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Case Study
Streamlined COVID-19 Testing for International Sporting Events

COVID-19 has required collaboration between unexpected organizations. Discover how Oxford helped bridge the gap between two unlikely partners to enable a safe and successful international sporting event.

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CMS Rules and the Telehealth Revolution

To align with directives in the presidential executive orders, the CMS have proposed updates to their existing policies. These new proposals will have a significant impact on telehealth services.

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Case Study
Proactive Approach to MDR Compliance

Despite challenges during a global pandemic, Oxford aided an orthopedic medical device company in their complex MDR initiative.

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The ABCs of Certified Tumor Registrars

In 2020, it is anticipated that there will be 1,806,590 new cases of cancer reported and over 606,502 deaths. In order to effectively collect and analyze this data and provide better patient outcomes, organizations partner with Certified Tumor Registrars.

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When Retraining and Upskilling Aren't Enough to Bridge the Skills Gap

Emerging technologies are changing the nature of how individuals work. This Fourth Industrial Revolution has created a widening skills gap, which can limit an organizations capabilities. Here are five strategies to help close the skills gap.

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Spotlight On: Stern Vilé: Director of Recruiting, Life Sciences

Stern Vilé has spent years learning to encourage his mentees to flourish. After forming a habit to reflect a positive attitude, he quickly advanced in his career as a recruiter. Now, as a Director of Recruiting, Stern continues to develop his recruitment skills and harness them to help his team achieve success.

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DEI Speaker Spotlight: Noelle Johnson

As our organization continues to embrace and build our DEI Programming, we are excited to welcome Noelle Johnson to speak to our employees on the topic of unconscious bias.

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Case Study
CMO Management and Product Transfers

Discover how Oxford’s eight-year partnership with a CMO Management group allowed them to consistently achieve goals and expand their business.

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Meet Shannon: Outpatient Auditor and Coder

Shannon’s professional background is primarily in teaching and auditing, and she has been partnering with Oxford for over 10 years. She enjoys working with Oxford because she knows “it is a company that appreciates their consultants.”

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Digital Transformation: The Expectations Versus the Reality

Organizations understand that digital transformation plays a critical role in staying competitive. Most companies were in the midst of digital transformation when the COVID-19 pandemic forced them to accelerate their projects — ready or not.

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Case Study
Clearing a Backlog of Microbiological Samples

Discover how Oxford assisted a microbiological testing company complete a backlog of analyses and uphold its commitments to its clients.

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Life Sciences and the EUA in Times of Crisis

On January 30, 2020, the World Health Organization declared a Public Health Emergency of International Concern. In response, the US FDA issued an Emergency Use Authorization for the first time in a decade, massively impacting the life sciences industry.