Intuitively, we know that ROI differs based on the severity of the problem being addressed. For example, when a manufacturer has quality issues, investments that fix them deliver a much higher ROI. Meaningful solutions to healthcare's IoT asset management and cybersecurity problems have not occurred. They are long standing and continue to be exacerbated. Spending on new assets is compounding the problem. Not surprisingly, reimbursement economics are driving the spend. Put simply, the elimination of outdated manual routines and data-driven enhancements to already converging HIT and HTM workflows deliver far greater ROI than is understood because the ROI mission of staff associated with these processes is not generally considered. This talk will shine a light on a hugely underrated corporate investment opportunity.