Benefits of An Information management System

 - Reduces costs by improving efficiency and increasing profit

- More satisfied customers, patients (healthcare) and employees

- Straightforward, defined access to valuable internal information

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TO IMPROVE YOUR organization's PERFORMANCE

Benefits of a Systematic approach to managing processes

 - Reduces costs by improving efficiency and increasing profit

- More satisfied customers, patients (healthcare) and employees

- Consistently meet requirements and understand the link with activities 

- Identify target areas for improvement

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Benefits of Strategic planning

 - Provides direction & focus so everyone is on the same page

- Everyone knows how they fit into the organization’s current & future focus

- Improves efficiency by applying resources with an aligned focus

Benefits of consistency

 - Reduces costs by improving efficiency and increasing profit

 - More satisfied customers, patients (healthcare) and employees

- Procedures are clearly defined  and can be used for training

- Can be used to systematically improve processes

Challenge: Strategic planning

 - Lack of focus on how to advance your business


 - Leadership is not united in defining business success


-Lack of clear organization-wide understanding its role in the marketplace

Challenge: Systematic approach to processes


- Internal disorganization: data entry errors, bottlenecks, delays, redoing work


- Difficulty identifying the source of problems


- Not consistently meeting patients (Healthcare), customers or stakeholders requirements

- Employee dissatisfaction


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Challenge: consistency


- Employees are performing activities differently or inconsistently

- Training is ineffective

- Employees are frequently seeking verbal instruction or confirmation for an activity



Challenge: information and Recordkeeping 


- Difficulty tracking and maintaining information and records

- Valuable, vital and essential information is disorganized or does not exist; employees have to search for information, often unsuccessfully

- Employees unsure of the latest information version: e.g. policies, procedures and records