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Does the Best Information Worker Arrive by Nature or Nurture?

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I’ve been following an interesting dialog over at our sister publication Health Data Management, an editorial that said the best choices for careers in health care IT systems are those without health care certification or even pure IT backgrounds.

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Comments (4)
Well said.
Posted by Gary B | Wednesday, December 14 2011 at 12:04PM ET
My two cents: while everybody is looking for that wonderkid who knows it all and can do it all, nobody is considering that we could be creating teams of people with different skills, mixing them together and getting the work done - perhaps even more creatively.

I believe that's a much more viable option than trying to lure those few people who can really be good at several things at the same time.

Posted by Roberto M | Wednesday, December 14 2011 at 10:05PM ET
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