With healthcare undergoing a fundamental shift in the relationship between IT, the business, and clinical stakeholders, we need a better way forward. Not only are stakeholders insisting on the ability to use their personal devices, work from home, and utilize cloud services, they are requiring more impactful use of technology in the delivery of patient care and quantifiable results for their technology investment.
Cloud technologies are driving a large portion of the CIO’s technology agenda from blockchain enabling technologies to more traditional platforms such as Azure, AWS, and Google. These technologies require iterative planning to ensure a real return on investment can be achieved for the organization.
From cloud to decentralized governance to aligning with an organization’s ESG, this substantial change requires a fresh look at IT operations with renewed stakeholder relationships: That’s where we come in.
- IT strategic alignment
- IT roadmap development
- IT operating model assessment/design
- Shared service model development
- Merger and acquisition (M&A) IT due diligence
- Post-merger IT integration
- Cloud strategies and roadmaps
- ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) framework
- Interim leadership