“In theory there is no difference between practice and theory. In practice there is.” Yogi Berra We’ve previously discussed the role of innovation in IT to help drive down costs to the system overall1, and how adhering to the principles of open system architecture (OSA) facilitates adoption by service consumers and lowers IT costs related … Continue reading Open System Architecture – From Principles to Fieldwork
8 billion dollars. That’s the amount invested in Ontario’s EHR between 2002-2015 according to the Ontario auditor general. The good news is that according to Ed Clark, Ontarians have received 5.7 billion dollars in value between 2007-2015, and the benefits received will continue to outpace investments. However, overall costs of care will continue to rise and … Continue reading How Open is Your System Architecture?