Regional Health System to Accelerate Information Flow and Automate Back Office Processes through GuideIT

April 25, 2019 – Plano, TX – GuideIT today announced it signed a new contract to provide business intelligence solutions for a regional health system.

With the objectives of accelerating information flow and optimizing back-office processes, the health system launched an initiative to replace manual reporting that requires information from multiple sources, including its EMR.  GuideIT will integrate critical data sources into a common platform, apply business logic and develop the visualizations necessary to meet the health system’s management objectives.

“In healthcare, there is an opportunity to strengthen patient care and operating performance through greater and more timely access to information,” said Chuck Lyles, CEO for GuideIT. “Healthcare providers have more information about their patients and businesses than ever before.  At GuideIT, our healthcare and data specialists help healthcare providers leverage this information to produce tangible business accomplishments.”

GuideIT Digital Business solutions, which incorporate Digital Transformation, Business Intelligence and Digital Workplace, help organizations to operate more efficiently, convert ideas for creating new business value a reality, and facilitate a dynamic, anytime-anyplace business environment.

About GuideIT

GuideIT provides IT services that make technology contribute to business success. Through its consulting, managed IT, digital business, and cyber security solutions and the way it partners with customers, simplifies the complex, and inspires confidence, GuideIT utilizes technology in an industry context to enable the creation of business value and create an IT experience that delivers. Founded in 2013 and part of a heritage that dates to the industry’s founding, GuideIT has been recognized for its service quality, positive work environment and growth. More information is available at www.guideit.com.

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