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Peer to Peer: How to Get Almost Anyone to Adopt New IT Projects

 Export to Your Calendar 8/10/2017
When: 08/10/2017
12:00 - 1:30pm ET
Where: United States


Online registration is available until: 8/9/2017
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Title: Narcissists, Drama Queens, Psychopaths & Zombies: How to Get Almost Anyone to Adopt New IT Projects

 

Description:

This webinar will explain why end users resist adopting new technology and actually prefer working in chaotic environments.  Failing to maximize your practice’s expensive IT investment can cost millions of dollars.  The costs rise when key stakeholders refuse or fail to use the software to maximize its potential return on investment. The speaker will explain how she achieved changes in workflows that involved difficult personalities and required the adoption of new technological processes. This webinar will focus extensively on how to identify and deal with difficult workers, de-bunk myths, and dial down the drama.

 

Learning Objectives:
     1. Recognize how to identify several personalities resistant to change.
     2. Learn many pointers in developing a change in workflow that can be monitored.
     3. Receive several examples of how to eliminate barriers to IT adoption.
     4. Learn several actionable tips to easily apply in your own practice.
     5. See how costly certain personalities add expense to their IT adoption.

 

Meet the Speaker


Mona Reimers has an MBA and is a Fellow of the American College of Medical Practice Executives, and a Certified Professional Coder. She is currently the Director of Administrative Operations for Ortho NorthEast. She is co-author of “Better Data, Better Decisions” and presents and writes articles on medical practice management. Mona has served on the Board of the AAOE, and on AAOE’s Government Affairs Committee. Mona has also served on the Indiana MGMA Board and as President MGMA, as an MGMA section leader and Government Affairs Chairperson. Mona volunteers for several local causes in her home town, Fort Wayne, Indiana

 

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