Your Change is Our Project

Organizations Must Innovate

Successful organizations select, implement and optimize projects helping improve how they:

  • Run
  • Grow
  • Transform

Successfully identifying and completing these projects requires...

1: Project Management

We are project managers.

And our experience tells us that using project management methods alone is like juggling with one hand.

This is especially difficult for projects needing...

2: Information Technology (IT) Management

Our clients, like many organizations, need new systems to improve the way they deliver value.

However, the majority of IT projects fail, even when using Project and IT Management disciplines together.

So we use...

3: Change Management

Managing change means helping stakeholders adopt innovation.

Projects succeed by focusing on the process, product and people.

Projects ARE change.

This means...

4: Change is the Framework

We elevate Change Management as the driving discipline integrating Project and IT Management into a single, proven methodology.

Our software ProIntegrate™ supports this methodology throughout the project lifecycle.

See our integrated change management software, ProIntegrate™ or contact us for more information.


The Perils of Prevention Primacy

When prevention hardly works, establishing ineffective prevention protections, creating and running compliance-monitoring entities, and monitoring providers and payers are especially troubling. While we must punish cyber criminals, it is critical to focus our efforts on protecting and helping victims. This makes far more sense than continuing to pay exorbitant amounts
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The Total Impact of Theft

So if the crooks already have our identities, why are we spending huge sums to “protect” what already vanished? Are we, like the proverbial farmer, locking the barn door after a thief stole our horse? Before answering these questions, we should examine some contributing factors. First, there is a general societal
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The Horse is Already Stolen

When discussing health identity protection, one of the first things that comes to mind is the old proverb reminding us we are foolish to lock the barn door to safeguard a stolen horse. The damage is already done; now we need to focus on recovering the horse. Of course, when
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Folding in the Internet of Things (IOT)

Technology innovation doubtlessly enables us to provide more data, in real time, at the point of clinical decision-making. Until now, most of this innovation is “internal” HIT and its associated data created in our care delivery organizations, like lab test results, imaging studies or written impressions of a physician’s clinical
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The Parable of the Broken Window

Despite our best efforts to the contrary, we all know, expect and often dread unintended consequences associated with Health Information Technology (HIT). The French economist Frédéric Bastiat offers a classic example of our experience with these consequences in his “broken window” parable that goes like this: A shopkeeper's son accidentally breaks
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How Can Outsiders Help?

What are some key health care benefits we can reap from diverse expert and outsider HIT team membership? To begin with, widening the diversity of HIT team membership helps to overcome Not Invented Here (NIH) syndrome. Outsider team members successfully contributing fresh solutions erode the NIH prejudice favoring “our own”
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Does True Innovation Require Domain Expertise?

It is a common belief that true innovation requires domain expertise. Malcolm Gladwell, the author of Outliers: The Story of Success, says it takes 10,000 hours of practice to become expert in any given domain. He indicates that the process of becoming an expert produces truly exceptional people and ideas.
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The Blind Men and the Elephant

Most of you are familiar with the “blind men and the elephant” parable. Jainism, one of the world’s oldest religions, is often credited as its originator. In the Jain version, six blind men describe an elephant by touching its different body parts. One man touches a leg, a second a
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