Randi Redmond Oster
Recognized leader for Patient Empowerment
Member, National Association of Health Care Advocacy Consultants
Society for Participatory Medicine, Partnership for Patients and GE Six Sigma Quality Black Belt
Writer, engineer and mother who is a passionate advocate for patient management reform
Randi Redmond Oster worked in the corporate world as an electrical engineer and a process expert for almost 20 years. Her life – and her work – took a sudden turn when she had to care for her aging parents plus spend a month advocating for her chronically ill son in the hospital. Her Six Sigma skill set, engineering degree and compassion as a mom makes for compelling, engaging and valued sessions.
Randi earned a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Union College, and an MBA from Boston University. She has been selected a Malcolm Baldrige examiner and focuses on healthcare. Randi's writings have won awards and been published in leading medial journals. She holds certifications for the Affordable Care Act and a Six Sigma – Black Belt, GE. She is a frequent speaker and has been quoted in numerous publications.
- Healthcare Reform: What you need to know, NOW! Learn the law and tips to navigate the system.
- How Do I Choose What is the Best Medical Direction for Me? Shared decision using tools from Six Sigma Quality programs that are easy to implement for a patient and loved ones.
- End-of-Life: Quality vs. Quantity of Time. Learn how one daughter helped her father achieve a beautiful end of life. Find out what questions are key to the patient.
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