Information Technology Consulting

The days of paper charts and appointment books are behind us. Providers are investing in digital technologies like EHRs, patient scheduling portals, and virtual appointments to improve care quality and efficiency—but they don’t always see the returns they’re looking for. To maximize ROI, organizations need to select and implement IT systems strategically, optimize their existing assets, and modify related processes and workflows.

Drive strategic change with your health IT systems with Clinovations

How we help

Whether you need help specifically with your EHR, population health management tool, or nearly any health care technology, our clinically-oriented IT consulting team can work with all platforms and vendors to help you with:

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Our approach

We treat every consulting engagement as a partnership, and we make it our mission to arm your team with the knowledge and skills needed to continue making progress long after our exit. Our standard partnerships typically include:

  • Assessment: We evaluate your current IT capabilities and uses to identify new systems you may need and opportunities to improve workflows.
  • Selection: We lead the selection process for new IT platforms by vetting qualified vendors, identifying an initial pool, orchestrating product demonstrations, and assisting with negotiations.
  • Implementation: We develop an implementation plan for the “go-live,” inclusive of policies, procedures, training curriculum, and performance dashboards. Depending on your needs, we can supplement these efforts with expert interim management.
  • Optimization: We identify and mitigate IT-associated challenges to stabilize the technology and provide recommendations to optimize the current system. We also offer this as a standalone service for providers looking to optimize existing technologies.

Our experts

John Kontor, MD
Executive Vice President
John is an expert in leading EHR implementation and optimization engagements, as well as population health and value-based care initiatives. His unique perspective comes from his integrated delivery network experience in multiple executive roles, including chief medical information officer, VP of medical affairs, and medical director of two employed physician networks. More

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