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Research: 2014 Healthcare IT Priorities

Government mandates and programs are top of mind for the 322 IT pros in our 2014 Healthcare IT Priorities Survey. Meeting Meaningful Use Stage 2 criteria, implementing ICD-10, and working to qualify as an accountable care organization doesn't leave much time for IT organizations to help healthcare providers optimize the new technology put in place in the last few years.

Health IT Growing Rapidly Through 2017

The North American health IT market will grow at a compound annual growth rate of 7.4% to reach a total value of $31.3 billion in 2017, compared to $21.9 billion in 2012, the research firm Markets and Markets predicted in a new report.

InformationWeek Healthcare Announces the 2013 'Healthcare CIO 20'

InformationWeek Healthcare released this year's Healthcare CIO 20, a list of the 20 most influential and accomplished technology leaders driving change in health IT. This is the third year editors of InformationWeek Healthcare have compiled this distinguished list of IT decision makers, selected for their ability to balance practical realities, like government regulatory requirements that dominate the short-term tech agenda, with a sense of purpose.

InformationWeek Healthcare’s 2012 CIO 25

What makes a healthcare IT executive stand out from the crowd? Even a quick scan of the CIOs and CMIOs profiled in InformationWeek’s second annual CIO 25 honor roll will make the distinction clear.

Download this annual compilation of the IT executives driving healthcare’s transformation and find out what strategies and solutions these exceptional doers and thinkers – your best targets – are focused on.

2012 Healthcare IT Priorities Survey

Overall, the top IT priorities of healthcare organizations in 2012 are similar to those in 2011, according to InformationWeek's latest Healthcare IT Priorities Survey. In both years, 64% of respondents rated managing patient data or e-health records as their top priority, followed by meeting regulatory requirements, which was rated a top priority by 61% in 2012 and 60% in 2011.