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About Haverin Consulting

Focused on the Health Provider and Healthcare Technology industries Haverin Consulting provides consulting, coaching and business services related to improving organizational and personal performance.

We also provide advisory services to investor and venture capital organizations in the above two industry sectors.

Healthcare Provider Organizations

  • EMR strategy
    • Clinician adoption and engagement
    • EMR support and surround technology review
  • Contractual and commercial strategy and review
    • New clinical system acquisition
    • EMR system migration
    • Vendor exit strategies
  • Mind Map training, coaching and consultancy
    • Improve personal productivity and performance
    • Align team thinking and collaboration

Health Technology Vendor

  • Client Engagement strategies
    • Identifying optimal client engagement investment
    • Maximizing client commitment
  • New business engagement
    • Sales team performance coaching
    • Improve pipeline and forecast methods
    • International business expansion
  • Product Management optimization
  • Executive coaching and personal performance improvement
    • Providing individual and team review and coaching
    • Aligning corporate and personal objectives
    • Identifying personal development priorities and “strengths” amplification

Investor Consulting

  • Due diligence support for investor appraisal
  • Health technology M&A
  • Executive team/Board advisory consulting
  • Individual and team executive coaching for early stage businesses
  • International Market strategy

About The Competence Framework

Haverin Consulting and our founder Stuart Miller are strong believers that every area of business and personal performance needs an awareness and insight into the Competence Framework required for success. Often lack of understanding of what factors it will take to succeed reduces the opportunity for organizations or individuals to achieve that success.

But what is the Competence Framework? You will find lots of comprehensive definitions and it is often associated in research in recent years with Human Resource work done around job profiles and the requirements for different level roles in companies. Looked at more broadly it is the requirements for any individual (or team) to be successful in performing a given set of tasks, projects and executing strategies.

Put simply it is comprised of three elements:

Knowledge

Knowledge

All knowledge including education from school through college, professional, job related and learning acquired through specific skills acquisition.  Education from broader general knowledge and hobbies will also impact performance.

Skills

Skills

Specific skills, techniques, tools and methodologies acquired over time.  These can be job, task or context specific or more general in nature. Experience allows you to adapt and flex skills.

Experience

Experience

The application of knowledge and skills in different specific situations over time.  The more varied the situations and context the greater the ability to apply experience as a modifier the next time a challenge is met.

Each of these requirements will be different depending on the role and function required to achieve success in the area of competence performance.  That’s why our HR colleagues invest so much effort in this area.  These competences, however, will be different for any given objective, environment and set of circumstances.  Over time (or a career) different competences will be needed and recognizing the gaps is a critical adaptation skills for an executive in their career.

Failing to adapt and adopt new knowledge and skills, or attaining and applying different experience, results in the following well known analogy.

Each of these requirements will be different depending on the role and function required to achieve success in the area of competence performance.  That’s why our HR colleagues invest so much effort in this area.  These competences, however, will be different for any given objective, environment and set of circumstances.  Over time (or a career) different competences will be needed and recognizing the gaps is a critical adaptation skills for an executive in their career.

Failing to adapt and adopt new knowledge and skills, or attaining and applying different experience, results in the following well known analogy.

Now if every problem actually is a nail, the manager will continue to be successful and become deeply experienced and knowledgeable in the different materials and nail types and sizes needed.  When the problem changes, or is more complex, suddenly that well experienced skill become less effective or even damaging (think installing window glass!)

The Haverin Consulting logo exemplifies the blending of these three areas to define competence and we apply the principle of the Competence Framework to our consulting and coaching practices.  We encourage our clients to pursue awareness of the Competence Framework deficits they may have and develop strategies for overcoming them in their strategies for business and personal improvement.

About Stuart Miller

Stuart Miller,  the founder of Haverin Consulting, is a successful clinician, executive and consultant with over 30 years’ experience in the healthcare and health technology industries. Born in Scotland his career spans three parts.

Firstly, a 10 year career as a clinician, clinical manager and general manager in the hospital and health provider industry. While initially training as a registered nurse, he quickly gravitated to management and operational leadership roles in complex healthcare settings.
Secondly. the increasing use of information technology then led to a 10 year career in the UK and Europe working for healthcare technology vendors in sales and sales leadership roles. Those opportunities included leading a new business venture working with hospitals on new initiatives around the use of Electronic Health Record and population health technologies.

With a move to the USA in 2002 Stuart began a 15-year career with one of the worlds largest healthcare technology vendors in positions of increasing managerial and executive responsibility. Those roles covered, new business development, business process outsourcing, clinical content product management, international business development, and latterly leading a client engagement strategy for large complex clients with extensive product portfolio.  Over his 15 years Stuart has been responsible for generating $100’s of millions of new revenue and managing some of the most complex client relationships for the company.

Through Haverin Consulting, Stuart leverages the knowledge, skills and experience he has gained and share his love of coaching and developing others to improve their personal, team and business performance.