netlogx had its “coming out party” and became one of the most pervasive management consulting firms at the annual Medicaid Enterprise Systems Conference in Boston, MA on August 20, 2012. With no less than four speakers, enlightening audiences and challenging the old guard on topics ranging from Effective ICD-10 Planning, Lean Six-Sigma and Holistic Project Management to Achieving Procurement Nirvana, netlogx joined a select group of visionary leaders in the Medicaid and healthcare information management consulting space.

Of the various alternatives to raise a firm’s recognition factor, netlogx chose a conservative yet striking model. Its colorful information booth messaged brand identification, broad staff skill sets and professional senior industry leadership. It reminded me of a debutante arriving at her first Cotillion with just the right gown, not too flashy yet “conversation worthy”. I would rate it a solid “A”.

Regrettably, I was only able to attend one of the netlogx team presentations, that being Mr. Nick Taylor’s. With all due respect to such illustrious British orators as Winston Churchill, Neville Chamberlain and, yes, Eric Idle, Nick captivated the audience with both wit and substance. He added that special ingredient to the presentation panel which lifted the energy level of the session.

As I look to next year’s MES conference in Charleston, SC, I expect the netlogx industry signature to be even more bold and recognizable. This year, appropriately, in Boston, the birthplace of a revolution, netlogx proclaimed its independence from the status quo and began blazing a new trail.



An army of principles can penetrate where an army of soldiers cannot – Thomas Paine

Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts – Winston Churchill