Tracy Vayo

Tracy Vayo joined Health Catalyst in 2014 as Director of Knowledge Development, bringing over 25 years of experience in various facets of healthcare and clinical writing and education. Immediately prior to her work at Health Catalyst, Tracy spent nearly 13 years directing the efforts of a clinical publication team at Intermountain Healthcare – creating innovative care process models, patient education, and implementation tools for clinical best practice improvement. Prior to that she directed multidisciplinary education programs at Primary Children’s Hospital and created and managed cardiac rehabilitation and wellness programs for several hospital systems. Tracy holds a Master’s degree in clinical exercise science and a Bachelor’s degree in health education with a communications emphasis.

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Is a Medical Writer the Missing Accelerant to Your Outcome Improvement Efforts?

Quality improvement efforts are more important than ever. However, even improvement efforts that have the right people, processes, and technology can struggle to make progress.  A medical writer with healthcare knowledge and strong information design skills may be the missing ingredient that can help speed time to adoption and value.

This article discusses the functions a medical writer can fulfill, and why they matter. You will also learn:

• The four skills that a medical writer with strong information design skills brings to an improvement team.
• Examples of output of medical writers in a healthcare setting.
• The skills a medical writer needs.

Additionally, you will learn how to find this unique skill set and where you might find this key person.

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