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Almost on a daily basis, we get to read about failed healthcare IT projects in various media. The problem is global. However, the actual software solution provider may not always be the one to blame ‒  instead, the reason may lie in the fact that the healthcare organization doesn’t really know what it is acquiring.

In healthcare IT projects, it’s essential for the healthcare organization to understand what it should be prepared for before the project begins. To help you avoid common mistakes and streamline the procurement process, we have created a new buyer’s guide for those of you who are considering the digitalization of patient flow management.

In this e-guide, we go through the background of preparing for procurement – what kind of benefits there are, what the organization planning the procurement should aim for, and what is possible with a comprehensive solution. You can apply this information when preparing a requirement specification for competitive tendering or internal implementation. In this guide, we also explain the things to consider when implementing the actual solution, from assembling the project team to communication practices.

When preparing the guide, we interviewed professionals in the healthcare field, but also brainstormed the topic internally. We have implemented numerous patient flow solutions for our customers, and we know what works well and what works only occasionally. Our customers also share their experiences and best practices in the guide.

If our buyer’s guide or procuring a solution is a hot topic for you at the moment, or you’ve just started considering the benefits that the digitalization of patient flow management could bring, feel free to contact us. We will help you outline the goals and requirements for your solution, or you can obtain preliminary cost information to support budgeting. Alternatively, you can start with our benefits calculator, which allows you to model the benefits that our solution could offer to your organization.

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Ilari Laaksonen

Author: Ilari Laaksonen

CEO, Axel Health