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New IT Staffing Company Aims to Meet Implementation Demand

March 30, 2010
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Recently launched Source88 (Orlando, Fla.) is offering what it says is a novel idea to hospitals in need of IT implementation staff: trained professionals at $88 an hour.

The company specializes in providing hospitals with highly trained healthcare IT consultants specializing in implementation of Cerner Millennium, eClinicalWorks and Allscripts, in addition to project administration, building/testing, go-live support, research and training, it says.

According to the company, it deploys expertly trained and focused team members who immerse themselves in complex, detailed engagements. The company’s founders are Lindsey Jarrell, a former health system CIO and Scott Kizer, a former healthcare attorney.

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