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Go-Live Support: Procedures & Reporting

Posted by The HCI Group on July 1, 2016 at 4:11 PM

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Go-Live Support: Procedures & Reporting

After a two-week break, we’re back with the fourth chapter of our “Go-Live Support” Blog series.  This week, we’ll be covering Procedures & Reporting.  If this is your first time reading the blog series and you want to catch up on the first few posts, you can find the introductory post here.  In the introductory post, you’ll find links to the subsequent chapters that have been published up to this point. 

To make sure that your Go-Live runs as smoothly as possible, you’re going to need to lay a procedural framework and have reporting processes in place to track your progress and address any issues that may arise.  Data reports will be especially helpful for making sure that you’re reaching project goals and setting yourself up for success post Go-Live.  With the help of David Chou (VP/CIO, Children’s Mercy Hospital), Bob Steele (HCI Executive VP, Clinical Services), and Stephen Tokarz (HCI Senior VP, Training & Activation), we’ve compiled a list to help you get started.

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Topics: Go-Live Support, Reporting, Procedures

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