Downtime Assessment Planning

One of the most crucial aspects of a healthcare organization that a CIO must consider is the assurance of business continuity with the increased usage of electronic communication and reporting within an organization. Preparation is key, and we at Summit Healthcare take great pride in our ability to work with you and your team to provide an assessment of current system operations and capability in the event of planned or unplanned downtime.
Continuous access to critical patient data 24/7 is an absolute necessity. Patient care must continue, and patient safety must be ensured, no matter the situation.
Every business continuity plan needs a strategy for maintaining quality of care and access to critical data for end users during network downtime, and Summit Healthcare’s team of experienced experts will work with your organization to ensure that a solid plan is in place for business continuity in the event of network or HCIS downtime.

Summit Healthcare’s experts work with you to identify, assess, and plan best practices

Summit Healthcare’s team of professionals has real-world expertise in the assessment of a healthcare organization’s critical needs and requirements with regard to network downtime.  Our team of experienced experts will work with your organization to help you outline your plan and ensure you have identified the proper data and reporting for business continuity purposes.
We will work with your team to evaluate and plan the best practices related to the identification and assessment planning of model reports for every department in the event of a downtime.  Your hospital and staff will handle downtime smoothly and calmly as information and reports will be distributed according to a comprehensive rules-based plan based on your needs and structure.  
See the ways in which Summit Healthcare and the Summit Downtime Reporting System can streamline your business continuity strategy:

  • Identification and assessment planning of model reports for all departments in the event of a downtime
  • Report configuration such as report generation frequency
  • Deployment to end user consoles and guidance on configuration of user groups

Could your organization maintain business as usual in the face of disruption?