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Healthcare Disruptors works with you to assess, align your organization to achieve your short- and long-term business goals with the following approach.
Current State Assessment – Evaluation of clinical, business and IT operations to ensure a comprehensive alignment of strategy, services, infrastructure, and applications.
Gap Analysis – Comparison of current state to best practices, industry standards and benchmarks to identify areas of improvement. A forward plan is developed for bridging gaps and developing a sound strategy.
Recommendations – Recommendations are compiled to bring business and IT strategy alignment to market opportunities.
Implementation – Budget for prioritization, partners, team, and estimated costs.
Health organizations are implementing innovative digital health strategies. Whether the focus is cloud, EHRs, machine learning, AI, cybersecurity or other technologies, leading organizations can fundamentally change the way healthcare is delivered and the health consumer experience.
Operations transformation (OT) can prepare your business or organization to deal with expanding markets, increasing global competition, rising customer expectations, advanced technologies, increasing digitization—every change in the market affects how a company operates and performs, often dramatically. And these days, it is difficult to respond to one disruption before being thrown off course by the next one. Operations transformation will ensure you’re ready to deal with any potential or unforeseen obstacles.
Data is at the heart of healthcare—sensitive personal, medical, research and financial data. Protecting it is critical to humanizing healthcare. That’s why we work with payers, providers, pharma companies and public health entities to increase their resilience to cyber threats by embedding security into the technology ecosystem and across ways of working.
We combine an understanding of the healthcare industry—ecosystems, workflows, regulations, and stakeholders—with proactive and focused threat intelligence so healthcare players can improve cyber resilience to stay ahead of threats. And make healthcare more secure for all.
Our Data Driven Consulting (DDC) approach uses data and analytics to generate richer insights and discover new intelligence to power your transformation journey. We leverage multiple data sources, advanced techniques, visualization approaches and technology tools
The payer landscape is facing unprecedented change. Mega mergers, digital disruption, segment growth in government – all require capital to effectively react. However, returns from traditional business levers are plateauing.
Intelligent Payer strategic journey
- Unlock capacity: Automate core functions across the system to realize early cost savings and redeploy efforts to high-value areas.
- Reimagine healthcare: Implement clinical innovation to elevate quality of care, deliver superior outcomes and spur new discoveries.
- Enable the future: Commercialize advanced digital solutions and launch new innovations.
Most healthcare organizations have already begun moving their workloads to cloud, evolving toward a truly hybrid environment. But this is not a one-and-done undertaking. It is critical to continually curate the vision, refresh the value case and adjust the plan based on changing needs.
- Develop the vision and strategy. Bring business and technology leaders together to align around how business needs and cloud-based technical functionality intersect. Be sure to define transformation priorities and goals through a human lens.
- Build a strong value case. Assess the organization’s current cloud state and build a rough order of magnitude IT savings and business value estimate. Determine the talent mix needed to deliver on the business strategy and digital transformation.
- Create the path for progress. Create a migration plan that makes the most of both internal capabilities and the specialized skills of ecosystem partners. Plan to migrate “no regret” applications first and invest in approaches that drive adoption among key stakeholders.
OUR ASSESSMENT PROCESS
Our team evaluates the following high-level areas as part of the assessment. Each category is reviewed with business objectives in mind.
Clinical, Operational, Business & Technology Strategy
- Existing Business Goals
- IT Alignment with Organizational Strategic Objectives
- IT Strategy Formation and Maintenance Processes
Business and Clinical Applications
- Business Process Supported
- Packaged & Custom Applications
- Database Platforms
- Reporting Platform
- Internal & External Integration
- Licensing, Maintenance & Support
- End Users and Usability
Professional Services, Integration & Support Processes
- Network Infrastructure
- Cloud Integration
- 3rd Party Integration
- Stability, Efficiency and Redundancy
- Patch Management
- User Policies and Education
Infrastructure & Support Processes
- Project Management Process, Roles, Artifacts
- Requirements & Analysis
- Solutioning, Architecture & Design
- Build & Deployment
- Testing & Validation
Throughout the assessment, deliverables are developed to serve as a comprehensive overview of your current state, how it compares to industry best practices and reveals actionable insights. The outcome includes the following deliverables:
Assessment, Gap Analysis & Recommendations
Inventory of Technology Assets, Applications, Integrations, Processes and People with identified gaps and gap remediation recommendations.
30-60-90 Day transformation plan.
A forward-looking roadmap that looks beyond the 90-day horizon.
Proposal on ongoing oversight, implementation, support & maintenance that provides necessary consolidation, empowerment, quality and cost advantages.
Overall System Optimization
The team develops a plan that reflects how to seamlessly implement changes for improvement within the organization. The plan includes prioritization, parties involved, and estimated costs.