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Mimi El-Messidi

As Manager of Implementation, Mimi ensures that symplr programs are a success for healthcare facilities and their staff from the very first day onward. With over ten years in healthcare project management including EHR implementations, Mimi approaches each project with the customer’s best interest in mind, from developing comprehensive project plans to ensuring that training is meaningful and effective. Mimi holds a Masters degree in Public Health with a Healthcare Management focus from UT Houston School of Public Health and a Bachelors in Psychology and Medical Ethics from UT Austin. Ultimately, Mimi helps symplr customers be successful and guides them to ensure their symplr credentialing program drives compliance, ensures security, and reduces risk.

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Hospital Safety | Hospital Security | supply chain | best practices | vendor management

How to determine your vendor credentialing requirements

By: Mimi El-Messidi
July 18th, 2019

Just getting started with vendor credentialing? Find out how to determine the requirements that are best for you. We’ve all heard the adage, “If something’s not broken, don’t fix it.” In some cases that can be good advice. However, if you’re a supply chain manager without a vendor credentialing program in place to ensure the safety of staff, patients and visitors, it’s important to understand that by the time there’s a problem, it’s often too late to fix it.

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