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Infrastructure Matters

well-designed-physical-and-technical-infrastructure-within-the operation-improves-financial-growth.jpgInfrastructure is often seen as the physical foundation of the enterprise. In the world of clinical technology, infrastructure means integrating the clinical records, patient operations and treatment outcome information into an operational system. It becomes a finely tuned machine only when performing a number of functions. Well designed, well executed infrastructure is the successful foundation that fuels, commerce, competition and growth of successful units of service everywhere in the organization.

In for-profit commercial business it’s widely recognized: “as goes your infrastructure, so goes the entire enterprise”. In this fast paced economic climate, all the best clinical services, great communications, brilliant marketing won’t amount to much if it takes your counselors forever and a day to update their patient treatment plans and notes. More recently managed care plans are requiring all treatment plans to be updated daily. Operations failing to meet these newly minted expectations by 3rd party payers can no longer respond by telling managed care entities, “Sorry we don’t have the information now, but can we call you back later tomorrow”? Obviously, this is the type of response most managed care entities simply don’t want to hear.

Planning, building and maintaining clinical patient treatment systems are all about answering some very difficult questions, such as: where should top managers search to find credible answers about: low cost solutions to their automated clinical services needs. What are the turnkey systems available to me, and how long will it take to have my organization up and running with an automated, low cost treatment planning system? How do I plan for unexpected glitches that always seem to crop up? What warranty do I have that my legacy systems will work with future technologies? ACG Group specialists are now actively helping small to medium organizations businesses plan, build and grow their clinical infrastructure for maximum flexibility. Call us today at 1-406-252-8147 to assist with your infrastructure planning needs.