HCI Specialist Resource Provision provides Trusts with high levels of experienced and qualified staff to help deliver specific roles in the delivery of healthcare IT systems. Having the right team to implement a new system is the difference between success and failure. Regardless of the specialised nature of the role in question, HCI are able to provide either short or long term resources to meet the needs of Trusts.
HCI focus on quality rather than quantity and work with you to ensure that projects are cost effective and appropriately staffed with the right type of people to fit in with your team. HCI can even develop sustainable pools of talented resources even when a new system is being introduced for the first time into the NHS.
We can provide on-going support through every stage, from procurement to implementation, testing, training through to optimisation and post-deployment, ensuring the entire process is streamlined and stress-free.
We have the ability to provide resources for virtually any type of healthcare IT solution from PAS and EPR including all types of clinical specialty to finance and back office systems. Integration and interoperability (including portals) and support staff can also be provided.
Due to our agnostic approach to different vendor solutions, HCI can provide resources to support a wide variety of systems including Cerner, Epic, Meditech, iSOFT, CSC, Allscripts, Oasis, IMS Maxims, System C, TPP SystmOne, Emis, Servelec Rio, InterSystems, Imprivata, Nuance, Orion, Oracle, SAP, Infor, Harris, GE, Siemens and Cloverleaf.
HCI were able to provide consultant services in project management as well as analyst expertise in the different modules in place (scheduling, report writing, data scripting, electronic documentation, etc...).
—Raphael Jaffrezic, Chief Information Officer, Galway Clinic
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