Strategy is important, but be sure to back it up with checklists

08/24/2010 | InformationWeek

Focusing on strategy, rather than a list of specific tasks, can help CIOs achieve meaningful use, but the trusted checklist shouldn't be abandoned, writes Anthony Guerra, founder and editor of healthsystemCIO.com. "Checklists are a key tool for actually getting things done, and no matter how fantastic a strategic plan is, it won't qualify for a nickel of HITECH money unless someone operationalizes it," he writes.

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