Theresa Dudley

Program Manager
Healthcare


With 20-plus years of program and product management experience, Theresa Dudley is the Manager of Healthcare Programs at Spectrum Enterprise. She stays current with healthcare industry trends and represents Spectrum Enterprise at healthcare conferences and events.

Theresa worked previously at leading high-tech companies including Cisco Systems, Nortel Networks and ADC Telecommunications (now TE Connectivity). She has a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Business Management from the University of Phoenix.

Articles by Theresa Dudley

Injecting network connectivity into urgent care

Long wait times can ruin the patient experience. In fact, average wait time can be a major factor when deciding which walk-in clinic to visit when urgent care is needed.

Seven questions to ask about interactive patient systems

Is your organization ready to integrate a full-scale IPS solution to support your patient experience improvement initiatives?

Improve patient experience with technology that patients prioritize

Do we know if patient experience efforts—and investments—are working? New research holds answers.

How connectivity powers rural care and telehealth

Rural healthcare has a unique set of geographic, economic and lifestyle challenges that can be solved with telehealth/telemedicine solutions.

Three "can’t miss" sessions at HIMSS 18

There are a host of challenges facing healthcare organizations that hope to implement the digital infrastructure needed to improve our nation’s health. At HIMSS 2018, we’ll discuss the need to serve patients in rural areas. You won’t want to miss our sessions on rural healthcare and telemedicine!

Why your digital infrastructure provides a better patient experience

High patient satisfaction at hospitals is a matter of life and death. And yet, patient satisfaction with individual healthcare is the lowest it’s been in nearly 10 years. Read how you can improve patient satisfaction at your hospital through better digital infrastructure.

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