HIS Induction

Management consulting and implementation services for both Greenfield and Brownfield hospital projects

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Service Highlights

  • Understand the technology
  • Take control
  • Train the resources
  • Troubleshoot¬†

We take up end to end responsibilities of training the resources, troubleshooting the technical challenges through outsourcing engagement. Our team will offer induction program to educate the users to use HIS. We study, understand the technology and design the training modules for all the end users. We onboard our trainers to educate the end users in using the technology.

Technical skill set evaluation forms the part of the recruitment process. We will evaluate the candidates on their experience towards using the software. Our indigenous tool help the process of evaluating the candidates during interview process.

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