After years of neglect, ERP systems are coming to the forefront of healthcare organization’s strategic plans and with that, the realization that their current system is antiquated and costing more money than saving. Do you upgrade the current system or replace it all together?
Healthcare executives are realizing that their ERPs are out of date and cost more to maintain than it is saving them. This leads to the decision that a new system is needed and then a whole new list of challenges arises. Specifically, implementation and adoption.
As healthcare organizations continue to explore new ways to lower their costs, one of the latest technologies being considered is cloud-based ERP systems. The question is: Is your organization ready to utilize an ERP in the cloud?
New software implementations require a change that affects people and processes. The implementation of an organization-wide EHR or ERP software system involves significant change throughout the organization that impacts most, if not all, employees and patients.
ERP systems are relied upon to run business operations such as finance, human resources, and supply chain – many are out of date, limiting the availability of information to understand & react to the changing aspects of the business in real-time.