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Effective Project Management Tools for Your Healthcare Organization [Free Project Charter Available]

By | October 13, 2020

With spending more time at home and a much simpler life taking place over the past several months, all of those “we will get to that later” projects have finally gotten some attention. I am guessing that most people, like me, have realized that while this is great, things can get out of hand very…

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Connection, Communication & Compassion during COVID

By Katie Lynch | Chief Operating Officer | September 22, 2020

I just turned 40 a couple of weeks ago and as I have started to look back at the year, it still amazes me where we are at. Heading into what most states determine to be the fall season (I am in Arizona, so “Fall” is the excitement that we may only hit a high in…

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Setting Up Concierge Medicine Services to Contribute to Healthcare Improvements

By Dustin Miranda, CSSBB, CPHQ | Consultant | August 7, 2019

Concierge medicine gets a bad reputation for being an elitist service that only the affluent can afford. However, when implemented correctly, concierge medicine bridges the gap between high-quality, value-based healthcare and affordable access. While concierge medicine is not a new concept, it is being implemented in new ways thanks to advances in healthcare and technology….

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6 Signs You Need an EHR Consultant

By John Lynch | Chief Executive Officer | July 30, 2019

Everyone dislikes the current electronic health record system and no one on your staff knows how to manipulate the EHR tool to get it to do what your healthcare providers and support staff needs. Sound familiar? You are not alone. Setting up an EHR system is not a plug-and-play situation. In fact, each healthcare organization…

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Meet Our New Administrative Assistant: Madison Granger

By Katie Lynch | Chief Operating Officer | July 29, 2019

Earlier this year, my colleagues on the leadership team at John Lynch & Associates and I happened to meet an incredible young lady who we instantly knew we had to welcome into our organization. Team building and nurturing is a foundational pillar of our work at John Lynch & Associates. We look for the highest quality people who embody…

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Intentionally Growing the Future of Organizational Leadership

By John Lynch | Chief Executive Officer | June 25, 2019

Whether you are in a pivotal role of organizational leadership or you are leading a household of budding personalities, there is one thing we can all agree on: Our nation needs improved leadership. By now, you have heard about the meaning of leadership from the perspective of a key support staff member as well as the leadership philosophy…

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A Leadership Philosophy for All: Attitude Is Everything

By Katie Lynch | Chief Operating Officer | June 18, 2019

There is little in life that compares to the challenge of being a leader. Embodying the responsibility of leadership requires constant self-assessment and objective evaluation, which is why I have found immense value in adhering to a specific leadership philosophy to help me keep the path. Perhaps my Type A personality, desire to find order…

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Reverse-Engineering Leadership: What Leadership Is Not

By Jaime Dunagan | Director of Strategic Engagement & Business Development | June 11, 2019

Leadership. We hear the word thrown around quite a bit – and in countless different situations. From high school sports teams to politics and everything in between, we need leaders in our lives to guide the way the world is being shaped by our collective actions. In many cases, we learn what leadership is not before we ever…

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Schizophrenia – My Family’s Story of Untreated Mental Illness

By Jaime Dunagan | Director of Strategic Engagement & Business Development | May 13, 2019

A special thank you to my cousin and my mom for sharing their memories of my aunt and the scars it leaves on not only the person suffering but their loved ones as well. In our work with clients, the Operations team and I collaborate with behavioral health and integrated care facilities frequently. We often…

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The Role of a Healthcare IT Consultant

By Katie Lynch | Chief Operating Officer | April 28, 2019

What does the title “consultant” mean to you? For some people, a consultant is a guide who advises but remains hands-off when it comes to actual implementation. For others, a consultant is someone who swoops in to save the day. Working as a healthcare IT consultant for the past six years, I have seen the…

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Hospital Management Strategies for Improving Emergency Department Workflows: Part 2 – The Solution

By Katie Lynch | Chief Operating Officer | April 16, 2019

The risk is real. Failing to optimize your emergency department (ED) can cost more than the valuable time of your healthcare providers; it can also cost lives. As part of the hospital management team, you are responsible for caring for the health of your organization while your staff cares for patients. Many healthcare organizations shy…

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Hospital Management Strategies for Improving Emergency Department Workflows: Part 1 – The Real Threat

By Katie Lynch | Chief Operating Officer | April 9, 2019

The emergency department (ED) in your hospital is faced with unique circumstances that other areas of your healthcare organization do not have to take into account. While most healthcare departments operate on an appointment basis, the ED is, by definition, challenged with an unpredictable influx of patients – and your hospital management systems need to…

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