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

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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 […]

Happy 3 Years at Honeydew Consulting!

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Greetings from the entire Honeydew Consulting team. We would like to take this post to officially celebrate us becoming 3 this week! As we can all attest to, this year has been a challenging year. COVID-19 forced many of us to adapt to a new work environment riddled with uncertainty and the unknown. Like many […]

Demystify Epic Consulting – Things to Know Before Signing Your First Contract

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With more hospitals both implementing and using Epic as their primary EMR, there is a growing demand for experienced Epic consultants. However, upon indicating on LinkedIn that you are open to opportunities to consult, you’ll receive dozens of opportunities through various recruiters, all who mention that “you are a great fit,” which as a brand […]

Demystify Epic Consulting – Is Consulting Right for You? Things to Consider ​Before Making the Jump

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Navigating the world of Epic consulting can be daunting when you do not know how the industry works. You may find yourself feeling like you are not getting the best opportunity you can, along with not fully understanding how to maximize your opportunities without selling yourself short. We at Honeydew Consulting believe in empowering fellow […]

How to Better Improve Patient Safety Amid a Pandemic

COVID-19 Resource Dashboard – How to Better Improve Patient Safety Amid a Pandemic

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By now, all healthcare organizations are familiar with the impact of COVID-19 on our daily lives and healthcare system. In a study by Harvard Global Health Institute, unless quick and decisive action is taken to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, the U.S. hospitals could be overwhelmed by the massive influx of infected patients. Considering numerous […]