Healthcare Information Technology Solutions

Streamline healthcare IT infrastructure, improve interoperability, and ensure system security

Your enterprise healthcare IT partner to facilitate centralized decision making and empower the delivery of quality patient care.

Over 90% of [healthcare executive] respondents report that technology consolidation is very or moderately important, with many noting that consolidation offers a high potential to achieve greater operational efficiency.


How symplr software helps you improve healthcare operations though efficient, consolidated IT solutions

icon showing a computer screen and silo
Eliminate siloed technology and unify your infrastructure

Improve workflows, reduce miscommunications, and increase clinical efficacy by consolidating communication modalities onto one platform.

Connectivity icon
Connect and share provider data and improve enterprise data quality

Create a scalable provider data hub, using symplr Directory, to curate data and share provider profiles across the enterprise.

Icon showing multiple users
Alleviate staff burnout by improving your clinicians’ experience

Simplify tasks such as clinician scheduling and staffing, raising clinician satisfaction and reducing turnover. 

Partnering with IT teams to improve patient outcomes and facilitate centralized decision making

symplr's healthcare IT solutions help your operations run more smoothly, while helping clinicians avoid burnout and improving patient care.

Screenshot of the symplr Clinical Communications product showing roles and teams

Rein in redundant technologies and streamline your tech stack

Healthcare organizations are challenged with consolidating their enterprise software portfolio and related costs. The average health system manages hundreds or thousands of IT applications; many addressing the same need.

symplr’s 2022 Compass Survey reported that 88% of healthcare CIOs say that “working with disparate technologies complicates my job.”

Clinical communications is one area where health leaders are reducing point solutions. With symplr Clinical Communications, you can deploy HIPAA-compliant messaging and unify clinical and non-clinical staff on one communications platform. 

A woman standing over a desk and typing on a computer keyboard

Manage all your provider data in one system with fewer resources

Lack of interoperability continues to be a top challenge for health systems. Without it, provider data, patient data, and revenue cycle data remains locked in silos.

With provider directory software, like symplr Directory, you can break down those data silos and boost operational efficiency. Deploy a single system that connects to your EHR to maintain profiles for every credentialed and referring provider.

symplr Directory helps you to quickly reduce inaccurate provider data, eliminate record duplication, and securely share provider information across all departments.

Screenshot of the actual symplr Workforce product in action

Integrate technology without causing workforce disruption

Healthcare executives are increasingly seeking technology solutions that can deliver greater efficiency, but not at the expense of placing more undue strain on an already fatigued workforce.

Requiring your healthcare workforce to juggle time-consuming, often repetitive administrative tasks wastes resources, negatively affects patient care, and adds to staff frustration.

Avoid staff burnout with workforce software that creates dynamic, efficient technology ecosystems that automate and empower the workforce to focus on quality patient care.


2023 Compass Report

From Imminent to Urgent: Clinician & IT Alignment in Healthcare Operations 

Our 2023 Compass Report reveals the gap between what clinicians’ and IT professionals' top priorities and challenges are in healthcare operations. It also sheds light on how they can align to improve efficiency, reduce burnout, and enable the best possible patient care. 

Key findings:  

  • 55% of health systems and hospitals report using 50+ software solutions for healthcare operations 
  • 90% of IT professionals and 67% of clinicians say disparate technologies complicate their jobs

Look who's achieving better outcomes with symplr

We had no standard platform or approach to manage our provider data. When it came to our process too, it was a free-for-all. This caused provider data integrity issues that negatively affected a number of areas and processes, including provider satisfaction, patient satisfaction, compliance, misdirected results routing and decision support.

Julie Gedart, MSN, RN

Epic Senior Analyst, Kettering Health
At Henry Community Health we look for solutions that enable us to be agile in our adoption and lower our infrastructure footprint. symplr Workforce, specifically the self-scheduling mobile functionality, has been a game-changer for our organization. As a long-standing customer of symplr, the experience migrating to symplr Workforce has elevated us from a vendor/customer relationship to a true partnership.

Mike Spencer

CIO, Henry Community Hospital
Health systems do not want to rock the boat with more technological change on an overworked workforce. Being as undisruptive as possible from a people perspective is important yet difficult.

Niel Oscarson


Nine out of 10 IT/CIO leaders say that working with disparate applications and IT systems complicates their jobs.

And the majority of leaders (84%) agree that there is an opportunity to consolidate healthcare operations software at their organizations.

The 2023 symplr Compass Survey and Report


Compass 2023
symplr Compass Survey Report
Thumbnail of the provider Information Management Imperative ebook showing two healthcare profesisonal colleagues discussing patient records
The Provider Information Management Imperative
Thumbnail image of woman in a hospital lab looking pensive with her hand up to her chin
Healthcare Operations Hospitals' Mandate for Technology