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Can Your Healthcare Information Technology (HIT) Infrastructure Handle Case Management Methodology Changes?

Originally published May 5, 2010

Join me for a web seminar where we will review findings from a March 2010 survey of healthcare providers conducted by the BeyeNETWORK to gauge the potential for hospitals and other healthcare organizations to benefit from developing a case management methodology.

A hospital’s or healthcare delivery organization’s case management methodology needs to be repeatable, scalable and adjustable to changing environments. It needs to be managed and reviewed and integrated with current healthcare information technology systems. To that effect, there are seven key components to design and implement a sophisticated and very successful case management methodology. These 7 key components will be explained during the web seminar:

  • Capability Strategy
  • Repeatable Design 
  • Standardized Setup 
  • Internally Integrated Workflow and Toolset 
  • Externally Integrated with Operational Systems 
  • Managed Evolution 
  • Externally Integrated with Analytical Applications
Having a well-architected case management methodology generates benefits for patients, purchasers and the hospital itself – and is a must to positively impact clinical and financial outcomes.

Join me for this web seminar where we will discuss the results and lay the ground work to help you develop a case management methodology that designs in quality.  We will also discuss technologies that can accommodate your evolving case management needs.

Click here to listen to the web seminar.

  • Scott WanlessScott Wanless

    Scott is the Healthcare Analytics Director for Cipe Consulting Group. He has more than 30 years of experience in business intelligence strategic planning, analytics application development and business analysis across numerous industries including hospitals, physician groups, healthcare payers, laboratory research, insurance, lending, manufacturing, retail and state government. Scott can be reached at scott.wanless@cipeconsulting.com.

    Editor's note: More healthcare articles, resources, news and events are available in the BeyeNETWORK's Healthcare Channel featuring Scott Wanless and Laura Madsen.

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