About ROI's Insights Blog

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.

The authors of this content include ROI’s experienced Workstream Leaders & Consultants who possess 10+ years of functional and technical expertise. Each post contains a brief profile summary of the writer for future reference. Thank you for your interest in this blog! https://roihs.com



Recent Articles

CIO Interview: The Real Scoop on MEDITECH Expanse

Feb 24, 2021 3:14:41 PM / by Danielle Watson, VP of Marketing posted in EHR, Legacy Support, MEDITECH

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Guiding Principles for a Successful Implementation

 

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Top Nine Reasons to Optimize Your EHR Now

May 28, 2019 3:09:14 PM / by Shelli-Ann Jackson, MS,RN,PMP & Rebecca Filo posted in EHR, Revenue Cycle

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How To Avoid Common Project Failures and Join Those Who Get It Right: Part 1

Apr 11, 2019 6:57:31 PM / by ROI Healthcare Solutions posted in EHR, Internet of Things, Project Management, ERP

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When I initially considered writing a blog about creating project success and avoiding common pitfalls, I recalled a Becker’s report, as well as many others, confirming that 70% of hospital strategic initiatives fail. I wondered how so many projects failed to meet defined goals and expectations. Who was steering or not steering the ship? For five straight years, the statistic remained the same... until the Project Management Institute (PMI), Pulse of the Profession 2017 survey, reported that organizations implementing strategic initiatives are experiencing a higher success rate. This is good news, but there is still significant room for improvement.

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An Interview with Dana Spencer

Apr 4, 2019 11:00:00 AM / by Shelli-Ann Jackson, MS, RN, PMP posted in EHR, Project Management

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Dana Spencer

Client Services Executive

Dana is a seasoned Healthcare IT Program Manager. She is an expert in software solutions delivery and services that improve patient care, clinical outcomes, and maximize organizational performance. Dana's experience in strategic and tactical planning, process redesign, change management, and executive relationship management has yielded years of repeated success in the deployment of solutions in multi-size enterprise environments.

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Spotlight - Tim Barca, PMP

Mar 20, 2019 4:00:00 PM / by Shelli-Ann Jackson, MS, RN, PMP posted in EHR, Project Management

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PM Spotlight - Tim Barca, PMP

Tim has over 20 years of healthcare information technology experience, including key roles at hospitals and software vendors.  This experience has spanned the implementation and maintenance of Revenue Cycle, Clinical, Pharmacy Automation, and Ambulatory applications in multi-facility healthcare organizations.  

As a Client Services Executive at ROI, Tim has demonstrated a high level of integrity, relationship development skills, and team collaboration across our client engagements. He holds an MBA degree in Technology Management from the University of Phoenix, Pittsburgh, PA and received his Bachelor's of Science degree in Computer Based Systems Management, Eberly School of Technology, California University of PA, California. 

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How to Survive A Practice Management System Transition

Dec 3, 2018 4:16:46 PM / by Shelli-Ann Jackson, MS,RN,PMP & Lore Mandozzi, MT(ASCP) posted in EHR

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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?    

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3 Simple Steps to Facilitate IoT Adoption in Healthcare

Oct 24, 2018 8:10:22 AM / by Shelli-Ann Jackson, MS, RN, PMP posted in EHR, Internet of Things

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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?

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