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    Hello world!

    Welcome to Healthcare IT Connect —

    Our goal of the blog is to create a space where healthcare IT or business leads can come find the latest or best practical tips in managing project and implementation or participate in a discussion about healthcare IT.  The topics will range from healthcare IT technology to analytics and project management to healthcare leadership.

    Look for information, insights, and some humor in our posts on the Healthcare and Information Technology  industries.

    Thanks for tracking with us.

    Sincerely, McCormack Team

    Michael J. Allen, the President and Founder of McCormack Consultants, Inc., is an Information Technology/Business Professional who has been working in the Healthcare Industry since 2000. Michael founded McCormack based on an understanding that healthcare companies need usable and efficient technology to operate, but those companies are not in the implementation business. By creating a company that can guide and run implementations that are successful and allow companies to stay focused on their core business, he has found a way to utilize his skills and passions to make a difference in healthcare. He has worked in small and nationwide health plans at different levels from database administrator to Director of Support Services. His experience ranges from data analytics to database management to project management and he has been successful in creating efficient solutions with technology. He has the unique ability to understand the business processes within Healthcare while having a deep technical understanding and skill set. As one of McCormack’s Principal Consultants, Michael has served clients in various roles from report developer to technical consultant to technical implementation specialist to interface architect to overall project manager. Michael has a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Houston and is a Microsoft Certified Database Administrator and Systems Administrator and is currently pursuing his MBA from Lewis University.

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