James Wee has been working specifically as a healthcare IT consultant for almost two decades but he wields a full 35 years of deep experience in the industry. He has contributed to countless assignments over the years, most frequently working on EHR implementation projects at large Integrated Delivery Networks (IDN).
As a consultant, James is dependable, innovative, and results-oriented. He uses his generous industry know-how to mentor those who are still learning how to navigate the healthcare IT landscape. A self-described people person, James prides himself on his superior cross-functional communication skills and aptitude for relationship building. He is most proud of the work he did as a major contributor for a highly successful EHR implementation which spanned 29 hospitals over its seven-year duration.
James’ myriad professional strengths include his extensive knowledge of and experience with healthcare revenue cycle management; his ability to quickly assess business conditions and identify issues and opportunities for process improvement; and project management of large- to small-enterprise level projects in complex environments.
Outside of his professional life, James enjoys spending his time volunteering at his church, going on mission trips, golfing, listening to music, and doing chores at home. James and his wife currently reside in Seattle, Washington. They are the proud parents of two daughters and one son.
James is an accomplished healthcare IT professional with over three decades of rich experience driving progress in complex matrix organizations.
His impressive resume summarizes experience in revenue cycle workflow optimization, project planning, system migration and modernization, EHR implementation, training, and team building, just to name a few items. His particular areas of expertise include EHR/EMR project management, change management, data analytics and migration, system integration, Enterprise Master Person/Patient Index (EMPI) or identity management, supply chain, and HL7 interface standards.