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Huntzinger Congratulates Organizations Recognized as the 2017 ‘Most Wired’

These organizations demonstrate their excellence in information technology.

Huntzinger Management Group is pleased to congratulate healthcare organizations that have been named to the 2017 “Most Wired” list published by Hospitals & Health Networks magazine.

“Being named to the Most Wired list is a milestone for organizations as it showcases those that have not only achieved a high level of IT adoption, but are also leveraging technology to meet their strategic goals,” said William Reed, Huntzinger Executive Vice President and Partner.

Topics: Announcements

CIO Chat - Mike Maksymow, Beebe Healthcare

This is a guest post provided by Mike Maksymow, CIO of Beebe Healthcare. Huntzinger periodically invites its clients and partners to contribute to The Huntzinger Blog.

Beebe Healthcare, Lewes, Del.

Time in Healthcare
About 20 years. I started as a part-time computer operator printing green-bar reports.

Time as a CIO
A little over four years

Time in Current Role
A little over four years

Topics: CIO Chat

Consultant's Corner - Sean Apanovich

An Inside Look into the Lives of Huntzinger Consultants

Management Consultant and Delivery Manager
“As a management consultant I perform data analytics and IT project management services for our clientele.  As a delivery manager, I establish and oversee Huntzinger’s administrative expectations for a team of talented, experienced consultants.”

Time at Huntzinger
Almost seven years (joined August 2010)

Time in Healthcare IT
10-plus years, including experience on both the insurance and provider sides of the healthcare industry.

Topics: Consultant's Corner

What Works - Technology Transformation Drives Patient Care Improvements and Boosts Clinician Satisfaction

Gaylord Specialty Healthcare

Gaylord Specialty Healthcare is a 137-bed long-term acute-care hospital (LTACH) located in Wallingford, Conn. Gaylord specializes in medical management and rehabilitation for patients who suffer from acute illnesses, chronic disabilities, or traumatic accidents. The average inpatient length-of-stay at Gaylord is typically 25 days due to the severity of the conditions being treated. Both inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services are offered to support the needs of patients through every stage of recovery.

Topics: What Works Series