IT Benchmarking | Overview IT Organization Chart Library Overview

IT Organization Chart Library Overview

IT Organization Chart Library Overview

Because of pressures on IT cost, many organizations are evaluating the IT structure. At the request of members, SI created this collaborative opportunity. While no single organization’s structure is right for everyone, the library may provide useful ideas.

  • All charts in the library are identified by organization
  • Access to the library is restricted to the provider organizations who contribute to it
  • The intent of the library isn’t to say any particular organization structure is best; it’s intended to be more of an “idea repository” for those contemplating IT structural changes
  • Although a few organizations have included individual’s names, our preference is just to include the positions
  • Please include a contact name and email address with the chart in the event any other participant has a question. No other contact information will be released.
  • We’ll accept any format, but a pdf file is preferred
  • Contributors will receive a private link to the library when their organization’s chart is posted

The IT Organization Charts Library is open to SI members and IT Benchmarking participants. There is no charge to participate in this program.  Contact us for more information using the contact form, below.

Contact us for access to the IT Org Chart Library

Tim Thompson
Sr. VP & CIO, BayCare Health System
“It has been difficult for us to find good benchmarking data with significant relevance. Scottsdale Institute is the first source we have found that brings in a significant number of similar sized organizations and the flexibility to manage your comparative group. The normalization tools they have employed in the tool are very helpful. We have used this in helping the Executive team understand how we align with our peers. Thank you for providing this.”

Brent Snyder
CIO, Adventist Health System
“In comparing costs with other entities, most other databases don’t identify what’s being supported in the IT budget. SI’s design seems to provide a nice middle ground. It segments the organizations into relevant groups so you can see which organizations are at about the same level of clinical IT development as yours, or who are using the same vendors.”