480558 dblp:conf/sac/MegasBFUA13 fatcat:fpt22l67ana5llzgogfugfbg6q

Study protocol for the translating research in elder care (TREC): building context through case studies in long-term care project (project two)

Jo Rycroft-Malone, Sue Dopson, Lesley Degner, Alison M Hutchinson, Debra Morgan, Norma Stewart, Carole A Estabrooks
2009 Implementation Science  
The organizational context in which healthcare is delivered is thought to play an important role in mediating the use of knowledge in practice.  ...  An improved understanding of the contextual factors that mediate knowledge use will inform future development and testing of interventions to enhance knowledge use, with the ultimate aim of improving the  ...  Acknowledgements The authors acknowledge the TREC team for its contributions to this study. Funding was provided by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) (MOP #53107).  ... 
doi:10.1186/1748-5908-4-53 pmid:19671167 pmcid:PMC2742509 fatcat:ndtpfe3innelpinapopt6ovqqu

Understanding the mHealth implementation and adoption impact: a FVM perspective

Nilmini Wickramasinghe
2018 Electronics Science Technology and Application  
However, the fit and viability perspective issues have been less widely studied, perhaps because of the difficulty and complexity of healthcare services and delivery factors and their studies.  ...  In today's global business environment this remains a key issue and critical success factor.  ...  For the measurement of success many authors have used the Critical Success Factors (CSFs) approach and have identified system fit with in the organizations business process and viability of system implementation  ... 
doi:10.18686/esta.v5i3.65 fatcat:dy26dabqpje4xbvd2v4ie3erg4

Is there only one way of project management theorizing, or are there multiple sector-specific project management domains?

Karlos A. Artto, Hans Georg Gemünden, Derek Walker, Pirjo Peippo-Lavikka
2017 International Journal of Managing Projects in Business  
healthcare systems not only through the relevant information system approaches, but also through organizational approaches.  ...  We see that the open system area broadens such narrow (and too operational) perspective on contingencies: in the open system view the project is seen as an integrated part of its external environment,  ... 
doi:10.1108/ijmpb-07-2016-0057 fatcat:femugdab75bpppxl7wocjvsa6a

Modeling Organizational Project Management

Ralf Müller, Nathalie Drouin, Shankar Sankaran
2019 Project Management Journal  
The model provides for an integrated view of OPM, assessment and profiling of OPM in organizations, and theorizes on the conditions for implementing OPM measures.  ...  The current discourse on organizational project management (OPM) focuses mainly on the integration of project, program and portfolio management, and ignores the contributions of other organizational entities  ...  This sets the stage for the integration of these groups with each other from a business perspective.  ... 
doi:10.1177/8756972819847876 fatcat:rxcwm3puezgfjhdjpngepgwveu

Business Model Implementation within Networked Enterprises: A Case Study on a Finnish Pharmaceutical Project

Sam Solaimani, Marikka Heikkilä, Harry Bouwman
2017 European Management Review  
The aim of this paper is to provide an approach based on empirical research that supports BM transition from design to implementation.  ...  The empirical data used in this paper is based on a case study involving an innovative project in the pharmaceutical sector in Finland.  ...  Acknowledgements We acknowledge the generous support of European Commission.  ... 
doi:10.1111/emre.12124 fatcat:4gzniyioxvfljen7xcscheiwb4

Improvement project in higher education institutions: A BPEP-based model

Marco Maciel-Monteon, Jorge Limon-Romero, Carlos Gastelum-Acosta, Yolanda Baez-Lopez, Diego Tlapa, Manuel Iván Rodríguez Borbón, Dejan Dragan
2020 PLoS ONE  
Improvement projects (IPs) are a fundamental element in any quality management system from any organization.  ...  In this study, we propose a model for IP implementation that is based on the Baldrige Performance Excellence Program (BPEP).  ...  therefore work constructively for the cause of organizational success.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0227353 pmid:31899782 pmcid:PMC6941826 fatcat:w7wuf6qlgjc4pm7bwd5ubnot2u

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA OF PROJECT RISK MANAGEMENT IN LANGUAGE TRANSLATION SERVICE COMPANIES

Asta Zaveckaite, Aurelija Ulbinaite
2018 Technological and Economic Development of Economy  
However, this requires identifying the critical success factors.  ...  The operationalisation of the model may lead to the companies' critical success performance.  ...  In their study, the authors approach critical success factors from three perspectives of implementation and maintenance of risk management system, namely readiness, implementation, and administration.  ... 
doi:10.3846/20294913.2017.1295287 fatcat:6y5rhquyxzbpvhsfm2amax3feu

Challenges and Opportunities in Developing Project Management Decision-Making Tools

Remil Aguda, Samantha Bonilla, Jalel Ben Hmida, Emmanuel D. Revellame
2021 Journal of Engineering, Project, and Production Management  
AbstractIncluding sustainability criteria for making decisions in project management poses challenges in the areas of bioenergy, biotherapeutics, and biomaterials.  ...  The scores or metrics from these tools can be used by project managers for decision-making in engineering process scale-up, evaluation of social impact, and commercialization of processing technologies  ...  Critical success factors were identified through a comprehensive literature review.  ... 
doi:10.2478/jeppm-2021-0013 fatcat:dwiyidvdyfbubbwlmidcxpze34
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