Over the past decade alone, enterprise systems have been expanded to provide secure, electronic linkages with suppliers and customers, and the Internet has become a mainstream channel for communications and business transactions. As a result, decision-making about information technology resources has also become even more visible as the roles and accountabilities of the IS function have become important not only operationally but also strategically. The overall objectives and targeted audience for this edition remain the same as for the prior sixth edition: Earlier editions of this textbook have been used for courses in MBA, MS in IS, and executive education programs, as well as in advanced undergraduate courses.
They have been developed as a practical resource to help guide the development and implementation of a successful sustainability program, particularly as it relates to the HH Challenge areas. Focusing more on the sustainability journey itself rather than the end-result of such efforts, these studies aim to help health care organizations understand the issues, strategies and challenges they may face along the path to sustainability.
They provide key insights and lessons learned from organizations that have already been there. Christina Quint Single-use medical devices are expensive resources that end up in the landfill after use.
InVirginia Mason reprocessed or recycled over 18, pounds of devices, which may have otherwise have been discarded in a landfill. The Safer Chemicals Challenge includes a goal to reduce the use of furnishings containing polyvinyl chloride PVChalogenated flame retardants, perfluorinated compounds PFC and formaldehyde.
To make this project financially possible, UMass Medical School combined current construction efforts to include a new Combined Heat and Power System and received financial incentives from the local utility company.
Christina Quint SinceSt. The operating room and endoscopy personnel identified opportunities for improvement. This win-win opportunity was accomplished through education, improved segregation and regular audits. Christina Quint Spectrum Health identified that many of the cleaning products used were harmful to patients, employees and the environment.
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The outcome was a healthier work environment for staff, a healthier recovery environment for patients and reduced overall cleaning costs. The end results are streamlined surgical kits, enhanced vendor relationships and cost savings.
Christina Quint With its position in the community, 4, employees, and over 2 million meals prepared per year, Palomar Health has a significant opportunity to make a positive impact on human health and the environment by serving more sustainable, local, and organic produce.
Christina Quint Kaiser Permanente is strongly committed to the health and safety of its patients and staff. The organization honors that dedication by purchasing percent EPEAT laptops, desktops, and monitors, and striving to replicate this for other electronic devices.
Christina Quint Environmental degradation of the St. Croix River prompted community leaders of its border communities to come together to address the issue and resolve to improve river health by improving operations in their respective organizations.
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The case studies in this section provide visibility into how and where sustainability fits within the modern health care organization. They have been developed as a practical resource to help guide the development and implementation of a successful sustainability program, particularly as it relates to the HH Challenge areas.
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