With over 30 years in the Healthcare IT industry, you would be hard pressed to find someone with more experience than Sheryl Easter. She has performed in a variety of roles including Practice Director, Practice Manager, Delivery Manager, Senior Consultant, Senior Financial Analyst, Supervisor, Lead Biller/Collector and, most recently, Senior Practice Director for Morgan Hunter Healthcare.
Sheryl joined the Morgan Hunter Healthcare team in 2010 after working as an independent consultant.
“I came to Morgan Hunter Healthcare because I was impressed with the teamwork and camaraderie within the practices, as well as with our Sales & Recruiting teams,” she said.
Though the company culture is what attracted her to the position, it’s the expert consultants that have kept her with the organization.
“The consultants on the team are the most knowledgeable and most dedicated to the client’s that I have worked with,” she said. “Each week I read status reports and find the amount of work put in on a weekly basis shows a high quality of dedication.”
Over the years, Sheryl has witnessed multiple shifts in the Healthcare IT industry and predicts that things will continue to evolve.
“Healthcare IT will transition from a legacy system that focus on internal data repositories to a more collaborative model that integrates electronic health records (EHRs) and personal health records (PHRs) to improve quality, safety, and efficiency of patient care when fully implemented.”
When she isn’t in the office, Sheryl enjoys watching Broncos football and hitting country music hot spots.
“As a line dance instructor, country music is in my blood and my feet don’t stop moving,” she said. “I am a cowgirl at heart and attend every rodeo possible watching a few friends that are still on the circuit.”
Sheryl has experienced a lot in her career, but feels she has found a home with Morgan Hunter Healthcare.
“I feel as though I have finally found a team in which each individuals’ goals are recognized and an organization that stands behind achieving those goals.”