Select the best systems and vendors for your organization.
Perhaps your current system is being sunset, needs replaced due to functionality or technology issues, or doesn’t meet HIE and interoperability requirements. Selecting the right system can have significant advantages for an organization, but how do you choose the right one?
Evaluating and selecting new healthcare systems have become more and more difficult. Some systems look good on the surface but may not be the best fit for your organization. Others may not provide flexibility for the future. Still others may not have the level of reliability you need.
Choosing the right system requires an organized approach: collecting data, building the business case, analyzing key requirements, screening vendors, and organizing demonstrations. But who has the experience, time, resources, and tools to do it right?
When you engage our team of experienced consultants, who have superior acumen in healthcare IT strategy and the system selection process, and utilize our thorough evaluation methodology, you can feel confident you’ve made the best strategic decision for your organization.
Make the best strategic decision
Our team is vendor-neutral; most have multiple vendor certifications to assist you with cross-module and system interdependencies.
Selecting a new technology system
Considering a major investment in a new healthcare technology?
Start off right with an experienced partner and proven evaluation process.
Leverage experience and unique insight for your IT investment decisions.
Using a proven evaluation and selection methodology that is vendor neutral ensures you come to an unbiased decision as to which system will best meet your objectives. Our methodology includes:
- Conduct an environmental assessment to determine your unique and specific needs
- Create a detailed RFI for objective rating comparison and evaluation of vendors
- Organize and facilitate onsite demonstrations with finalists
- Organize and facilitate site visits
- Provide a total cost of ownership model for board approval