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Denise Byers talks about her new job at Medxcel

by Loren Bonner, DOTmed News Online Editor | June 12, 2013

DMN: What are some of your goals in your new position?
DB: One: Form partnerships with vendors to optimize cost and decrease the time it takes to get parts and services to our clinical engineering teams at our partner hospitals.

Two: Remove any waste in our current processes that inhibit our ability to serve our customer while developing new processes that drive and support sustainable and scalable growth.

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Three: Be a leader in health care's global transformation.

DMN: What role do you see Medxcel playing in the changing health care environment?
DB: I see Medxcel expanding the leadership role it enjoys today in health care. Medxcel is a strategic partner to forward-thinking hospitals. It has enjoyed tremendous growth because the partnership allows hospitals to focus on what they do best; deliver excellent patient care while Medxcel is focused on what we do best; ensure medical equipment is maintained at an optimum level thereby allowing hospitals to deliver excellent patient care.

DMN: What excites you most about the industry these days?
DB: Health care is in a transformative stage and it is exciting to be an author and influencer of the next generation health care. During my automotive career I was privileged to be an active participant in that industry's value chain transformation while working for the OEM Ford Motor company. The automotive industry today produces vehicles with dramatic improvements in both quality levels and feature content compared to vehicles produced 25 years ago while keeping vehicle pricing relatively flat. This is the challenge and opportunity for health care in the future.

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