Embracing an Open-Mind For Success with Sepi Browning
Sepi is a Healthcare Management Professional with 30+ years of successful leadership in a variety of roles, with 16 of those years in healthcare information technology. Her in-depth experience offers operational, project, and change management leadership within a healthcare environment spanning the entire Revenue Cycle workflow in both an inpatient and outpatient setting.
She is very effective in the full life cycle of project management while maintaining an understanding of the operational needs of the areas the project is impacting. Her expertise range from implementing numerous health delivery projects focused on clinical, revenue, and technical arenas, involving system selection, procurement, workflow analysis, workflow documentation, and workflow process improvement, configuration and development, testing, reporting, training, activation, launch, and production support, and creation of policy and procedures for daily operations.
She is a proven team facilitator and effective team member with a personal mission to effectively support her users in prioritizing all the Information Technology needs and manage an operational roadmap with an effective governance process.
Here in Episode #135 Sepi starts our show with a leadership mindset encouraging us to be open to new opportunities. As a recent HIMSS Global Chapter Leader of the Year, Sepi shares how she’s managed a 30+ year career in the healthcare industry; and introduces us to a number of specialized areas of healthcare IT professional certifications. Sepi gives us a dark moment story on how personal intimidation guided her into her career path.
Sepi shares how she leverages honesty, support, and humor for bringing teams together. She shares a career aha moment, continuing in the theme of being open to new opportunities. As an IT professional Sepi gives an official nod to Emergency Management as an area of focus that she would love to see project management and quality professional’s plugin more with. Sepi highlights a growing collaborative locally in Georgia known as the Innovation Crescent. And she shares how building a personal brand centered on being reliable will go far with both current and future teams.
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