These pressures are leading to tremendous challenges for the health system in the US, compounded by continuous restructuring and M&A among hospital systems and medical practices, shortage of well-qualified physician and nursing staff in many under-served areas of the country, are all adding to the issues these systems need to address effectively.
IT systems are becoming a core strategic investment for health systems, with several large provider networks investing billions of dollars recently to develop their EMR systems. Management of strategic IT portfolio is an absolute necessity for hospital and health systems. Similarly, being able to operate efficiently and effectively and execute on strategic projects, managing resource bottlenecks, improving integration with medical practices and other systems as a result of M&A, are all priorities for hospital executives today.
With a focus on lowering costs while maintaining quality of care, healthcare leader, Florida Hospital, looks to its project management office (PMO) to play a key role in advancing its mission.Read more
The CIO of The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) wanted to help make a difference in the lives of children by more effectively managing the hospital’s substantial investments in information technology and services.Read more
With budget and staff resources at a premium, Legacy Health's IS project management office (PMO) needed advanced capabilities and a standardized, disciplined approach to increase visibility and improve results.Read more