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    the risks of integrating the IM/IT systems of the main facility with three outlying branch facilities

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    Assess the risks of integrating the IM/IT systems of the main facility with three outlying branch facilities.

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    Being able to integrate the Information Management and Information Technology (IM/IT) systems usually lies with the inherent risk of failing to have a shared strategic plan. For the most part, it can be found that the two functions operate as separate and completely unique identities. This fails to see that the integration of the two may well be seen as the roadmap that can usually be utilized to guide the facilities' investments as well as unifying all the branches' efforts. Once such integration is achieved, the identities that both functions serve as are lost within the unification (MHS IM/IT Strategic Plan, n.d.).

    When a main facility has three outlying branch facilities whose IM/IT ...

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    In this solution, the risks of integrating the information management and information technology (IM and IT) systems of the main facility with three outlying branch facilities are briefly examined; references are provided to validate the points made.

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