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ROI’s Insights Blog is intended for IT and Operational Leaders within our client organizations across the country. Each article is written with this audience in mind, to shed light on process and technology topics related to ERP (Finance, Supply Management, HCM, and IT) and HIS Clinical & Revenue Cycle areas. Each entry will be categorized by function and technical area, to aid in search and navigation.
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Acknowledging your strengths, your source of energy, and your contributions in large conference settings is an important first step to making the most of your investment. If you are planning to travel all the way to a conference or other networking event, you might as well have a plan that leaves you feeling energized and inspired to make positive changes in your organization.
Is your practice application approaching sunset? Are you looking to purchase a new system? Have you recently merged with another group and now have disparate systems that need to be consolidated?
Are you ready for year-end? What have you been doing all year long to prepare for year-end?
The future is unknown. Based on current trends, healthcare IT (HIT) experts can only speculate, at best. The need to continuously change is evident. Last Tuesday, I had the pleasure of attending the 2018 GA HIMSS Annual Conference, in Atlanta, Georgia. It was interesting to hear the various perspectives on how HIT leaders manage day to day issues; how CIO’s build their enterprise by incorporating advances in artificial intelligence (AI) and Big Data; and how collaborative vendor and interpersonal relationships with employees influence the process. So, where are we today?
Perhaps no other aspect of project management during the course of software implementation is more important than communication. Project managers spend between 70% - 90% of their time on communications. In this blog entry, I’ll describe the different types of project communication. In a follow-on blog entry, I’ll offer my thoughts on the elements of effective communication and some tips to improve your project communications.