George is the foremost expert within EMR architecture specializing in EUD "Devices"
Maurice is a Technology leader who has been a progressive leader for 20 years. He has directed some of the largest ERP(Lawson) & EMR projects on the planet.
John is the foremost expert within EMR Epic architecture and the engineer who created "High Availability". He specializes within Cache, DC, and Clarity ETL.
Our Healthcare team has a well-deserved reputation of excellence in providing smart, sensible, and cost-effective healthcare solutions for our clients.
Often, more than one area of expertise is required within Healthcare which is why we specialize in more than one EMR. With our firm, we can help during the Implementation while supporting one EMR for instance Mckesson while migrating to a new system such as Epic.
We have become widely known throughout Epic as the "Engineering SWAT Team". We have designed the architecture and design footprint known as "High Availability" and we have set the standards and paved the road for the healthcare industry designing the engineering for organizations such as Kaiser Permanente, Providence Health System, Lahey Health along with many others.
We have also gained notoriety for our EUD or "Devices" rollout roadmap which is the most problem free and accurate devices rollout in the industry.
We guarantee effective and knowledgeable representation for you and your business. Our reputation and history of success with our clients and their business needs speaks for itself. There's no substitution for the best.
We understand the complexity of an EMR implementation from the ground up. The stress involved, and the late nights that coincide with a successful implementation. We make that transition seemless and worry free. We help guide our clients to make the correct business decisions to influence the best patient experience.
The Banc was founded with a guiding principle to provide healthcare expertise and in turn donate a percentage of our earnings towards Children's charities that strive to make a difference in children's healthcare needs.