Episode from the podcastHIT Breakdown

HIT Breakdown 39 - How to drive efficiencies between your ERP and EHR in OR and beyond

Released Wednesday, 14th August 2019
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Odds are, while you spent the past decade focused on enhancing the critical functions of your EHR, you may have had little time (or money) to spend on your organization’s other important “E” system.

Your ERP.

Now you’re left trying to reconcile your state-of-the-art EHR with a lack-luster, legacy ERP. Which, in many ways, can be like trying to connect your iPhone with a walkie-talkie.

If you want these systems to operate cohesively, it’s time to turn your attention toward updating, upgrading, or replacing your legacy ERP system. And while you may be in the initial phases of planning your ERP update and integration with your EHR, we’re here to tell you it’s worth it.

We recently sat down with a few of our performance improvement experts who’ve witnessed these benefits first hand. They just completed a project where they helped an organization enhance its EHR and ERP integration in the perioperative areas. By pinpointing and resolving the EHR/ERP integration issues surrounding the organization’s OR supply chain, the team helped the organization increase time savings and cost reduction – enhancements that have already added millions of dollars to its bottom line.

Listen in as our experts make a compelling case for driving functionality between your systems to realize these improvements in the OR and beyond. Also, if your organization is looking to upgrade your ERP system in the future, they outline a few steps you can take right now to make the transition easier in the long-run.

If you’d like to discuss this topic further, or if you’re looking for additional advice on your ERP migration strategy, please schedule a give us a call.

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