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Hospital Achieves Faster Access to Applications and Enhanced Security with Single Sign-On and Virtual Desktops

King's Daughters Medical CenterThe members of the IT department at King’s Daughters Medical Center (KDMC) had a clear initiative when they contacted Forward Advantage. They wanted to make life easier for clinicians and improve patient care, while simultaneously enhancing security. They also wanted to bolster Meaningful Use participation among physicians. This may sound like a tall wish list, but it is one that was accomplished in two months with single sign-on (SSO) and a virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI).

Two Approaches for Migrating to MEDITECH’s Scanning and Archiving

Migrating years’ worth of historical data to MEDITECH’s Scanning and Archiving (SCA) is no easy task. For a successful migration, it’s imperative that scanned documents and archives are efficiently converted. However, many facilities lack the internal resources or skills necessary for such a complex and time-consuming project. Forward Advantage handles projects of all sizes for MAGIC report extractions and third-party vendor conversions. By choosing to outsource with Forward Advantage, your staff can focus on other priorities, and you can be assured that your scanned and archived data will be migrated efficiently and accurately.

Improving Clinician Satisfaction and EMR Adoption at Norman Regional

norman-regional-health-systemsNorman Regional Health System is a multi-campus system in south central Oklahoma. With a large number of clinicians spread across three facilities and multiple clinics, the health system wanted to streamline its access to clinical applications to improve physician satisfaction and EMR adoption. However, Norman Regional faced a challenge familiar to many other hospitals - delivering rapid access and ease-of-use without compromising security.