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It can be difficult to sift through the conflicting messages around upgrades: on the one hand, vendors insist that it’s urgent to upgrade to the next version today, while financial watchdogs in your organization want to make due with current solutions as long as possible.
At S&P, we can objectively help you assess the risks, benefits and costs of upgrades.
Migrating and accommodating disparate solutions (or versions) is another common challenge in today’s environment of mergers, practice acquisitions, and organizational growth. Often, it’s the human aspect of migrations that present more difficulties than the technology itself.
We can help with both, thanks to a team with deep vendor, clinical, and communications skills— honed over the course of many engagements with clients of all descriptions.
Our practical, vendor-neutral perspective gives your organization valuable unbiased insights to make great decisions—backed by the expertise and bench strength (Tech PMs, Systems Engineers, DBAs, CCLs, FSIs, etc.) to execute on those decisions.
Our clients have experienced a reduction in their data conversion projects times of more than 50%—an acceleration that’s matched by a confidence in the quality of the transfers as well.
With S&P on your side, you’re assured to get it Right:
Best-practice methodologies that have been vetted in the real world—proven, effective, and efficient.
Our consultants have hands-on experience with today’s HIT applications (many as former employees of vendors like Cerner)—including specialized expertise for areas such as anesthesia, the emergency department and blood banks.
Not only are we conversant in major vendor solutions, we also have deep experience in middleware technologies (e.g. Oracle, AIX, Linux, etc.) and devices of all kinds.
We never lose sight of the goal—a stable, reliable, trouble-free solution that your organization can maintain and support and that enables every user to perform at their optimal capacity.
A legacy system, or technology that could be a candidate for replacement by a more modern solution, often relies on software patches and custom workarounds to continue running. While the implementation or upgrading of a new solution can feel like a significant investment, it will likely save you money in thelong run by maximizing your efficiencies and growing revenue.
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