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Mark Wechsler


 

Recent Posts

Bridge the Gap Between IT and the Business with WAVES

Posted on December 3, 2019 by Mark Wechsler

At ConvergeOne, every collaboration engagement follows the WAVES Methodology. The first step is a Workshop that helps our customers take an “outside-in” view of their environment. In other words, the Workshop allows our customers to first view the expectations from the end user’s point of view (the “outside”) and subsequently consider the technology’s capabilities (the “in”) being provided to meet the end user’s expectations. This outside-in approach works equally well for all user-facing services like customer experience (CX) and unified communications (UC).

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An Overview of ConvergeOne’s WAVES Methodology for Collaboration

Posted on October 15, 2019 by Mark Wechsler

At ConvergeOne, WAVES is our proprietary Methodology that guides each and every one of our collaboration engagements. WAVES is an acronym, with each letter representing a specific phase of the methodology. Each phase provides a specific contribution to the final outcome, which is a recommended solution that is tailored to the customer’s business and technology needs. The WAVES phases, which must be executed in order, are:

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Leveraging Technology to Simplify Healthcare Processes

Posted on August 6, 2019 by Mark Wechsler

Open telecommunication architectures enable integration with leading healthcare application vendors. Architectures such as Avaya Aura™ enable electronic health record and revenue cycle management systems to be augmented with state-of-the-art contact center and telecommunication solutions, simplifying interactions between patients, business users, and clinical professionals. Their unified communication capabilities assure reliable and secure messaging across the user community regardless of an individual’s role or responsibilities.

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Supercharging Healthcare Revenue Cycles

Posted on July 9, 2019 by Mark Wechsler

Today, closed-loop, synchronous communication solutions are increasingly used for notification, messaging, and information access. By assuring information is received and acted upon, they make an important contribution toward reducing revenue leakage and improving service delivery in areas such as:

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The Cost of Communication Inefficiencies in Healthcare

Posted on June 13, 2019 by Mark Wechsler

Healthcare mergers and acquisitions are forcing providers to develop cohesive approaches to managing the patient journey. Attention is increasingly being given to ways in which seamless access to information for both patients and providers can be accommodated for the purpose of streamlining patient access services and care delivery processes. As the consolidation trend continues (healthcare M&A was at a record level in 2017 and continued through 2018), the need to establish highly effective patient/provider communication services is increasingly important – especially when you consider the amount of money that is lost due to communication inefficiencies.

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Meeting Increasingly Sophisticated Healthcare Patient Expectations

Posted on May 14, 2019 by Mark Wechsler

The position of healthcare providers and their interactions with patients throughout the patient care journey are evolving rapidly. Technology-savvy consumers accustomed to self-service and digital interactions expect healthcare providers to supply easily accessible, interactive patient services 24/7/365. The increasingly complex healthcare provider landscape is compounding the problem as medical facilities look for new ways to attract and support patients and to drive efficiencies and revenue in areas such as patient scheduling, referrals, wellness management, and payments.

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