Sr. Director, Healthcare IT Transformation Paula Cottrell advises leaders to proactively invest in technology during healthcare mergers to avoid costly issues in the future.
When a healthcare merger deal is finalized, a consolidated healthcare organization can inherit legacy applications, usually consisting of portfolios with outdated or underutilized products. The organization can recognize actual savings and avoid security risks by employing healthcare M&A strategy experts to decommission these apps. This strategic process is called application rationalization.
Read the article for the 3 ways healthcare IT leaders can ensure that technology isn’t lost in the larger conversation of a healthcare merger.