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Cyndi Rizzitello

Cyndi Rizzitello is Medalogix’s vice president of clinical transformation. Cyndi brings more than 25 years of healthcare experience to the team—with practice as a clinician and a healthcare technology manager. Rizzitello comes to Medalogix from BlackTree Healthcare Consulting, where she was director of clinical consulting. She led the initiation of the clinical consulting division at BlackTree through hiring and managing the team, implementing clinical service programs and developing marketing strategies. While at BlackTree, Cyndi assisted home health and hospice clients across the country to help them gain efficiencies and maximize the use of technology. Prior to that, she was clinical product manager and vice president of sales at Homecare Homebase and staff nurse, manager of MIS education, manager of clinical information systems, director of operations and executive director at the Visiting Nurse Association (VNA) of Central New Jersey. Rizzitello received her master’s in nursing informatics from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey and her bachelor’s in nursing from Rutgers University. Rizzitello is a registered nurse in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New York and is a Certified Informatics Nurse. She has spent time volunteering at the American Nurses Credentialing Center.

Recent Posts

Tips To Cope With Loss Around The Holidays

Posted by Cyndi Rizzitello on December 13, 2016

While for many this is the "most wonderful time of the year," it can also be the most difficult--especially if you're coping with grief attributed to loss.  When a loved one is missing, it's even more apparent this time of year when loved ones traditionally gather. 

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Topics: Healthcare Industry

Using Predictive Analytics to “Nurture” Recently Discharged Patients

Posted by Cyndi Rizzitello on August 25, 2016

Industry Challenge

Home health agencies work hard every day to ensure the patients they serve receive the appropriate care in order to recover, regain independence and become as self-sufficient as possible. But due to limitations in the home health benefit eligibility requirements, agencies often have to discharge patients who might not be fully ready or able to care for themselves. Or maybe they seem ready but wind up declining after discharge unexpectedly.

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Topics: Healthcare Industry

HIMSS16 Field Report: Thoughts And Takeaways

Posted by Cyndi Rizzitello on April 08, 2016


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Topics: Healthcare Industry

Why Clinical Transformation Is Key In Implementing And Maximizing Home Health And Hospice Technology

Posted by Cyndi Rizzitello on October 27, 2015

You know health information technology (HIT) is an important part of your business operations. You can’t survive in home health or hospice without your core EMR product. Most likely, you also have ancillary HIT solutions to support programs such as referral interfaces, telehealth or analytics and benchmarking products. But how easy is it to implement and maintain these solutions? Chances are there are challenges—and quite possibly significant challenges that can jeopardize the success of a project as well as the stability of the entire organization.

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Topics: Data and Analytics Review, Healthcare Industry