Intermountain CIO warns of morale problems in health IT

The leadership turnover at the Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) for Health IT may be hurting morale within the healthcare industry, according to Intermountain Healthcare CIO Marc Probst. "Attestation is hard and we're not doing anything to make it better. It's not like we shouldn't be raising the bar all the time, but when it's impossible, you kind of just go 'eh, I've got a gazillion problems, this one isn't necessarily going to make it to the top of my list,' Probst told FierceHealthIT in an exclusive interview. "I'd be demoralized if I were there." Read the full article at FierceHealthIT

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