2. Discuss organizational, presidential, and professional leadership roles in HIS and technology. Is one type of leadership more important than the others? How have these three arenas of leadership helped the others? Have they hindered the progress of HIS and technology in any ways?
3. In future election cycles, we will again face the question of whether presidential leadership will keep HIS and technology on course as a driver of health reform. What do you imagine will happen?
5. Rogers’ theory of diffusion of innovation provides a backdrop to understanding the keys to success, issues, and challenges associated with adoption of HIS and technology in health care. Identify ways in which the concepts of Rogers’ theory and adoption curve relate to HIS and technology adoption.
7. Describe ways that HIS and technology can potentially help the Six Aims of Crossing the Quality Chasm be achieved.