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CASE STUDY BACKGROUND


Many large healthcare companies have been using legacy integration techniques for years. The costs to purchase/develop and maintain an integration platform quickly get out of hand. One such MI7 client had over 100 technical staff members in their integration department. Unfortunately there weren't many alternatives for them - until now.

 


SOLUTION


Our client needs real-time data to offer their services to healthcare systems. This not only includes the main hospital, but each individual doctor's office that surrounds it. It is those offices that were the biggest cost center for our client.

Each office required our client to provide ancillary technical support services just to keep the flow of information moving. Their staff grew larger and larger over the years.

They had a problem - a big problem. With each new hospital came many small offices. They were adding staff left and right with no end in sight.

 


INTEGRATION ISSUE


Integration was an issue because with each new hospital they had to provision many individual offices. The technical staffing costs associated with provisioning, re-provisioning, and maintaining such a large network of VPN's, connections, and mapping configurations at the doctor offices were collosal.

That is when they reached out to MI7 to talk about Q - our VPN-less/Connection-less/Mapping-less healthcare integration management platform.

 


PROBLEM SOLVED


MI7's operations team met with the executive staff at our client. They talked about how the MI7 platform could drive costs lower by eliminating many positions that were the result of legacy integration techniques.

The client's executive team deliberated for only a few minutes before agreeing to a pilot. The key was reducing the amount of changes required to migrate such a large network of connections. They would run the pilot for 90 days, after which they would come up with a transition plan and install Q at all new hospitals.

The best integration staff members remained to provide support for the locations that haven't been migrated over. The rest are doing great in new roles and new companies. And their executives? Well they couldn't be more thrilled at the positive effects implementing Q had to their P&L.

 


WE CAN HELP YOU


MI7 can help your company migrate over from legacy integration technologies to Q - our software that transforms every Electronic Health Record system into an API.