“If you want to go fast, go alone … if you want to go far, find a group.”
For the past 34 years, Practice Today has been traveling alone. Since 1983, our small company has only had one or two employees. However, we have assisted over two thousand practices with their software needs. One client has been with us for over 27 years.
We code almost everything ourselves, right here in the USA. We have managed to create an impressive piece of intellectual property. When you compare the depth and breath of our Practice Management software, you might think is was developed within a sizable corporation. It was not.
Practice Today would now like to go “far”, but for that we need a group. The culture of our small company requires that we not befriend just any group. We are looking for like minded people that believe in our mission, and who are willing to help us get there. We want a group of people who are willing to put their money where their mouth is.
We want a Board of Clinicians that will help us think, and plan for a disruptive innovation in healthcare informatics. We need input from clinicians who think outside of the box. You must tell us when your workflow requires too many clicks. You must tell us how to make your life easier.
We are going to create a Board in a new way. Most positions on corporate boards are by invitation. They usually come with a generous salary, considering the amount of time and effort involved. Our board will be different. Our Board members must pay to play. They must promise to play long and hard. That’s our culture.
Our prospective Board members must be involved with and vested in the outcome of Healthcare Informatics. Continue reading “Board”