Healthcare is a multi-billion dollar industry that consists of billions of financial and informational transactions each year. It is a must that timely, accurate and reliable clinical and administrative information be delivered. This is essential for successful, high-quality and cost-effective delivery of services and organizational management. Consequently, reliable information systems are important for managing relevant health data, and information systems are also integral to how various aspects of a healthcare organization function. For example, a nurse administering medications, a doctor explaining research findings to a patient, a billing clerk filing claims or a CEO needing justification to upgrade a hospital department all need access to accurate and timely data (Wager, Lee, & Glaser, 2009). With this being the case, the importance of the study of information systems in modern healthcare is evident.