What Are You Thankful For? Blog Feature
Melissa Outlaw

By: Melissa Outlaw on November 27th, 2013

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What Are You Thankful For?

Medical Staff Services | Healthcare | Healthcare Provider Credentialing

Medical Staff Services, HealthcareAs we prepare for Thanksgiving and reflect on 2013, the team at Medkinetics would like to share our 'THANKS' for so many blessings.

We’re thankful for freedom, friends and family. We’re thankful for our co-workers and for you - our clients, colleagues, and partners! We work in an industry that impacts so many and we are grateful for the opportunity to have a positive influence.

This past year, we've worked hand in hand with so many of you; whether through our client webinar series, new implementations, onsite trainings, help desk interactions, at conferences as well as all of you we've met virtually through our blogs, white papers and video content! Either way - we feel so blessed to do what we do while working with YOU - we also give thanks for our opportunity to collaboratively make a positive difference in the healthcare industry, especially during a time of monumental change and fluctuation.

So today - as you're having baked turkey, fried turkey, tofurkey, turducken ... or something completely different, please remember to take a moment and count your blessings as well … we will be counting all of you among ours!! Happy Thanksgiving!!


About Melissa Outlaw

Melissa Outlaw is a Vice President, Customer Success with symplr. Melissa and her team assist clients in learning and implementing our provider management software - credentialing, privileging, peer review, quality and event reporting applications. She supports clients in benchmarking current internal practices, identifying potential efficiencies, then driving the integration of technology with process improvement to reduce time of service and operating expenses. She works extensively with decentralized, multi-facility organizations in transitioning to a shared service center as well as assisting healthcare organizations bridge the gap between procedures performed by a provider and their privileges granted.