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After a year of healthcare IT projects being delayed to make way for front-line support, many teams are reassessing projects such as EHR migrations and related implementations or kicking off new...

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    Three Ways Health IT Project Kickoff Meetings Fall Short

    Three Ways Health IT Project Kickoff Meetings Fall Short

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    4 minute read
    By Bob Gronberg
    on Jan 15, 2021

    After a year of healthcare IT projects being delayed to make way for front-line support, many teams are reassessing projects such as EHR migrations and related implementations or kicking off new...

    Provisioning Epic or MEDITECH Ambulatory EHR to Affiliated Clinics

    Provisioning Epic or MEDITECH Ambulatory EHR to Affiliated Clinics

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    3 minute read
    By Bob Gronberg
    on Jul 10, 2020

    There are distinct advantages to adding affiliated or independent clinics to your existing Ambulatory EHR solution. The provider can utilize the full functionality of the Ambulatory EHR system, with...

    MEDITECH Charge Capture: Avoiding Revenue Leaks

    MEDITECH Charge Capture: Avoiding Revenue Leaks

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    2 minute read
    By Bob Gronberg
    on May 29, 2020

    Spring has finally arrived here in New England and one of my “rites of spring” is getting the boat ready for the upcoming season. Within this familiar checklist and cadence, one of the most difficult...

    Five Keys to Planning EHR Go-Live Support for Providers

    Five Keys to Planning EHR Go-Live Support for Providers

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    2 minute read
    By Bob Gronberg
    on Dec 12, 2019

    As the saying goes, you only get one chance to make a first impression. This applies to the go-live of an Electronic Health Record (EHR) system as well. The first two weeks post go-live will set the...

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