Slowly but surely the pieces to the healthcare/technology puzzle are falling into place. Amar Gupta's detailed article in today's WSJ speaks to the integration of information technology into healthcare. This article provides a clear analysis of how you can't change just one thing in organizations. (Nor can you change everything all at once. Some people argue that FoxMeyer's demise was a case of doing too much at once, with too little resources.) Gupta highlights how credentialing, billing, IT security, market forces, and research on work and sleep are finally at a intersection that supports significant innovation in IT and healthcare. I've made the "just one thing" point in multiple posts, and I make this critical point as part of the first class session in every course and exec presentation I make. I'll continue to highlight examples of excellent analysis or implementation as I find them. Some prior discussions: