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Transforming healthcare requires much more than simply developing new drugs, medical devices or treatment options. Healthcare transformation also includes studying how things are done, the way things are used, when events occur, and when they should occur.  Healthcare Systems Engineering is about examining the total healthcare system and patient experiences to adopt a systematic approach to the analysis, design and development of processes which improve healthcare systems.  It’s about examining an end-to-end solution that facilitates operational efficiencies and improvements in patient care delivery.  By studying the entire healthcare system and applying complex mathematical modeling, operations research and systems analysis techniques, improvements can be identified that:

  • Reduce costs,
  • Make billing more efficient,
  • Improve patient outcomes,
  • And reduce medical inconsistencies.

For Global Six Communications, we view Healthcare Systems Engineering as a systemic approach to improve challenged healthcare system that focuses on the coordination, synchronization, and integration of complex systems of personnel, information, equipment, and financial resources.  We work hard on the process-end to help healthcare organizations navigate the transforming healthcare industry. As a result, our approach transforms processes in, much the same way that new diagnostic methods and treatments are continuously evolving.

Healthcare professionals in clinical environments must come to understand that the highest quality of care and operational efficiencies are seen when both electronic medical records (EMRs) systems and other similar technologies are implemented alone with change management strategies, (i.e. workflow and organization changes).  This paradigm shift which is currently taking place across the healthcare industry presents an opportunity to create new efficiencies, time saving and deliver flexibility over paper-based systems.  However, if these benefits are to be realized, this new form of digital media must be accompanied with change management strategies.

Ultimately, clinical transformation and optimizing clinical information systems is enabled by the alignment of the right people, processes and technologies.  It examines how to best utilize information technology to help manage clinical data and medical information to make healthcare operations more effective in supporting any healthcare organization or system’s evolving business needs.