Community engagement is not a core competency of your IT department. Community engagement revolves around providers you don’t employ or control. Community engagement is off campus and is hard. Not hard technically, hard in all the other ways community outreach is different; Sales, Marketing, Legal and Support just to name a few.
Furthermore, as a clinical leader, you have the complete clinical record to treat the patient in a low cost, high quality way. Why aren’t your providers more productive? What are they missing?
Compete your clinical integration with your provider network to complete the record. You cannot improve quality without all of the patients' data and frankly most of that resides in the community. By engaging your community providers and offering them your technology platform and your workflows, they will be happy to exchange not only data, but patients as well.
HCI can show you the way to a complete, robust and measurable way to complete the strategy. By engaging you from creation to execution, HCI can provide the whole program or just the pieces you need. We have the experience and the ability to deploy your Epic Community Connect program in a collaborative and strategically supportive way; this allows you to focus on your largest customer, the hospital.
Our Epic Community Connect team is ready to help you reach the next level of interoperability and complete your provider network strategy.
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“HCI provided excellent support and well qualified candidates for the implementation and roll-out of our eight community hospitals and CPOE Go-Live.”
—Sue Giesler, Director, Clinical Information Services, BJC HealthCare
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