Solve Your Problems, Before They Happen.
When implementing new healthcare technology, the stakes couldn’t be higher.
Any mishap can disrupt the processes and services necessary to deliver safe and effective patient care, potentially compromising your organization’s revenue — and reputation. That’s why you need a partner who understands clinical and financial healthcare processes from start to finish. Our experienced consultants handle high-profile implementations every day, and will ensure that you’re set up for success.
Our Proven Process
We have a four-step implementation framework that allows us to envision your goals, develop a plan to achieve them, validate it with stakeholders, and transition your team.
Throughout that process, we’ll review every potential risk with your team, including ongoing status reports, onboarding and discovery meetings, and defined escalation paths. Our implementation services are designed to maximize user adoption throughout your organization, and the value you receive from your TractManager solution.
We analyze, assess, and streamline contracting, value analysis, capital planning, and provider enrollment processes. Our trained healthcare experts offer insights to improve your systems and deliver results.
Our professional services consultants are available to design and implement custom integrations between your TractManager solution and third-party ERP, HR, or other IT systems.
“Sign-On” for More Savings
Did You Know?
The average hospital saves $2 million by implementing Single Sign-On.
“By adding custom fields, departments can more inclusively identify the financial impact that a contract or acquisition can have on their immediate budget.”
Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer, Senior Vice President Community Hospitals, Baystate Health
An Integrated Solution Supported By Dedicated Experts.
Partner with TractManager and let us help you take better control of your day-to-day operations.
So you can get back to focusing on what you do best—providing exceptional clinical care to your patients.