System Requirements Matrix: Functional and technical specifications for Practice Management systems – including specific practice and departmental requirements.
Hyperion Research MarketView Report: Our methodologies and advisory are informed by in-depth market landscape research and analysis by our Hyperion Research analysts.
Product Evaluation Scorecard: We will prepare a scorecard, based on the System Requirements Matrix, for practice evaluators to complete based on their evaluations and impressions of the reviewed products.
Comparative Analysis and Selection Recommendation: An assessment of product capabilities, and applicability to practice requirements based on the System Requirements Definition.
Shift from optimizing the flow of paper to the flow of information
Open process to critique and improvement
Formality and structure: clear guidelines, policies and procedures establish expectations
Establish continuous feedback and performance measurement loops
Process visibility and transparency
Mitigate and manage risk
Manage to service level agreements
Evaluate risk and mitigation methodologies
Develop Practice Management best practices
Establish mechanisms to leverage enterprise information for strategic gains
Multidisciplinary approach to information management
Enhance client service
Maximize return on investment (ROI)
Move beyond tactical support to proactive information management
Expanded role of data management staff to information gatekeepers
Establish organizational accountability models
Practice Support models that establish centralized policy-making and standards, supported by locally deployed resources responsible for local execution