RoundTable Expands Support for Established Epic IDN to Include Direct Hire and Consulting

Having successfully facilitated multiple Epic Patient Access Analyst FTE placements for a North East established Epic IDN through its Direct Hire division, RoundTable was selected to provide supplemental support for the team through Epic Patient Access Consulting.  Competing Epic optimization and enhancement projects had overextended a successful Epic Patient Access team within a complex environment.  RoundTable’s Epic Patient Access Analyst Consultant will leverage expertise within patient access workflows, best practices, and Epic-specific functionality to alleviate bandwidth strain and allow for on-time completion across numerous projects.

“RoundTable’s ability to succeed in offering both Epic Direct Hire and Epic Consulting resources allows us to holistically support our clients.  We are actively partnered with them to fill gaps on their team, whether short or long-term, without limitation,” advises Lauren Rosenthal, Director of Delivery & Operations.

RoundTable Welcomes Rachael Battin to the Team as Consulting Practice Recruiter

Rachael Battin joins the RoundTable team as a Consulting Practice Recruiter.  In her role, she will be responsible for recruiting, screening and credentialing candidates, maintaining and fostering relationships with consultants, and overseeing organizational development and change management strategies.

“As a seasoned recruiter and contract manager, Rachael brings more than 21 years of leadership experience in the healthcare, risk adjustment and staffing services industries to our growing team of professionals.  Her ability to uniquely strategize and establish relationships with consultants is one of her many assets, and why we knew she was the perfect fit for our Resource Management Consulting division,” said Kyle Swarts, Senior Vice President and Partner, RoundTable Strategic Solutions.  “We’re excited to share Rachael’s capabilities and expertise with our clients in an effort to successfully achieve their specific resource needs in a quality, time-efficient manner.”

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