Enterprise Portfolio Management

Over the years, healthcare organizations have acquired numerous software packages and platforms to perform existing critical business functions. As the business needs are changing to become more accountable, Enterprise Architecture helps us to better understand and align the connections and relationships between investments, technology portfolio and the business needs.

Enterprise Portfolio Management answers key questions:

  • IT Management: What IT resources are spread across the Enterprise?
  • Which resources are needed? Which resources are not needed?
  • How do we eliminate what we don’t need quickly and safely?
  • Business Management: How does IT support business strategy?
  • How does IT spend align to the business? Where do we have information and technology risk?
  • What is the impact of change?

Using our EA experience with large government organizations, HCMDM helps commercial organizations to mature the EA capability by taking a business outcomes based approach to rationalizing technical investments.

Today, Healthcare organizations have multiple, disparate systems existing within their enterprise, utilizing various underlying technologies to successfully execute a business process or procedure. Organizing and monitoring governance of these systems, maintaining a holistic view of business processes and the technologies used to accomplish them, and planning, implementing, and managing new systems are necessary for these complex enterprises. A strong enterprise architecture must be put into place to satisfy both the Healthcare organization’s goals and satisfy customer needs. Healthcare MDM has a proven track record in Enterprise Portfolio Management (EPM), providing Enterprise Architecture solutions and aligning our clients to their business and financial goals. Through an effective EPM service, organizations can continue to grow their bottom line through:

  • Product Innovation & Integration: with a dynamic marketplace, EPM enables clients to understand the holistic view of their enterprise, and integrate new innovative systems and products earlier.
  • Distillation of Dense Information: enable your systems to do more through EPM by analyzing and reporting on Big Data generated from customer and stakeholder interactions with your systems.
  • Customer Focused Solutions: increase your customer focus by honing in on systems accomplishing specific business processes and implementing continuous improvements.

An effective Enterprise Architecture solution implemented by EPM allows organizations to obtain a sense of how value can be created, captured, and delivered to their customers, achieving business and financial goals.