Just beginning the search for an Electronic Health Record system? We can help you understand your needs, evaluate vendors, and prepare for the implementation process.
With our unique approach to workflow analysis and integration, we can help you move from inquiry to implementation without dropping a beat in your normal operations.
EHRs have the ability to improve staff workflow, reduce errors and omissions, streamline revenue cycle management, and free your staff to spend more time with the residents you serve. Unfortunately, many vendors will push cookie-cutter trainings, ill-fitting project plans, and difficult setups onto organizations in their quest to make the next sale.
We offer a range of solutions to meet your needs, from project management and training design, to training delivery and custom builds (with select EHR vendors), to go-live support and troubleshooting assistance. By managing project deadlines and deliverables, we free your staff to stay focused on their crucial work.
Once you have a system in place, are you measuring adoption? Is your system improving workflows or are your staff developing workarounds to manage their hectic duties? You’ve spent tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars investing in your EHR– don’t use it for anything less than its full potential.
The ultimate value of an EHR is being able to capture resident data and turn it into actionable strategy to serve all your stakeholders better. From improving reimbursement to maximizing the predictive value of care planning to forecasting future staffing, capital and resident needs, unlocking analytics is the key to your success in this rapidly changing marketplace.
We can assist in evaluating the penetration of your EHR, assessing staff use, and developing strategies to improve workflow, reduce frustration and capture the efficiencies you hoped for in the beginning.
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