netlogx’ Tool Streamlines and Standardizes MITA SS-A Deliverables by Dave Luter

By |2019-11-15T06:48:25-05:00December 12th, 2019|

Offering assistance with Medicaid Information Technology Architecture (MITA) State Self-Assessments (SS-A) is a crucial netlogx service that aligns business and information technology components of a program that manages Medicaid services. It also ultimately improves the delivery of services to Medicaid beneficiaries as States increase their maturity levels States are granted funds requested through the Advanced [...]

My First Purdue Football Game… Three Seasons Later by Ashlee Fosnaugh

By |2019-11-15T06:34:14-05:00December 5th, 2019|

Beginning Fall of 2016, I began regularly visiting West Lafayette, Indiana - home of Purdue University. I started visiting this beautiful college town as a way to see all of my friends who attended the university. After countless nights on friends’ couches, attending fraternity “spontos”, and making lifelong friends, I quickly fell in love with [...]

Be Thankful by the netlogx Team

By |2019-11-28T10:03:12-05:00November 28th, 2019|

What are you thankful for? Below you will find out what the netlogx team are thankful for this year! This year, I am thankful for the health of my family and friends. Our health is one of the most precious things we have, yet something we so often take for granted. – Erin Moher I [...]

A Key to OCM Success: Creating Buy-in by Madelyn Harris

By |2019-11-22T07:36:00-05:00November 22nd, 2019|

Though an upcoming organizational change can be imperative for a company’s success, it can’t be executed effectively if team members don’t buy into the concept. Implementing an organizational change can sometimes be inconvenient and disruptive to the progress of other separate initiatives. As such, some team members could be resistant to the change, but if [...]

Four Best Practices to Effectively Manage Organizational Change by Tyler Fosnaugh

By |2019-11-22T07:27:14-05:00November 22nd, 2019|

Here at netlogx, we believe that change is either forced upon you or you create it and make it work for you; either way, you have to excel at managing change to survive and thrive in a dangerous world. If you make change work for you, you can solve complex business problems. But changes to [...]

Successful Projects Remember the People Impacted, Not Just the New Bells and Whistles – The Role of Organizational Change Management by Scott Van Dyke

By |2019-11-22T07:23:42-05:00November 22nd, 2019|

As companies make changes to improve profits, efficiencies and quality of the products and services they offer, these changes most likely will impact the day to day work of a company’s staff. Many companies use consultants to complete such projects. Some benefits of hiring outside consultants is the availability of expertise that may not be [...]

Pick Up the Weights, Pick Up Yourself by Clayton Calvert

By |2019-11-22T07:19:30-05:00November 22nd, 2019|

I personally believe there are few things better than hitting the gym after a strenuous day. In fact, research shows that even a single instance of exercise in a one-week period can reduce stress and anxiety. Employing weight training as a type of exercise releases endorphins, which in turn reduces stress, tension, and anxiety. Incorporating [...]

LA Bucket List by Madelyn Harris

By |2019-11-01T20:44:42-04:00November 1st, 2019|

Over Labor Day Weekend, I travelled to Los Angeles, California. Los Angeles has long been a place that has piqued my interest. The glitz and glamour of Hollywood, the beautiful coastal climate, the juxtaposition of mountains to beaches, and of course, the off chance of running into a celebrity! This trip marked my first ever [...]