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Richard Welch, RN MSN

Richard Welch, RN MSN Team Lead, Implementation Consultants
Rick is an RN with over 40 years of experience and has worked at SIS for 10 years. He has been a project manager as well as an implementation consultant (IC) on the hospital side of SIS and is currently the team lead of the hospital ICs. Rick is a subject matter expert in anesthesia, and he also works on full perioperative implementations. He has successfully been leading the implementations at over 45 hospitals for SIS; he has personally taught more than 500 certified nurse anesthetists and anesthesiologists as well as countless nursing staff. Prior to SIS, Rick worked at a major southeastern academic medical center for eight years in both staff and leadership positions, including the level 1 trauma center, neuro/surgical and burn intensive care units, flight transport team, and the medical intensive care unit. He then spent two years in Saudi Arabia and 3.5 years in Afghanistan working as a military contractor for the U.S. Government, helping develop the military medical health systems of both countries. He holds a bachelor's degree in nursing (BSN) from DePaul University, a master's degree (MSN-critical care) from the University of Florida, and a post-master's Certificate (nursing informatics) from Duke University.

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4 Components Your Anesthesia Documentation May Be Missing

Richard Welch, RN MSN

Richard Welch, RN MSN Team Lead, Implementation Consultants
Rick is an RN with over 40 years of experience and has worked at SIS for 10 years. He has been a project manager as well as an implementation consultant (IC) on the hospital side of SIS and is currently the team lead of the hospital ICs. Rick is a subject matter expert in anesthesia, and he also works on full perioperative implementations. He has successfully been leading the implementations at over 45 hospitals for SIS; he has personally taught more than 500 certified nurse anesthetists and anesthesiologists as well as countless nursing staff. Prior to SIS, Rick worked at a major southeastern academic medical center for eight years in both staff and leadership positions, including the level 1 trauma center, neuro/surgical and burn intensive care units, flight transport team, and the medical intensive care unit. He then spent two years in Saudi Arabia and 3.5 years in Afghanistan working as a military contractor for the U.S. Government, helping develop the military medical health systems of both countries. He holds a bachelor's degree in nursing (BSN) from DePaul University, a master's degree (MSN-critical care) from the University of Florida, and a post-master's Certificate (nursing informatics) from Duke University.

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4 Components Your Anesthesia Documentation May Be Missing

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