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I’m in New Orleans, LA this week for the annual HiMSS Conference and Microsoft Health User Group Meeting (MSHUG). The MSHUG meeting on Sunday March 3rd gave Healthcare Providers the opportunity to learn how they can better leverage their investment in Microsoft technologies to drive down cost and deliver innovative solutions to their customers.
My colleague Martin Sizemore and Perficient client Heidi Rozmiarek from Meriter presented on how to integrate Microsoft’s SharePoint and SQL Server products with Epic’s EMR solution to create an end to end organizational integrated data view at both the MSHUG event and at a Lunch and Learn hosted by Microsoft at HiMSS. The Microsoft team shared a video of the work Perficient did with Meriter that drove nearly $1 million in savings in its first year implemented.
Later I spoke with Heidi about where Meriter is today, and where they are headed next. You can see those videos below.
Why Healthcare Organizations must be more Savvy with Their Data
Enterprise Data Aggregation and Sources
Working with Perficient on a Datawarehousing Journey
Meriter’s Time and Cost Savings by using Microsoft BI
A look into Meriter’s Future with Data and Technology