In my last post, I wrote about the SaaS application delivery model and encouraged organizations to take a serious look at it as a new year’s resolution. I presented some descriptions of what many organizations would recognize as their current state of application systems and gave [...]
Reform-driven “disruptions” or changes continue to impact healthcare’s transparency and cost-control efforts. Both transparency and cost-control efforts support IT spending, smarter analytics, and expansion of products and service lines beyond traditional partnership models. Both are also a catalyst for the consolidation of operations and initiatives to transform hospitals into new [...]
The first step is to create a plan – and because open enrollment period gives you the biggest payback and is the easiest event to configure, that is the perfect place to start.
The underlying assumption in the last blog was that there are definite benefits to upgrading your PeopleSoft system. I provided a URL so you could spend time reviewing the long list of new features and functions in order to identify the potential big benefits to your [...]
Over the next few weeks, I’ll use this space to evaluate PeopleSoft release 9.2 by sharing my observations and experience evaluating an upgrade to PS 9.2 for CedarCrestone.
This blog post offers a working change management approach for healthcare projects.
A guide and an overview of a working ERP and/or Business Intelligence implementation risk mitigation approach for the general Healthcare community
We want you to provide a concise document, that tells us what the healthcare Best Practices are relative to invoice matching, we are not taking about software function, but rather Best Practices for business processes, regardless of whether the software supports them or not. (Hospital [...]