Business consulting is the practice of helping the organizations to improve their performance, primarily through the analysis of existing organizational problems and development of plans for improvement.
We bring external and objective advice with our specialized expertise, methodologies or frameworks to guide the identification of problems
We provide recommendations for more effective or efficient ways of performing work tasks.
As a result of our exposure with numerous organizations, we are aware of industry best practices although the transferability of such practices from one organization to another may be limited by the specific nature of situation under consideration.
We also provide organizational change management, development of coaching skills, technology implementation, strategy development and operational improvement services.
In engineering, system integration is defined as the process of bringing together the component subsystems into one system and ensuring that the subsystems function together as a system. In information technology, systems integration is the process of linking together different computing systems and software applications physically or functionally to act as a coordinated whole
We as system integrator bring together discrete systems utilizing a variety of techniques such as enterprise application integration, business process management and manual programming.
Clinical Transformation involves assessing and continually improving the way patient care is delivered by using technology at all levels in a healthcare organization. It occurs when an organization rejects existing practice patterns that deliver inefficient or less effective results and embraces a common goal of patient safety, clinical outcomes quality care through process redesign and IT implementation. An effective blending of people, processes and technologies, clinical transformation can be achieved across facilities, departments and specialties.
People – The Human side of EMR implementations is achieved by engaging and preparing people to succeed in the new world of EMR. The people aspect of Clinical Transformation is vital because when technology projects fail, it is primarily due to a lack of use and not a failure of the software.
Process – The entire gamut of process study is frequently the most ignored element of a healthcare IT implementation strategy. When there is lack of focus on completely understanding the current state workflow, a clear vision of the future state workflow and mapping the future state workflow with the capabilities of the product to be deployed the transformation effort goes in vein. It culminates with the workflow confusion and process gaps in every stakeholders mind which reflects poorly in training sessions.
Technology – As a major investment for the health care organization, the decisions surrounding the approach to technical deployment are a critical foundation for success. However, too often the approach used in deployment initiatives is haphazard; it does not use a methodology, framework or apply evidence-based standards. Discussions related to the technology are “deferred” or “delegated” to the technology departments. Yet, the decisions related to the approach for deployment can have lasting and far-reaching implications across the organization.
The success of any clinical transformation initiative is dependent on how value is driven through the organization with the appropriate involvement and integration of people, process and technology. That value is created through the effective integration of the three management areas of focus:
Change – dealing with organizational issues derived from the interaction of people with the way they do their work.
Implementation – resulting from the intersection of process with the technology (e.g. clinical information systems) used to support work processes.
Enablement – assuring the proper use of technologies by focusing on how people use them effectively.
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System implementation generally benefits from high levels of user involvement and management support. User participation in the design and operation of information systems has several positive results. Firstly, if users are heavily involved in systems design they move opportunities to mould the system according to their priorities and business requirements which will relate to more opportunities to control the outcome. Secondly, they are more likely to react in a positive manner to the change process. Incorporating user knowledge and expertise leads to better solutions.
HIS/EMR Implementation Audit Services.
Range of services in every phase of a healthcare IT implementation project: Bring T3 implementation methodology slide.
RUBIK Infosystems is an emerging enabler of healthcare IT solutions for hospitals, laboratories, Doctor clinics and schools in Malaysia.
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