An Inside Look into the Lives of Huntzinger Consultants
“I am a Delivery Manager and Management Consultant. As a consultant I provide project management services to clients and fulfill other needs. As a Delivery Manager, I onboard, support and oversee a team of experienced consultants.”
Time at Huntzinger
“I started working at Huntzinger as an independent contractor in January 2014 and became a full-time employee in March of 2015.”
Time in Healthcare IT
“I began working in healthcare IT in 2007 as a systems analyst in the IT department at a local hospital. Once my husband retired, I wanted a job where I could be mobile and travel, so I became a consultant.”
What Was Your Most Recent Assignment?
“I’ve been working at Beebe Healthcare since June as the interim Director of Clinical Informatics. I’ve recently taken on additional responsibilities in the Clinical Education Department at Beebe.”
What is Your Domain Strength?
“Being a registered nurse is my biggest strength. I use it to bridge the clinical and technical aspects of the work for our clients – kind of like being a translator to get the job done. My RN skills have been vital while working in the healthcare IT side of the business. The IT department doesn’t always understand the clinical side of projects, so I help them to look at things from a clinical perspective to guide their IT work and make it valuable to clinicians.”
What are Your Hobbies?
“I love to be in the outdoors with my family, whether it’s camping, swimming, fishing, kayaking or anything else. Being near water feeds my soul, and I also love photography. My husband and I live in Maine during the summer and fall to enjoy the weather and outdoors, and live in Florida during the winter and spring.”
What Do You Enjoy Most About Being a Huntzinger Consultant?
“I really like the people at Huntzinger. They are an exceptional group of people who I admire both professionally and personally. I feel appreciated and respected for the work I do, and I like the opportunities they’ve given me for my professional growth.”