Last Month I had the honor of joining Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Association (VHHA) for the New Virginia Hospital Executive Orientation in Richmond, Virginia. This two-day program, hosted annually by VHHA, welcomes new hospital and health system executives who recently started positions in the state.
In an age of instant gratification, consumers expect convenience, access, and ease from the companies they do business with. But in healthcare, this can be hard to find. Knowing that access and convenience are so important, how can we remove the friction and unify the healthcare experience?
National Women’s Health Week serves as a reminder for all women to make their health a priority. At Envera Health, women’s health is especially important to us. Eighty percent of our workforce are women including four female executives. And it’s because of the incredible women we’ve had in our lives – moms, aunts, teachers and friends, that we’ve become the hard-working, talented and compassionate team that we have here at Envera Health.
Here at Envera Health, our mission is to help providers deliver better experiences and build stronger, loyal relationships with their patients. Last month I had the opportunity to attend NICE inContact’s Interactions conference, a three-day event focused on how industry leaders are improving customer support and success in their contact centers.