Showing Off HealthITq Successes - Strategic Initiatives

Strategy For Success

Leapfrog | Magnet | Most Wired | EMRAN Stage 6

EMR Transition | Greenfield

Chronic Disease Mgmt | Genomics

Showing Off HealthITq Successes - Strategic Initiatives

Submission can be daunting for local staff

Successfully completed the Leapfrog survey along with the structured CPOE test as well as performed post survey results analysis to augment this urban hospital's quality initiatives


meeting the requirements on the magnet journey

Supported review of clinical IS technologies to meet Magnet requirements including the use of acuity systems


Most Wired

AHA Most Wired Award Achieved

Managed application process that resulted in a community hospital achieving AHA Most Wired Award two years running (2015 & 2016)

EMRAM Stage 6 

HIMSS EMRAN Stage 6 Achieved for 50+ Providers

Managed application and site survey process to achieve Stage 6 for a multi-specialty clinic with 50+ individual providers (2015)


Community Hospital Achieves HIMSS EMRAm Stage 6

Managed application and site survey process to achieve Stage 6 for a 120 bed community hospital (2015)

EMR Transition

Cerner Soarian Hospital Transitions to EPIC

Supported legacy system applications with an outsourced team of Soarian product experts in EDM, Soarian Clinicals, Soarian Financials & Soarian RX / MAK Application outsourcing included all security access, interfaces, custom reporting, physician support, and break/fix


Two New For Profit Hospitals Opened in Texas

Provided comprehensive program management, infrastructure deployment, ERP, and electronic health record implementation to two new construction Texas hospitals

Chronic Disease 

Chronic Disease Management Medicare Program

Provided resources to design technology solution to fit local staffing model and insure clinical documentation by a diverse ancillary services team representing services would support monthly program billing to Medicare



Provided insights regarding use of third party software fit and outlined go-forward recommendations