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2019 was a great year. On the Optimum Healthcare IT blog, we published 40 posts that touched on many topics. From industry thought leaders providing insights into their organization or hot topics, to delivering best practices and how to’s, this year’s blog posts were comprehensive and informative. We hope that you’ve enjoyed reading and commenting, and we’re excited to see what’s to come in 2020!

We created this blog to allow readers to stay up to date with all things Optimum and industry news. Our posts are designed to share healthcare IT news, Optimum Healthcare IT thought leadership, analysis of healthcare IT trends, tips, and best practices. 2019 brought us the highest level of engagement to date on the Optimum Healthcare IT blog, and we are looking forward to continuing the conversations in 2020.

Here are the top five posts from the Optimum Healthcare IT blog in 2019:

  1. Preparing for a Planned Go-Live Staffing Taper
    When a healthcare organization is preparing to bring live an EHR system, the costs are high. From implementation and training, and through go-live, managing the budget is essential. A planned taper is a critical step.
  2. Are You Ready For Your Next Epic Upgrade?
    Upgrades are a common process that all Epic customers spend countless hours and significant amounts of energy to implement. Each upgrade is different, and each come with their challenges.
  3. Epic Training and Learning Management Systems (LMS)
    One of the most significant challenges when leading Epic training projects is integrating the needs of the organization’s Learning Management System (LMS).
  4. 4 Questions with Dennis Delisle, Senior Director, Operations at Jefferson Health
    In this installment of our “4 Questions with series…”, we have 4 questions for Dennis Delisle, Senior Director, Operations at Jefferson Health.
  5. 4 Questions with Jonathan Goldberg, Chief Information Officer, Arkansas Children’s Hospital
    In this installment of our “4 Questions with series…”, we have 4 questions for Jonathan Goldberg, Chief Information Officer, Arkansas Children’s Hospital.

We hope that you enjoyed these the 2019 Top Five Posts as well as the additional 35 we published. We look forward to sharing more insights with you in 2020.

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