Epic Implementation – Plan, Build, Go-Live ….Then What?

How Permanent Resource Placements Yield Greater Budget Savings and Ongoing Support in The Epic Life Cycle For health systems, hospitals, and physician groups, the life cycle of an Epic system can be broken down into two phases: Plan, build and implement in Phase 1, followed by Phase 2 - internal support and optimization.  Unfortunately, as many of our clients have found, once the implementation go-live phase is complete, cost and knowledge retention drastically change due to underestimating the expenses and efforts required when consultants leave. Has your organization experienced budget, staffing, transitioning and maintenance challenges after go-live? Have you lost the best talent on your application teams because they were a contracted consultant? Have you realized that projected post-live support and optimization budgets were significantly under-calculated? Are you recovering from a sub-optimal transition to post-live long-term support? If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, then you understand that resource transitions can get tricky.  They are [...]

2018-05-22T00:16:12+00:00 May 22nd, 2018|Epic, Resource Management|