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Critical Lessons Learned in Healthcare IT- Published in The Journal for Quality and Participation

February 25

Article Excerpt

Organizations with mature Quality Management Systems, where lessons learned have been fed back to continually improve their standardized yet flexible processes, can accelerate large IT…

Bill Barton

Bill Barton
Program Manager and Business Process Improvement Senior Analyst

Dr. Barton is a Program Manager and Business Process Improvement Senior Analyst, at Whitney Bradley and Brown (WBB) Consulting. Dr. Barton is a senior leader pertaining to Quality Management, Quality Assurance, Quality Systems, Document Management, Records Management and business IT solutions. Currently, he is supporting the Veterans Health Administration (VHA)—the largest integrated healthcare system in the U.S. with a budget of $53 billion—on their ICD- 10 initiative. Dr. Barton has over 30 years of Quality Assurance and Improvement experience spanning industry, government, biotechnology, and healthcare domains. He has held senior and executive quality assurance positions for over 20 years in FDA regulated industry. Dr. Barton is the Chair of the Human Development Leadership Division of the Global Voice of Quality (ASQ) where he contributes to member value by taking a leading role in providing division webinars, primers, newsletter articles and developing a body of knowledge in human development and leadership.


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