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The Value of An Integrative Approach to ERP and EHR Amid Merger & Acquisition Activity

Merger and acquisition transactions for hospitals and health systems have reached a record high over the last several years. Taking an integrative approach to EHR and ERP implementation as part of merger and acquisition strategy can streamline clinical and business processes, reduce costs, and improve cash flow.

Download this whitepaper to learn how bringing together your EHR and ERP technologies and various departments can result in better contracts with managed care organizations, lower operating costs due to consolidation of back-office functions, and enhance information systems to improve population health management.

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A Fresh Perspective on ERP System Selection (PDF)

This presentation walks through some fundamental mindset changes to next generation software selection. Learn the essential activities for selecting the right ERP solution including organizational alignment, RFP creation, vendor analysis, business case development, contract negotiations, and pre-implementation.  View the on-demand session...

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Technology To Improve Standardization

The Value of An Integrative Approach to ERP and EHR Amid Merger & Acquisition Activity Merger and acquisition transactions for hospitals and health systems have reached a record high over the last several years. Taking an integrative approach to EHR...

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The Value of An Integrative Approach to ERP and EHR Amid Merger & Acquisition Activity

Merger and acquisition transactions for hospitals and health systems have reached a record high over the last several years. Taking an integrative approach to EHR and ERP implementation as part of merger and acquisition strategy can streamline clinical and business processes, reduce costs, and improve cash flow.

Download this whitepaper to learn how bringing together your EHR and ERP technologies and various departments can result in better contracts with managed care organizations, lower operating costs due to consolidation of back-office functions, and enhance information systems to improve population health management.