February 27, 2019 | 1:00 pm Eastern
Free Executive Web Briefing Courtesy Of Netsmart
In the current human services market, technology is an essential ingredient in creating value across the organization. Technology applications are critical in both improving performance and reducing costs, and the organizations that can leverage technology to enhance their performance will be best positioned to succeed in a value-based market. With technology now playing this critical role, decisions around technology selection, implementation, and planning have become central to building a sustainable organizational strategy.
This leaves leadership teams facing new challenges: How do you select the right technology vendor partner to help meet your long-term strategy goals? How do you operationalize your technology investments for the long-term future? How do you measure the full value of your technology investments?
In this can’t-miss web briefing, Joseph P. Naughton-Travers, Senior Associate with OPEN MINDS, and Carol Reynolds, Executive Vice President of Client Experience and David Strocchia, Senior Vice President of Client Alignment with Netsmart will discuss their strategies for long-term technology success, offering best practices in building the processes, partnerships, and infrastructure your team needs to ensure that your technology investments have a lasting impact on your organization’s success. Relying on their years of experience working with health and human service organizations to build successful technology strategies, our speakers will discuss:
- Best practices in technology implementation and building lasting, productive partnerships with your technology vendors
- Essential elements for long-term success with your technology investments—including a strong organizational infrastructure, a continuous commitment from leadership, and an adaptable culture that embraces new technology
- Key strategies for leveraging your technology investments to increase your organization’s value and competitive advantage in the market
- Case study examples of organizations that have been able to improve their technology strategy and implementation processes to increase their return on investment