Healthcare executives are realizing that their ERPs are out of date and cost more to maintain than it is saving them.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.
After everything you’ve gone through, an upgrade can’t be that bad, can it? It’s just an upgrade, right? It’s not like you must undergo an entirely new implementation, right? This paper covers key factors of success and potential risks.
Each year, billions of dollars are invested industry-wide on IT Disaster Recovery (DR) as part of Business Continuity (BC) planning. Even with large monetary and time investments, well-created and tested DR plans remain one of the primary challenges facing businesses.
The first common mistake healthcare organizations make during an Electronic Health Record (EHR) implementation is a half-hearted effort buying into principles. Learn what to avoid when implementing an EHR and how to avoid common implementation mistakes.
Your EHR Implementation is complete. The system is running, and now it’s time to move on to Optimization. Not only do you have a live system to support and maintain, but you have the task to make it even better.