The applications of remote patient monitoring are nearly endless, from assessing blood pressure or blood oxygen levels (often an early COVID-19 indicator), to monitoring diabetes or breathing issues. While no one is suggesting…
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Healthcare Technology Vision & Strategy
Innovate across industries through new and efficient ways to optimize efficiencies, reduce patient throughput, and expand patient access to drive better business results
Healthcare Alignment & Operational Maturity
Achieve industry competitiveness and operational maturity through the alignment of objectives and key results as well as key performance indicators.
Change Management & System Adoption
Maintain responsiveness through adaptation around agile methodologies to meet the rapid pace of innovation.
Unbiased support through technologically-agnostic professionals driven to use the right tools for the right reasons.
Organizational Transformation to Support Innovation
Improve your company’s culture through focused discovery, measureable reviews, and targeted feedback.
PMO Development & Program Management
Lead successful change management through effective standardization, improved processes, and rapid innovation.
Compliance & Risk Management
Reduce negative risk, capture positive opportunities, and meet industry specifications through tailored discovery, targeted forecasting, and holistic planning
Why Work with Think?
Think’s team of experienced healthcare transition/transformation experts improve performance, turning risk into opportunities with strategies that drive value. We have the experience.
We’re your wingman. We build and implement programs in close partnership with your leadership, so you remain in control of the solution ensuring a smooth transition to a new operating model and/or technology infrastructure.
We understand the future of healthcare and the day-to-day, technology systems, compliance, risk management, and team alignment to big-picture outcomes to get you there.
Healthcare Management Consulting Team
Visionary leader with solid grasp of the relationships among revenue growth, operations, technology, product development, and sales functions. Seasoned leader of technology initiatives in healthcare with 20+ years of experience. Former member of the Technology Innovation Committee for Johns Hopkins Hospitals.
Virna Elly, MS, PMP, CSM, ERSD SME
Healthcare IT focused leader with 15+ years of success managing application, system, and process transformation and modernization. Skilled in aligning business goals with technology solutions to drive process improvements, managing complex multi-year IT projects, and, patient engagement with subject matter expertise in End-Stage Renal Disease. Former Patient Advisory Committee Chair for ESRD Network 5 and current member of the Forum of ESRD Networks’ Kidney Patient Advisory Committee.
Jeffrey Berenholtz, MHA, PMP
Known as an innovative thinker and ambassador for the healthcare industry, Jeff holds a Masters in Hospital Administration and has over ten years of experience leading large scale healthcare operations, technology, and team development projects. He is a highly creative problem solver who excels at guiding teams through challenging projects on time, within budget and within scope.
Scott Klinger, M.B.A.
Healthcare Technical Product Manager with 12+ years experience working with integrated health systems and health plans. Subject matter expertise in Population Health Management, Care Management, Utilization Management, Value-Based Wellness Incentive Programs.
Ben Adrian, M.B.A.
Project manager and business analyst with 5+ years of experience implementing healthcare software (system architecture, data integration/system interfaces, application customization) in large hospital systems, hospital outpatient departments, clinics, and private practices. Expertise in upgrading and/or cutover from previous versions of systems including Epic, Cerner, Meditech, and custom developed systems.
By: Jeff Berenholtz, MHA, PMP 2021 is almost here and what is the big item on healthcare organizations’ minds? The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Price Transparency mandate and whether or…