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Vaccine Management Consultant opportunities

Covid-19 vaccines are here…well sort of.  Let’s face it, it’s been the top news story (other than politics) for a couple months now.  Various levels of success on vaccine distribution are being reported from state to state.  All EHR systems have rolled out their… Continue Reading “Vaccine Management Consultant opportunities”

Consultant Travel – Covid Home & Airport testing options

With state restrictions and client testing requirements, Covid-19 testing has become essential for continued consultant travel. Having just completed my first business travel in 9 months, I found two great options, home testing before travel and airport testing when returning home. Both provided an… Continue Reading “Consultant Travel – Covid Home & Airport testing options”

Consulting in 2020 – a few hard lessons learned

2021 is finally here! I’m excited to be back online writing and sharing ideas with my fellow consultant friends and colleagues. We are stepping into the New Year with months of lessons learned from coping with quarantine, handling travel restrictions, offering services remotely, and… Continue Reading “Consulting in 2020 – a few hard lessons learned”

How have you Adopted to working from home?

Hard to believe it’s been exactly 6 months ago today since my last work trip and flight.  It was a quick client visit in San Francisco to kick off an Epic go-live.  Then, like a flip of the switch, all travel was canceled due… Continue Reading “How have you Adopted to working from home?”

How will Covid19 Impact your Travel Plans for Work or Fun in 2020? A quick survey…

Companies around the world have sent their employees home, closed their offices, and grounded their traveling staff. Remote efforts are in full swing and clients are depending on creative, urgent, impactful solutions for patients and physicians a like. The countless press releases and articles… Continue Reading “How will Covid19 Impact your Travel Plans for Work or Fun in 2020? A quick survey…”

Consultants Need to be Prepared for Alternate Client Support Work

We are in a state of emergency. There is no doubt that every industry is being impacted worldwide. For those of us who travel regularly, we are seeing empty airports and planes. Masked passengers and reduced services to protect us from getting sick. But… Continue Reading “Consultants Need to be Prepared for Alternate Client Support Work”

Know your State Rules and Request your Absentee Ballot Early

Voting season is upon us, and our participation is absolutely essential this year. Many of us travel weekly which impedes on our ability to go to our assigned polling location. The good news is that regardless of what state you live in, there is… Continue Reading “Know your State Rules and Request your Absentee Ballot Early”

How to Plan Your Attack of HIMSS Exhibit Hall and Sessions

With just over 1,400 exhibitors and an attendance of 42,000 healthcare professionals, you really have to be ready with a plan of attack. Whether you are attending as an exhibitor, speaker, member, or first time newbie…we are all facing challenges with how best to… Continue Reading “How to Plan Your Attack of HIMSS Exhibit Hall and Sessions”

EHR Opportunities Exploding Internationally while Managed Services Grows in the US

As I watch so many of my colleagues take long term International engagements, it dawned on me that we are seeing two opposite spectrums of opportunities being presented to us. The first is remote, work from home or office, in Managed Services offerings including… Continue Reading “EHR Opportunities Exploding Internationally while Managed Services Grows in the US”

The Best and Worst Airlines of 2019 Report is Out…No Surprises

It’s that time of year again, and once again Delta takes top spot while both United and American fall last, again. How does Allegiant and Spirit score better than American? I don’t consider either of those real contenders…so let’s just pretend they are not… Continue Reading “The Best and Worst Airlines of 2019 Report is Out…No Surprises”