Kary Dronet, Winkler County Memorial Hospital; Jack Bohannon, Mandry Technology Solutions; Jerrel Solomon, Winkler County Ladies Auxiliary
When we attended the Texas Organization of Rural & Community Hospitals (TORCH) fall conference in September, we were excited to offer the opportunity to make a charitable donation of behalf of a Mandry CARES giveaway winner. This was a hybrid event, with both in-person and virtual attendance, so we offered multiple ways to enter the drawing and played a game where participants could win extra entries. Out of all the competition, Assistant Chief Nursing Officer Karry Dronet emerged victorious on behalf of Winkler County Memorial Hospital.
Jeff Woodham, Vice President of Operations, Mandry Technology Solutions & Amanda Stevens, Chief Strategy Officer, Hill Country Memorial
When we virtually attended the Texas Healthcare Trustees (THT) Healthcare Governance Conference back in July, we were so excited for the opportunity to connect with healthcare board members from across the state. Mandry SECURE™, our cybersecurity and regulatory compliance offering, provides a unique combination of cybersecurity and healthcare expertise that is perfect for helping board members sleep better. Our goal is to keep healthcare organizations out of the headlines and preserve their reputations in their communities by expanding cybersecurity beyond IT risk assessments and into fully robust cyber risk management.
Did you know small and mid-sized businesses are the targets of 43 percent of cyberattacks? Large organizations like Equifax and Target aren't the only viable targets, and hyper visible breaches like Colonial Pipeline or SolarWinds aren’t the only attacks happening.
From left to right: Jeremy Howard, Director of Business Development, Mandry Technology Solutions; Donna Culpepper, Executive Director, Nocona Senior Center; Rebecca Hamilton, Administrative Assistant/Human Resources, Nocona General Hospital
When Nocona General Hospital won our Mandry CARES giveaway at the Texas Hospital Insurance Exchange (THIE) Hot Topics Forum in Georgetown, Texas, Administrative Assistant Rebecca Hamilton chose to donate the winnings to the Montague County Carpenter Shop.
Photo left to right: Mike Hemphill, Treasurer, Rotary Club of Colorado City; Jon Haralson, CIO Services, Mandry Technology Solutions; Jeremy Howard, Director of Business Development, Mandry Technology Solutions; Jeff Woodham, Vice President of Operations, Mandry Technology Solutions; Robbie Dewberry, CEO, Mitchell County Hospital; Mark Merrell, Judge, Mitchell County; Charles Rice, Police Chief, City of Colorado City and President, Rotary Club of Colorado City
It was a stormy weekend in Colorado City, Texas, but that didn't stop our team from taking part in a fun-filled golf tournament for a good cause. We were honored to participate in the Rotary Club of Colorado City's annual golf tournament alongside some of our local partners and peers.