Maslow’s Hierarchy Of Healthcare IT Infrastructure
The Maslow Hierarchy of Needs describes a series of universal needs as motivators for human behaviors. From a patient experience perspective that would include things like, easy access to healthcare services, and a focus on staying patient-centered.
However, nowadays healthcare delivery-of-care is hugely dependant on digital systems such as Electronic Medical Records and Picture Archiving Systems. Keeping these life-critical systems running 24/7 is a monumental task for Healthcare IT. Moreover, data security management to Patient Health Information (PHI) is likely the most critical competency that Healthcare IT needs to assimilate nowadays.
From a systems and infrastructure standpoint the Maslow Hierarchy for Healthcare IT equates to the following:
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