Ross Medical Education Center in Brighton, Michigan recently welcomed ModuleMD CEO Lloyd Williams to the campus to speak to students, faculty, staff, and alumni. Mr. Williams was invited by evening Medical Insurance Billing and Office Administration Instructor Tracey Krynak. According to the ModuleMD website, “ModuleMD is a healthcare technology company offering cloud based medical software, professional services, and consulting solutions to increase the efficiency, profitability, and quality of patient care.”
ModuleMD is well suited for all medical practices – no matter their size or specialty. The system has enhancements that help physicians with revenue management and flexible EMR modeling options. ModuleMD was created by physicians with over 50 years of combined medical experience who currently manage over 20 medical practices. The founding physicians saw the need for streamlining the workflow of clinical, operational, and financial performance while placing focus on patient care. Being physician based with a focus on solutions and not just software, ModuleMD adapts to the way a physician practices medicine while placing the focus on patient care and streamlining day-to-day administrative tasks for better efficiency.
Mr. Williams shared that medicine used to be just about patients, but it is now also about technology. He asked each student individually about their career ambitions and stressed the importance of having a plan. Mr. Williams highlighted the importance of networking and being prepared. The CEO also discussed the importance of interviewing skills. Crystal Whittaker, a current student in the Medical Assistant program, commented that “the speech was very helpful and taught me a lot about interviews and resumes.” Chelsea Elmer, an evening Medical Assistant student, has aspirations of continuing her education in the medical field after she earns her certificate. She said it was a “great lecture” while her classmate Summer Zielke commented, “he was very intelligent and nice, informative and helpful.”
Ross Medical Insurance Billing and Office Administration program alumnus Nick Cotter attended the presentation at the invitation of Ms. Krynak, his former Instructor at Ross in Brighton. He came to learn more about the opportunities available in his profession. Nick commented that he “always enjoys coming back and visiting with my Instructor and classmates.”