DRIVE CLINICAL AND OPERATIONAL
The days of IT for IT’s sake are gone. Today, healthcare organizations need to show that IT will improve operational effectiveness, enhance consumer relationships, improve quality and outcomes and achieve a quantifiable return on investment for every dollar spent across the organization. It is important to remember that often automation to reduce operational expense (non-IT) may increase the IT spend. The department(s) receiving the benefits from the investment in automation should have an off-setting increase in effectiveness; the bottom line should show an overall decrease in the total cost of care. From our perspective, clinical and operational performance improvements enabled by IT is the bigger opportunity for our clients.
Informatics and Technology helps clients address: