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    How Do We Get IT and Business to Work Together Effectively?

    I have encountered many businesses where the relationship between IT and the business are at best cordial, but more often somewhere between cold and hostile. If you talk with both sides you will find good reasons why the other side is wrong. Most of those faults on both sides can quickly be dealt with if […]

    How Not To Set a Go-Live Date!

    One of the most important things you do when you get a project going is designing the project plan. There are many key elements and several different methodologies to laying out your project plan, regardless the methodology, there is always a Go-Live Date. The date when you have to turn on the system, staff the […]

    To Cloud or Not To Cloud

    Is it time to take a look at your infrastructure?

    It’s nothing new that there is a migration to the “Cloud” for IT shops across a broad spectrum of industries. Healthcare is no exception. So should you go ahead and jump in because the CMIO, the CFO and other tech wannabees are pushing for it?


    Thoughts on the Road Last Week….

    These are the 4 things that our team members have learned, thought about or experienced last week!

    1. Make sure to empower the client in engagements by continually asking for their feedback.

    2. Buyer Beware. Make sure your vendor contract has sufficient detail on what will or won’t be included as well as when. […]

    The Ties that Bind – (Code Catalogs and Data Mapping)

    Have you ever tried to map data between two or more systems? It is difficult because the values and descriptions often differ. So what do you do? Many people have found success by using a spreadsheet with the integration/interface points listed from each product that is sharing data. But there are a few things you […]