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Another important group, though, sometimes gets lost in the shuffle. The information technology needs of nurses often take a backseat to the needs of physicians during I.T. planning and implementations. As a result, nurse resistance to I.T. can be as strong, if not stronger, than physicians, some CIOs and nurses say. And losing support from nurses has proven the death knell for many I.T. initiatives.

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