The Weary Traveler: My Travel Magnet Collection

I’d always dreamed of a job that allowed me to travel. So during my interview with HCIM, when they asked how I felt about traveling 80-100% of the time as a consultant, I said that I’d love to. I was surprised when they responded, “be careful what you wish for!”

I soon began collecting a magnet for every airport I flew through while traveling to client sites. Each time I’m assigned to a new project, I look forward to the new magnet that I can proudly display on my fridge. My work has taken me to places I thought I would never see and places that I would love to visit again.

I feel very fortunate to be a consultant with HCIM and I love working with fantastic clients and colleagues in such a challenging and rewarding industry. But I must admit, the excitement and novelty of flying wore off 23 airports, quite a few delays and hundreds of security screenings ago, but it sure beats driving!

My first project was in Seattle.

My next project took me to Pasadena, CA.

Then on to the fabulous Las Vegas.

My latest magnet is from Houston, TX.

My favorite magnet is from Milwaukee.

As you can see, I'm running out of space on my fridge!

About HCIM

Since 2000, HealthCare Information Management, Inc. (HCIM) has delivered expert consulting services and robotic automation tools for small to mid-sized healthcare payer and managed care organizations. Our concierge consulting services include everything from core claims system procurement to go live, including configuration, migration, upgrades, reporting, benefits and fee schedules, user training, and project resourcing. We also offer strategic consulting in the areas of value based payments, population health, medical management, medical loss analysis and recovery, care management, provider contract modeling, data analytics, and business process reengineering/analysis.

1 comment on “The Weary Traveler: My Travel Magnet Collection

  1. Amy – I love looking at your magnets. It reminds me of all the places that I have traveled to. We have several cities in common. Be safe on your future travels. Thanks …. Mike

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