Chief Information Officer (CIO) is a term used in IT for an official who oversees the functions of collecting, processing, and presenting information of the organization to top management for making informed business decisions. The same concept is used in healthcare. However, the information collected and used in healthcare organizations differs the normal business information.

In a tabulated two-column format compare functions/responsibilities of CIOs for the routine business organizations and healthcare organizations. Determine which responsibilities of the CIO are different in healthcare and business organizations? Assess if they are more critical in healthcare than the business organizations and why.  Support your viewpoints with arguments and/or real-life examples

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