Clinical Path Consulting

We are dedicated to fulfilling the promise of digital healthcare

At Clinical Path Consulting, we help healthcare providers take advantage of technology to make operations more efficient, meet regulatory requirements and improve the quality of patient care.

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About Us

We are a team of industry experts dedicated to fulfilling the promise of digital healthcare.

Digital healthcare is a commitment to use technology to improve quality – to give patients a better healthcare experience, optimize patient outcomes, speed delivery of patient services and reduce the cost of providing healthcare.

Clinical Path can help define, manage and implement a strategic approach to digital healthcare – opening an all-digital hospital, establishing a system to track patient outcomes across your organization or revisiting your information technology strategy. We can work with you to design and implement business intelligence capabilities to better track patient data or your own internal metrics for quality patient care.

We can also help you with specific projects. Clinical Path Consulting can work with you to evaluate software vendors, select packaged software and negotiate the best price and license terms. Our consultants can manage your technology projects or we can provide staffing support during implementation or upgrading of healthcare-specific applications such as Epic, Cerner, AllScripts, McKesson Paragon and more.

Our Services

EMR Implementation, Upgrades and Optimization

EMR Training, Curriculum Design and Go Live Support

Clinical Concierge Program

ePMO Strategy and Implementation

Project Management

Business Intelligence and Reporting

Imaging Systems Support

ERP Integration

Security Risk Assessment

ICD-10 Remediation

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Case Studies


CPC provided seasoned and knowledgeable business analysts and project managers to assist with the selection, planning and implementation of a new flagship electronic health record suite. The system will provide a seamless and paperless patient centric view to physicians, nurses and other healthcare providers. Some of the suite’s key features include a Combined Medical Record (CMR) application, Medication Management (Med Man) application and Documentation Management (Doc Man) application. This entire suite is delivered in a redundant and high-availability wireless environment, which allows the healthcare provider to do their job more freely.


CPC provided senior Epic application coordinators to supplement our client's orders and professional billing implementation teams. CPC was responsible for the final stages of go live efforts and working through post go live issues. CPC consultants brought previous go live experience to stream line efforts to install the final pieces of the system and support the team members and staff to understand system benefits and limitations.


CPC assisted in building a custom software product to replace the current Organ Donor Tracking System. The system tracks organ donors from initial referral, through the phases of consent, clinical management, organ recovery and transplantation as well as family follow-up. The system offers features addressing hospital and community development, including hospital profiles and development plans and activities, designated requestor tracking and community development activities. A paperless environment is supported with electronic storage of supporting documentation as well as electronic transmission of data to partner agencies and hospitals. The system also addresses aspects of staff management and quality control and improvement.


CPC enabled the business analyst / project manager functions to initiate and manage multiple projects within an EMR program. The EMR program goal to launch clinical integration deliverables, workflows and policies between Epic EMR and Meditech EMR in two separate hospitals allowed both organizations to exchange patient electronic health data. The end result was the creation of a new Regional Health Information Organization (RHIO) called NEWHVN. CPC determined workflow processes, best practices and security requirements of shared patient data including HIPAA and HL-7 and ANSI X12 4010 transactions such as (270/271, 276/277, 835) between two health organizations with different EHR systems. CPC also created analysis tools and applied metrics to lead BAs gathering single sign-on application and deployment requirements via business analysis of clinical, technical, and processes for three separate healthcare organizations as well as 300+ independent providers within network.


The CPC team managed a number of IT, Logistics, Process Change Management, and Department set-up projects for a new hospital, lab, and clinic facility. This Hospital represents the First 100% Digital EMR Hospital in the State of Wisconsin. Prior to engaging CPC, the hospital was at risk for delaying the opening of a new hospital due to IT, process, infrastructure, and logistics issues. The CPC team:

  • Developed project management tools and templates to help establish the PMO
  • Identified and corrected issues with the process by establishing a process to prioritize equipment purchasing by procurement and set-up lead time
  • Planned and coordinated relocation from temporary office spaces into the new facility
  • Defined the workflow processes to be followed in the new facility
  • Managed the IT and infrastructure build and deployment in the new facility
  • Established the go-live command center to ease the transition of the staff into the new facility
  • Developed a method to prioritize projects based on 17 measurable factors to establish value and complexity
  • Managed the VISICU implementation for Remote Intensivist Monitoring


The CPC team performed an IT assessment and strategy for a healthcare provider with over 20 rural hospitals and clinics. The goal was to develop a centralized shared services organization (SSO) model for providing IT management support to the hospitals. The CPC team performed a site survey at each facility to identify similarities and difficulties in approximately 35 critical topic areas. They also researched the current and future trends three to five years out in each of the assessment areas for both the healthcare industry and general IT infrastructure. The result was a proposal that would bring the individual sites to common standards, recommend changes to organizational structures for the SSO, relocate and consolidate servers and data centers, develop disaster recovery sites, and the creation of projects to prepare the organization to adapt to future technology improvements.

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Help us build the future of digi­tal healthcare – we’re always looking for great people.
Here is a bit on how we ap­proach our business:

  • Our company succeeds when our clients and employees succeed.
  • We hire only those who are passionate about helping others achieve their goals.
  • We believe in setting high standards for ourselves and living up to them.
  • What our clients and employees think of us matters more than anything.

Just a few of our current career opportunities:

EMR Application Analyst
(Epic, Cerner, McKesson)

Epic Bridges Interface Engineer

Epic Clarity Reporting Analyst

PACS Administrator

Imaging Systems Project Manager

EMR Training Specialist

Healthcare Supply Chain Analyst

Materials Management Data Analyst

3M Systems Support Specialist

Get in touch

To hear more about our case studies, latest news and events, or simply to speak with a representative, please contact us by one of the methods below. We look forward to hearing from you.

1000 North Water Street, Suite 950
Milwaukee, WI 53202
(414) 918-9708

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