Senior Care Providers: Persistence with Key Technology Projects in the Time of COVID-19
TOPICS INCLUDE SUCCESS STORIES ON SWITCHING AND IMPLEMENTING NEW EHR VENDORS, STRATEGIC IT PLANNING, AND STAFF AUGMENTATION
A turbulent year for Senior Care providers
Looking back at 2020 in hindsight, it was definitely a turbulent year for senior care providers as they were forced to navigate previously uncharted waters around the COVID-19 pandemic. As one of the industries hit the hardest by the virus, it was no surprise as many providers had to put all sorts of projects and planned out endeavors on hold in an effort to safeguard their patients and staff. Projects that required onsite service were out of the question, previously vital initiatives had to take a backseat, and of course cutting costs wherever possible was a requirement.
As we enter 2021, the end of this pandemic is hopefully more in sight now than ever,
but the scenario described above is still very much a reality for a large segment of senior care providers.
However, as ProviNET looks back at the past year, we were honored to work alongside some providers who still persisted through key technology projects that they refused to put on hold, knowing they would better equip their organizations to continue to fight through the current landscape. And they did this all relying heavily on virtual technologies to bring their projects to completion, yet still provide the safest environment possible for the communities. It is our privilege to showcase a few of these providers and how they persevered with mission critical projects, while leveraging a virtual delivery and partnership with ProviNET Solutions.
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