The data that is contained in the paper was collected from the consultative meetings held by staffs of the health care centers in different regions, for instance in Nandi and Fiji among other. The discussions were framed by a qualitative group methodology containing key questions from the health metrics network frameworks and standards for country health information system. A comprehensive literature review was also held hence the paper was credible (Lewis et al. , 2011). The paper was published in an effort to provide information to the public and the healthcare or medical community.
In respect of Borycki (2008) arguments, the topic is relevant to the audience that is addressed to since it fits the current society which is technology oriented. The paper was published in 2011 and updated in 2012 based on recent references dated from 2009 to 2011, hence making it very current. The analysis of the benefits that emerge as a result of the integration of ICT in the developing countries has not been established in the report. The few mentioned benefits in the developed counties are not extensive and this raises questions whether ICT makes any notable changes in the delivery of services.
The paper has also relied on information from the Pacific island countries. Limiting the research to only these areas limits the diversity and integration of ICT in countries that face different challenges. The article has also overlooked the criteria that the management use to identify whether the investment in ICT is reasonable and if yes, the modes and bases for making the investments (Lewis et al. , 2011). I would recommend that a further research is done.
This research should revolve around the areas or issues not articulated in this article. In order for this article to be extensive, a further extensive research should also include a research done in the countries that have not yet developed.
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