Migrating, implementing or fine-tuning your Cerner Millennium solution can be a daunting proposition for even the most seasoned organizations. Coordinating efforts among your team and Cerner’s, aligning objectives, vetting solutions, wisely allocating resources and preparing your organization for success are just a few of the many potential points of peril.
The S&P team has stepped in to “rescue” many projects due to situations such as:
Fortunately, our experience can help you avoid these pitfalls and our InTegrity™ implementation approach is designed to provide comprehensive safeguards during every phase of a project to ensure a successful outcome.
We provide project leadership along with the day-to-day design and build support required to support every type of Cerner Millennium undertaking:
Our clients often have millions of dollars at stake in their HIT implementations. We are painstaking in our comprehensive assessment of what it takes to successfully complete a project and we strive to provide honest and candid guidance from the outset. Our longstanding experience allows us to accurately gauge a project’s trajectory and our deep in-house clinical expertise helps us engage clinicians to ensure cooperation and adoption. Our team’s knowledge of Cerner solutions is unrivaled, and, as a result we routinely accomplish results that even vendors deem “impossible.”
We can point to a long and varied list of successful projects across the country.
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“Had a great experience with my S&P team. Looking forward to working on another project with them! Would definitely recommend S&P to colleagues for further projects. ”