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Technology Optimization

Maximize investments through technology optimization.

Healthcare IT has exploded in complexity over the past several years. Multiple systems creating silos impede care efficiencies. Regulatory and payment mix changes mean healthcare IT systems can fall behind quickly in their ability to help you meet your business objectives, and competition in your market is only growing stronger.

Managing these technology challenges alone is tough. You need sustainability in today’s challenging times, and QHR’s experienced team of healthcare IT consultants can help your organization design and execute an IT strategy that addresses your hospital’s specific needs. Our consultants work to align your IT investments with your business objectives. Through system optimization, your hospital can also improve transitions of care, population health management, and overall quality efforts.

How We Help Our Clients

  • Developing business cases for necessary improvements
  • Determining specific system needs
  • Streamlining processes and workflows
  • Maximizing efficiency
  • Configuring systems to address patient safety and security concerns

Quorum Health Resources’ (QHR) IT consultants help clients maximize the value of their IT investment. QHR’s IT consultants can help develop the business case for needed improvements and help you determine the specific system needs critical to attaining your goals. We can help you streamline processes and workflows to maximize efficiency and configure systems to address patient safety and security concerns. In addition, our IT team can help hospitals with:

Featured Capabilities

  • IT system implementation
  • IT system optimization
  • Project management optimization
  • HIPAA security assessments
  • IT strategic plan
  • IT system vendor selection
  • Disaster & risk management


Case Study

Small Hospital…Large IT Implementation

The 18-bed Critical Access Hospital (CAH) in the Northwest only had months to attest for Meaningful Use. More than a year of contract negotiations had taken them down to the wire to qualify for Medicare and Medicaid incentive payments. The medical staff and hospital administration had the right Electronic Health Record (EHR) system–they just needed the right resources to effectively implement the system. Failed IT implementations are not only expensive, but can reduce both the quality of care delivered and productivity of the nursing and physician staff – as well as satisfaction.


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