NARUG 2021 Virtual Conference
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Watch Joe Alexander from Universal Health Services discuss how they were able to quickly troubleshoot clinician’s issues with PowerChart and Dragon Dictation...
Hear Joe Alexander, Sr. Software Architect at UHS, discuss the challenges of Health IT within their Cerner and Citrix environments when dealing with slow ses...
Joe Alexander, from Universal Health Services Inc., explains why they chose Goliath Technologies to proactively monitor and troubleshoot both Cerner RHO and ...
Hear Chris Vernaci, VP and Partner at Cerner, share why his clients use Goliath to obtain greater visibility into the clinician experience to quickly isolate...

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