Infographic: Preparing for Patient Engagement

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To learn more about patient engagement, read the Executive Briefing on our Web site.

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About Molly Oehmichen

Molly joined ECG Management Consultant’s Healthcare IT practice in 2012. She has 5 years of experience with eClinicalWorks EHR/PM systems and a broad suite of add-on products, including Patient Portal, eClinicalMessenger, eBO, and eHX. Her consulting experience includes implementing new databases, integrating physicians and practices into live infrastructure, customizing and optimizing live databases, creating analytics and data migration strategies, interface management, and extensive vendor management. Molly has been involved in multiple eCW projects, including identifying and implementing meaningful use work flows for live practices, implementing a large number of ambulatory practices on individual databases, and implementing a broad range of specialties into a single hospital-managed database. Molly is certified by the American Society for Quality as a Six Sigma Green Belt, which guides her focus on quality and efficiency in work flow analysis and optimization. She received her master’s degree in business administration from the University of New Orleans and her bachelor of science degree in biomedical engineering from Tulane University.

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