MADISON, Wis. – Among healthcare IT consulting firms, Nordic’s Optimization Solutions has been recognized as a top performer in terms of producing the highest positive impact on efficiency and outcomes with over 80 percent of clients reporting a significant positive impact, according to the new KLAS report, Optimization Services 2016 Driving Outcomes from Implementation to Performance Improvement, which was released last week.
Nordic has a rating of 92.9 for overall performance, and no other firm has more than its 13 validated client engagements in the report. In addition, Nordic scored 92.3 in the Revenue Cycle category and, with limited data, posted a score of 94.2 in Clinical Optimization.
Nordic’s Optimization Solutions brings a unique, repeatable ROI-driven approach that offers clients EHR system assessments and recommendations to help organizations identify and prioritize opportunities for improvement. With industry-leading operational and Epic system experts, Nordic consultants are able to implement those recommendations for real, measurable outcomes.
“Nordic came back with the finding that we were pretty far behind, and there were lots of opportunities to improve with all of the latest and greatest functionality from Epic,” one client said in the report. “We hired Nordic for an optimization project to go through almost every module from Epic. Nordic led the work and had many of their employees here. That was very successful. Nordic did an excellent job.”
Once again, Nordic is recognized as a trusted healthcare partner as all respondents stated that Nordic avoids nickel-and-diming and that they would buy from Nordic again.
“As many organizations have been live on Epic for years now, they know there are opportunities for improvement, but struggle to prioritize with ROI in mind,” Nordic VP of Business Line Development Matt Schaefer said. “We’re glad to be able to partner with organizations to provide our clients with a predictable, collaborative approach that we tailor to each healthcare group based on their priorities.”