Christopher Kunney, CPHIMS, CPHIT, MSMOT is a founding and managing partner and Healthcare Technology Strategist at InfiniteOptions Technology Consulting Group (IOTech Consulting). An emerging technology strategy and business solutions firm, the company is a network of seasoned IT leaders with the passion to educate and lead industry transformation effort, to shift industry paradigms and challenge organizations to break the bonds of conventional thinking, and to facilitate innovation and nurture meaningful change.

Kunney has 25 plus years as a technology leader, executive and strategist. He is called upon by his clients to provide guidance and thought leadership specific to emerging healthcare technology offerings, compliance related issues and technology adoption. Kunney’s recent roles include serving as Virtual CIO for LifeLong Medical Center and Center for Elders Independence, Director of Emerging Healthcare Technology for AT&T, Vice President and COO for HealthInovation, and Vice President and CIO for Piedmont Healthcare.

Kunney received a Bachelor of Science degree in computer science and mathematics from Fort Valley State University. He also holds an Executive Master of Science degree in management of technology from The Georgia Institute of Technology, and holds numerous industry certification including Certified Professional Healthcare Information Technology.

Kunney shares his expertise and knowledge of technology and the challenges that can take place when technology is part of the equation. He also offers solutions that small business owners can use in response to similar challenges. Kunney shares the results within his own company after these solutions were implemented.


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Christopher Kunney
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Can technology be a challenge when trying to collaborate?
As a virtual technology consulting firm with client and consultants across the country, we are consistently challenged with effectively collaborating on projects and supporting our colleagues on the projects they are remotely engaged in.

What do you use to overcome the technology challenges?
We are strong users of collaboration technologies like Join Me for sharing information like Project Gantt Charts, PowerPoint Presentations, Scope of Work Documents, Budget Reports, etc.

What are the results after you implement your solutions for technology challenges?
Increased productivity, reduction in travel cost, more effective collaboration between team members and increased customer satisfaction.

This article was written by Michelle Guilbeau for Small Business Pulse


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