Will you be ready for 2021? The number of approved FDA medications is in decline while questions about future regulatory issues, care models, and cost continue to be raised.
US healthcare, for many years, has been a highly complex enterprise with a “cottage-industry” structure consisting of many small-scale, interdependent service providers. We’re seeing the dichotomy of large payment practices clashing with a personal treatment structure, creating silos of function and enterprise.
New Research Finds Hospital IT Departments Frustrated with Outsourcing Options: Shift to As-a-Service Solutions
Healthcare market research agency Black Book surveyed 1,587 hospital IT professionals to determine their confidence in partnering with outside contractors. They are not happy.
There has been a climate change in IT. No surprise there. Technology, by nature, evolves. It adapts to the needs of consumers. It happens fast. It’s constant. We know what's coming, and we know that change is inevitable, yet healthcare IT departments still can't keep up.
It’s a classic dichotomy: innovate, or stay the course. IT departments see it as a conflict of resources. Either we place IT staff on innovation projects, leaving system operations without a maintenance crew - or - we service IT systems and delay innovation.
Why did you decide to go with ServiceNow in the first place? How are you quantifying your instance and ROI? The two often go hand-in-hand, and today we'll discuss how you can make sure your investment has been worth while.
Implementing ServiceNow is as simple as setting up and pushing "go." Except it's not. Cultural adoption, training, and workshops are necessary, and you shouldn't have to go about it alone. Rely on your implementation partner to provide them.
You have an instance defined and are building it, but now you need to sell it. Lean on these key people to move your ServiceNow agenda forward, faster.
Ah, home-grown legacy applications; the slow, often buggy, annoyance that no one wants to deal with, and yet everyone does.
When you think of corporate wellness, do you envision a happier tribe - tough-mudding, ballroom dancing, and crane-kicking their way to Karate championships? Your team might not feel the same way.