IntroductionTechnology is the age, say most revolutionists. Thus, to go with the wave, it is essential for organizations to adapt to technology and make the most of it. This practice, or rather law, is not limited to only multinationals, banks or big companies. Since technology can benefit all walks of lives means that it can be implemented in almost any industry.
Essentially speaking, the use of technology to a health care service organization is also very helpful. The use of technology in a health care services organization needs planning, careful foreseeing and maintenance, just like it would be required in any other organization. This paper will examine a technology plan for a health care services organization.
My Technology PlanA health care services organization (HCSO) can function a lot better if it has the right kind of information at its disposal without any wastage of time. Efficiency and effectiveness are two important necessities for the smooth functioning of such an organization.
Thus, it would be necessary for a HCSO to have a computer network covering all the terminals inside the building linking their records and data together. A centralized server with direct wireless connectivity with all the nodes would be an idealistic way to provide real-time data from one PC to another without the hassle of paper or wastage of time and human resource.
Careful planning can even see a paperless management system being implemented at the Indus Hospital, Pakistan which made the greatest technological advancement in terms of a hospital by adopting to a purely paperless system (Garib, 2008). Truly speaking, such a feat would give an HCSO a competitive advantage in terms of productivity and efficacy. With wireless connectivity instead of wired terminals, the HCSO can also have distributed printers within the organization so as to facilitate the printing...