Integration Advisory Services
Scalable, reliable support from leading experts in HIT integration.
Optimizing Integration from Start to Finish
- Consulting: Planning and recommendations based on your unique environment and integration needs
- Project Management: Highly experienced project managers serving as an extension of your team
- Technical Resources: Augmenting your team for integrations, implementations, interface development, interface engine migrations, EHR conversions and environment optimization
- Training: Ensuring your staff and users have clear, actionable training on the new technology for sustainability
Scalable Support for Optimal Integration
Whether you need Shasta Networks to augment your current IT staff or take control of technology issues while you focus on other tasks, our experts ensure your strategies align with your assets and goals.
Consulting, project management, technical resources and training excellence are included with every engagement, but the level of investment you make is entirely up to you. We offer four levels of Integration Advisory Services to allow you to choose the right price point and number of hours that make the most sense for you.
As always, we’ll be happy to help you determine the right level for you. Contact us today to learn more.
Need Complete Managed Services?
We are here for you! As the industry’s leading experts in HIT data integration, we offer a complete – and completely scalable – range of Managed Services as well.
“Shasta Networks has provided us with a very cost-effective, full-service solution that allows us to meet the requests of our customers to have test results passed to them electronically. Overall, the solution has been instrumental in enabling us to compete with larger providers.”
— Melissa Sittason, Pathology Associates (Laboratory)
“Shasta Networks brings great value, support and expertise to our company. When we need an interface built, Shasta develops exactly what we need, quickly. I am constantly reminded of the value they bring us when I consider the costs we would incur if we had to supply the resources to manage this ourselves.”