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Kaipa, P. (2000). Knowledge architecture for the twenty-first century. Behaviour & Information Technology, 19(3), 153–161.
Amatayakul, M. (2008). Good data stewardship makes good cents. Healthcare Financial Management, 62(2), 122–124.
Glaser, J. P. (2004). The mystery of IT strategy. Healthcare Financial Management, 58(1), 82–84.
Hildreth, S. (2007). Making it real: How companies get started on ITIL. Computerworld, 41(48), 34–38.
McLaughlin, K. (2005). ITIL catches on. Computerworld, 3(44), 39–42.
Hung, P., & Low, G. (2008). Factors affecting the buy vs. build decision in large Australian organisations. Journal of Information Technology, 23(2), 118–131.
Barcia, S. M. (1999). Requests for proposals: Do we really need them? Health Management Technology, 20(8), 24–25.
Seiter, T., Pagnotta, R., & Ciotti, V. (1994). It’s a jungle out there: Strategies for controlling information systems costs. Healthcare Financial Management, 48(6), 41–44, 46.
Bernstein, M. L., McCreless, T., & Côté, M. J. (2007). Five constants of information technology adoption in healthcare. Hospital Topics, 85(1), 17–25.
Lewis, D. (2004). Stop the pendulum! Computerworld, 38(2), 37–38.
Aspinall, M., & Hamermesh, R. (2007). Realizing the promise of personalized medicine. Harvard Business Review, 85(10), 108–117.
Kawamoto, K., Lobach, D., Willard, H., & Ginsburg, G. (2009). A national clinical decision support infrastructure to enable the widespread and consistent practice of genomic and personalized medicine. BMC Medical Informatics & Decision Making, 9, 1–14.
Wollersheim, D., Sari, A., & Rahayu, W. (2009). Archetype-based electronic health records: A literature review and evaluation of their applicability to health data interoperability and access. Health Information Management Journal, 38(2), 7–17.
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