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EMR Go-Live: 5 Tips for Building a Useful RFP

Posted by The HCI Group on March 30, 2017 at 10:21 AM

EMR Go-Live: 5 Tips for Building a Useful RFP

An EMR Go-Live is one of the biggest logistical challenges in healthcare today. The grand nature of this undertaking calls for a process which simplifies the decision variables, and allows your organization to make an informed choice based on only relevant information. The RFP is the tool by which an organization gathers information and is a benchmark with which to compare multiple firms.

HCI has responded to numerous RFP’s over the years, and there are five key lessons learned that can greatly improve the process and help your organization make the best choice.

Download our white paper for a deeper look at the below topics, including:

1)  Provide a Template for Key Information

2)  Ask Quantitative Questions

3)  Create a Timeline That Allows for a Complete Answer

4)    Utilize EMR Go-Live Expert Advice

5)    Define Key Terms

Adherence to these 5 points will help to minimize vendor questions and allow them to focus entirely on content, rather than worrying about structure, short deadlines or confusing terminology. These simple adjustments will have a measurable impact on your overall RFP process and provide you with all the information needed to make an informed vendor selection.

If you are looking for further advice on the process, or assistance in the creation of your RFP, connect with us by clicking below.

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Topics: EHR Go-Live

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