Consultant Spotlight: Alisa Leamy

Posted Posted in Honeydew Spotlight

Our Consultant Spotlight series is an opportunity to better meet our team at Honeydew Consulting. Having joined Honeydew in 2019 with her first role in the consulting industry, Alisa has quickly developed into a recognized expert in field of Beaker lab reporting and is now an important part of the management team at Honeydew. Areas […]

Honeydew Consulting is 4 Years Old!

Posted Posted in blog

Another year has passed, and Honeydew Consulting has officially become 4 years old! While Honeydew has continued to experience unprecedented growth, the past year has been a very trying time not only for the healthcare industry as a whole, but also the entire world. As such, it has been imperative to streamline lab testing workflows, […]

Explain to Me – Beaker Charging – Charge Bundler

Posted Posted in blog

For those who have experience with Epic Beaker, you will know that being knowledgeable in Beaker requires extensive application and integrated knowledge to be successful. This is because laboratories are not only integral in medical decision making, but also is specialized compared to other departments, such as laboratory billing. As such, it is paramount that […]

Traveling During a Pandemic – What to Expect

Posted Posted in blog

With vaccines distribution starting to ramp up, we are starting to slowly get back to traveling both for work and pleasure after a challenging pandemic year. A year in which many of us transitioned from frequently traveling to our client sites to being fully remote. However, even with things starting to take a turn for […]

Epic Beaker Build: Score-based Rules – Flagging Complex MDROs

Posted Posted in blog

In this month’s edition of the Honeydew Consulting Blog, we wanted to take some time to highlight some interesting and helpful build being done by one of our owner/consultants, Jack Ho. Along with UC Davis Health, Jack has developed a microbiology use-case for flagging complex multi-drug resistant organisms (MDROs) using score-based rules. MDROs are important […]