tiag's clinical informatics business unit has a proven track record in transforming industry leading healthcare organizations such as the Military Health System and the Army Medical Department of the Department of Defense, in achieving excellence in performance. Our ability to support this caliber of client begins with our professional physicians, nurses and other informatics professionals who are committed to their disciplines and form strong partnerships with the clients they support. Their real world experience provides an understanding that the patient / healthcare provider relationship is at the core of the mission.
tiag's executive and management staff are leaders in the healthcare informatics industry and leverage the tools of their trade, and time tested methods, to ensure a successful client engagement. Our focus for the client is integrating best practices and methodologies such as Balance Scorecard, Lean Six Sigma and Business Genetics that empowers clients to measure and develop business strategies and strategic objectives to achieve organizational performance targets from a financial, customer, internal and growth perspective.
To ensure full success, our informatics experts have developed an Informatics Maturity Model (IMM) to define and operationalize organizational core competencies in informatics in order to improve informatics practice in Business Process Management, Business Intelligence, Training & Support, and Quality Management & Outcomes.
Our experienced staff are experts on shaping technology solutions that meet an organization’s operational needs as well as its culture. tiag doesn’t just implement innovative technology, we ensure everyone on the staff can fully leverage new workflows and achieve the maximum benefits.
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)
NIOSH needed a cost-effective, and operationally feasible solution, to support the secure transmission of imaging data from over 300 sites to a central location. tiag defined a solution supporting surveillance activities required by federal law that includes a secure image transfer mechanism that accepts digital images from the x-ray facilities while complying with evolving government network security rules. Read More...
Office of the Surgeon General (OTSG) and Headquarters U.S. Army Medical Command (USAMEDCOM)
USAMEDCOM operates eight Army medical centers, 26 Army community hospitals and numerous clinics worldwide. tiag provided clinical and functional informatics professionals who assisted in the development and re-engineering of the first Office of the Chief Medical Information Officer.Read More...