Leidos Health and Suzanna Hoppszallern, Senior Editor - Data and Research, Hospitals & Health Networks MagazineREGISTER NOW
Event Date: Tuesday, April 25, 2017 at 1 pm Eastern (12 pm CT)
Supporting a patchwork of legacy EHR and financial systems is costly, risky and can negatively impact overall system performance. Still, legacy systems continue to provide significant services to support specific health care processes and maintain critical records and data. This process of maintaining, updating and decommissioning legacy technology must continue as new applications and systems to support digital transformation occur.
Learn from an experienced organization with real-world examples how to support this transition:
- Learn 7 key considerations for legacy support success
- Ensure consistent system performance and effective resource focus
- Steps to take for a robust transition
- Integrate data from legacy systems
- Requirements for an effective legacy data archiving strategy
Join the Leidos Health Legacy Support team to learn the most common pitfalls of legacy support projects and how to avoid them so you can provide the best level of support to users while staying focused on improving performance through the implementation of new systems.
Operational & Legacy Support Practice Vice President, Leidos Health
Harvey has more than 20 years of executive and leadership experience in the healthcare and finance industry and more than 25 years developing and running IT support organizations. Harvey has a consistent record of enhancing sales, margin, and profit growth in large organizations.
Harvey is currently the Operational & Legacy Support Practice Vice President for Leidos Health. In 4 years he has built the practice into a multi-million annual revenue stream, providing long term engagements for 100+ consultants and developing new services in the Healthcare market including Clinical Service Desk, A/R rundown services and legacy data extraction and conversion.
Harvey originally hails from England, UK but now resides in Texas with his wife and three children as a new citizen of the United States.
Amy Leaf, M.B.A.
Operational & Legacy Support Practice Managing Director, Leidos Health
Amy brings more than 20 years of solid expertise in technology, operations, professional services, consulting, and new service development to her role as Operational & Legacy Support Practice Managing Director. Amy has held numerous delivery, support, and leadership roles throughout her career. Amy is known for solid operational standards, great customer service and financial target achievement.
Amy graduated from University of Arizona with a bachelor of science in accounting and finance and from University of Texas/Dallas with a master of business administration. Amy resides in the greater Phoenix, Arizona area.
Senior Editor, Data and Research, Hospitals & Health Networks Magazine
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