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This Article Makes A Really Interesting Point And I Wonder What The Impact Will Be? Messy I Suspect.

June 10th, 2012 by davidmore
Every now and again I see an article that provides real food for thought. The following is definitely one of those. For Healthcare, Windows Picks a Bad Time for a Facelift Scott Mace, for HealthLeaders Media , June 5, 2012 By my calculations, 2013 will be one of the trickiest years in tech since Y2K. Why? Not because of EHRs, HIEs, or the other technology acronyms so familiar to healthcare executives. The biggest reason is the release of Windows 8, Microsoft's most radical rethink of Windows since Windows 95. Windows remains the dominant OS in healthcare institutions, as at most organizations. The new interface-lift is expected as early as fall 2012, to be followed by a long period of upgrades and retraining. Gone will be the familiar overlapping windows and pull-down menus so familiar to Windows users since way, way back. (I used Windows 3.0 back in 1990, so I'm a longtime menu puller-downer.) Replacing this will be the radically new Metro user interface, where applications...

This is the initial part of the post - read more by clicking on the title of the article. David.
 
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