Consulting magazine named Elaine Remmlinger, a senior partner at management consulting firm Kurt Salmon, one of its Top 25 Consultants of 2012.
With more than 30 years of experience advising the nation’s leading hospitals and health systems on information technology planning, vendor selection, contract negotiation and implementation oversight, Remmlinger was recognized for Excellence in Healthcare.
“We’re very proud of Elaine’s recognition as one of the country’s leading health care experts,” said Andy Bachrodt, managing partner of Kurt Salmon’s Health Care Group. “Elaine’s passion for her work and her deep knowledge of health care information technology help her provide outstanding client service and develop innovative solutions to the industry’s most complex challenges.”
Remmlinger has played a pivotal role in growing Kurt Salmon’s Health Care IT Practice, which she led for more than a decade. She has led more than 750 engagements for more than 200 clients, some of whom she has worked with for more than 20 years.
“Year after year, I continue to be most proud of my longstanding client relationships,” Remmlinger said. “This is a particularly challenging time for the health care industry. Health care reform has necessitated that providers reexamine business plans, become more efficient and effective, and explore new strategic partnerships and care delivery models. Information technology has become an essential tool to meet these new demands. We help clients plan and execute strategies to meet these challenges today and into the future.”
Elaine has served as a board member for the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives and on the editorial boards of hfm Magazine and the Journal of Healthcare Information Management. Elaine also served on Kurt Salmon’s board of directors. She is a frequent speaker at industry conferences and events.