Avoiding The ERP Hangover

It’s not anyone’s favorite project, but implementing ERP systems doesn’t have to be the behemoth it has been in the past, says Joanna Young, who offers CIOs advice on how to avoid the common pitfalls.

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HIMSS Analytics: Efficiency Is Top Operational Priority for Hospitals

When it comes to hospital operations, efficiency has become a top priority. In a report evaluating the use of health IT applications in US hospitals, HIMSS Analytics identified bed management, enterprise resource planning (ERP) and financial modeling applications as the areas positioned for the most growth among hospitals. Using data from the HIMSS Analytics Database, […]

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Bobbie Byrne, MD, CIO, Edward Hospital & Health Services, Chapter 2

“I have to prove my worth at every interaction”
Replacing every department system in the next year
Not letting projects sit on the back burner
Data warehousing strategy — “build, deploy; build, deploy”
Waiting to attest until they’re live on Epic — “It’s the right thing to do for the organization”
Seeing MU as a bonus, not a driving factor

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Taking The Great Expectations Out Of ERP Planning

The following headline caught my eye as I was reading through my RSS feed: How to deploy ERP in 120 days As soon as I read this headline, I knew I was going to unleash a rant. Caron Carlson wrote this piece, and it is a good story about Johnson & Johnson’s acquisition of a […]

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