THE ART OF INTEGRATION: EHR and ERP

Over the last decade, healthcare CIOs focused largely on EHR implementation. Now, according to KLAS research, attention has shifted to the ERP with 69% of hospitals considering ERP or moving to the cloud. This session looks at the top two technologies for improving productivity, efficiency, and facilitating compliance and how to leverage an integrated solution for true transformation. Attendees will leave with an understanding of the state of the industry, key trends, and market-leading solutions; the possibilities with an integrative approach to implementation, and the role of the new HIMSS Analytics supply chain model in creating a strategic pathway to track processes and products used in care. The session will conclude with leading practices for driving innovation and meaningful change.

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Over the last decade, healthcare CIOs focused largely on EHR implementation. Now, according to KLAS research, attention has shifted to the ERP with 69% of hospitals considering ERP or moving to the cloud. This session looks at the top two technologies for improving productivity, efficiency, and facilitating compliance and how to leverage an integrated solution for true transformation. Attendees will leave with an understanding of the state of the industry, key trends, and market-leading solutions; the possibilities with an integrative approach to implementation, and the role of the new HIMSS Analytics supply chain model in creating a strategic pathway to track processes and products used in care. The session will conclude with leading practices for driving innovation and meaningful change.