Since its inception in 2004, BEC has handled dozens of large integrated delivery networks, health plans, physician organizations, and hospitals. Mark Griffin, president of Blue Eagle Consulting, explains, “We focus on offering subject matter expert (SME) consulting resources for individual healthcare markets, specifically healthcare plans, hospitals, and large physician organizations.” BEC’s consultants are seasoned IT systems professionals, specialized in specific healthcare applications, with decades of experience in the field implementing and operating healthcare applications. BEC’s primary practice areas include Epic, Cerner/ Siemens, McKesson, Meditech, Allscripts, Athena, Cognizant (Facets and QNXT), Infor and Oracle. Apart from providing much of the “heavy lifting” to ensure successful implementation of applications, BEC empowers a client’s staff with the software skills and expertise crucial to managing healthcare systems.
Healthcare providers in need of guidance for integrating revenue cycle management systems with their existing IT systems to ensure maximum return on the technology investment, while delivering quality patient care, can rely on BEC’s consultants.
We focus on offering subject matter expert (SME) consulting resources for individual healthcare markets, specifically healthcare plans, hospitals, and large physician organizations
“We offer a low effort, low risk, and high return partnership for healthcare clients,” states Griffin. The secret behind BEC’s success is that the firm follows a straightforward methodology of analyzing a client’s pain points and objectives before implementing a streamlined solution. To quantify BEC’s achievements, the firm has a 96 percent success rate in over 600 projects that have delivered consistent results and enhanced the return on software investments. “With BEC’s support, clients can rest assured that their software systems are running efficiently for a wide variety of hospital service needs including the day-to-day business of patient care, hospital operations, personnel management, claims processing, and planning,” concludes Griffin.