What is your objective for installing a new EHR system? A simple question, but one that will guide us to help you select the best system to meet your needs. We have experience and expertise in the selection and implementation of EHR systems, but better yet, we know what questions to ask and how to turn the complexity of this process into new opportunities for your health care organization.
The approach we follow is consistent through all of our EHR system implementations, but we tailor the outcomes to your objectives and incorporate best practices from implementations at similar organizations. Our approach contains the following attributes:
We will facilitate the development of selection criteria that is unique to your organization and create a shortlist of vendors based on your criteria and facilitate scripted demos.
We will develop a project charter, communication plan, resource allocation plan, and define roles and responsibilities so project team members understand the process and their individual role in making it a success.
Once the project commences, we will assume the role of liaison between the vendor and your organization. We will maintain consistent oversight of the project workflow, status, training, and go-live plan. Post launch, we will conduct a review to ensure the project was completed as outlined in the agreement.
Installing a new EHR system will be a huge project and comprised of dozens of mini projects that require personnel and financial resources. We have the experience to help you build a project that is successful and results in meeting your unique objectives. Contact us today to begin a discussion. We will be happy to answer any questions you have.
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Daryl Duenkel, PMP, CPHIMS, FHIMSSDaryl Duenkel provides a variety of management consulting services to health care clients. He assists clients with meeting their business and technology objectives through effective leadership, communication, and presentation skills. He also helps organizations identify and manage initiatives to increase patient safety, improve quality of care, reduce business risk, and add value through more efficient work processes and controls.