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We can’t wait to see what’s in store for 2019!


Upcoming Events

Happy Birthday!
January 13 - Bill McCully
January 20 - Steve Cutter
February 12 - Wayne Klingelsmith

MSL Vitals

In the month of December MSL served 14 clients.
Thanks for all your hard work!


Mission Stories

Real comments and stories from the real impact we’re making!

A note from a retiring Patton nurse consultant:
”I wish you and your team well ...  MSL is the classiest, most  professional, and smartest group of engineers I’ve worked with.”

A thank you from University of Maryland Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital:
It was a pleasure working with Bruce and Kathleen.  They were very knowledgeable and great with the staff.”

Congratulations again to Sue!
You all know that Sue received the President’s Award at last summer’s ASHE conference. HFM Magazine is publishing a great article with her in the edition coming out later this month. Don’t miss it!

 
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New in Technology

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Slack is our new internal communication platform that will make our communication easier and more secure. Early in January you should have received an email that invited you to join the MSL Slack group. Thanks to everyone who has already gotten their account set up. If you haven’t yet accepted that invitation, or if you never received it, please send John Mitchell a note via email (for now) at jmitchell@mslhealthcare.com. Below is a quick video that will give you a little bit better understanding of how it works.

In 2019 we will be following up on our conversation from our December meeting with intentional efforts to better care for the digital identity and sensitive data that we all have a responsibility to protect for both MSL and our customers. As part of that effort, we will take a moment during these staff newsletters to keep you aware of the ever changing cybersecurity world with videos and articles that will help give you perspective as you represent MSL. The following video is a simple explanation of the problem with the internet, email, and security.