This paper we discuss the relationship between information technology, information systems and business management. Healthcare sector indicates human-based and knowledge-intensive property. Massive IT investments are necessary to maintain competitiveness in this sector. We argue that important issues can be learned about business management as we study its relations to information technology strategy. Such relations are many times not only complex but also problematic. The research needed to develop insights into this relationship is significant because it concerns the principles about how organizations choose to coordinate their increasingly complex activities.