Dare to Ask What If for Health IT

As Stoltenberg prepares for our HIMSS14 Conference appearance, we’d like to share with you our promotional campaign. Yesterday, we announced a new campaign designed to promote the company’s capabilities in HIT consulting. The What If For Health IT? campaign poses a series of questions that address ideal scenarios to solving IT problems that ultimately lead to increased productivity and financial performance, and improved care.

Stoltenberg Consulting created the What If? campaign with the hopes of engaging the industry to dare to ask how we can achieve HIT’s future.

Find out more about What If here: http://prn.to/1lywkY3

Join us to ask What If by tweeting questions to #WhatIf4HIT.

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Examples of questions are:
What if small changes had multi-million dollar savings?
What if you knew the departments causing A/R delays?
What if clinicians had information for decisions before needing it?
What if patient wait times could be tracked across the enterprise?
What if you knew the most cost effective way to deliver service?

Whatever your question, tweet with hashtag #WhatIf4HIT to help Stoltenberg or share the campaign release announcement on social media via LinkedIn, Facebook, etc.

The vision behind Stoltenblog from the woman behind Stoltenberg

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First of all, let me start by welcoming you to the Stoltenblog. Thank you for taking the time to explore our new venture in social media. As our first of many blog posts to come, I would like to take this opportunity to explain the vision behind both Stoltenberg Consulting and the Stoltenblog.

In 1995, I started Stoltenberg Consulting with over 30 years of experience in the HIT field, striving to uphold the motto to simplify healthcare technology. Since then, Stoltenberg has grown to be a leading healthcare IT consulting firm and Inc. 5000 company, serving over 200 healthcare organizations. With our expert team of IT consultants and years of strategic market insight, we strive to provide clients with new approaches to professional services. While we are truly dedicated to our clients and their individual needs, we also are focused on impacting the HIT industry as a whole. In our recent endeavors like our Junior Consulting Program or ACHIEVE Community Best Practice Model, we’ve demonstrated innovation and willingness to take risks toward building a better future for HIT.

Continuing with our passion to solve tomorrow’s health issues, we’ve started the HIT Stoltenblog. Through the Stoltenblog, we will share the first-hand expertise and opinions of our dedicated Stoltenberg leadership team. Through our weekly blog posts we aim to express our industry thought leadership, and provide mentorship to young HIT professionals, but also shed light onto the driven individuals that are part of the Stoltenberg team.

As you visit our blog, feel free to check out the remainder of the site and links. As our blog grows, we welcome comments, suggestions, and service inquiries from our readers to be sent to blog@stoltenberg.com. Thank you again for joining us on this journey. We cannot wait for the HIT conversation to begin.

-Sheri Stoltenberg, CEO