Greetings from Phoenix

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This week Kevin Campbell and I had the opportunity to be in the unfortunately-not-so-sunny-or-warm Phoenix area for the AHA Rural Health Conference. I say that so that those of you Midwesterners don’t need to hate on us for “escaping the cold.”

We had some good conversations with many people from small rural and critical access hospitals around the country. I also had the opportunity to get on a podcast talking about some of our work in patient experience and data analytics in those communities!

This is why Kevin (and our team and everyone else in my life) doesn’t believe that I am an introvert and it’s also why my children are constantly mortified by my “talking to random strangers!” You see, I’m not sure that the team hosting the podcast intended to feature any fellow vendors at all but as our booth neighbors, I convinced them to let me warm up the mic for the day!

Check it out here!

Janiece Gray

Janiece Gray

I began my career as a social worker and later, with my Master of Health Administration (MHA), directed operations at Allina Health in Minnesota. I later directed patient experience at Allina. My background and experience give me strengths in approaching healthcare opportunities and challenges through a systems lens – with unique strengths, challenges and activation points. My experience is also informed by leadership roles leading performance improvement in patient-centered care and patient experience departments. Working in the client role with healthcare consulting firms inspired me to address some unmet needs in the industry, and to co-found DTA Associates. I have a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, and find that the discipline of practice translates to healthcare work very well.

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