March 1, 2019

Our View: Staff helps Mayo weather EPIC transition

By Karl Oestreich


We thought it was especially important and timely for Jeff Bolton, Mayo Clinic’s chief administrative officer, to attribute Mayo’s 2018 financial success to the Rochester Post-Bulletin Logoclinic’s staff. Through the installation of and transition to EPIC, mixed in with efforts to innovate in both practices and staffing, 2018 was a trying year for most clinic employees. If not for their dedication and positivity, it could have been a disheartening year. But Bolton was correct when he said Mayo employees rolled with the punches and kept focused on the job at hand: patient care.

Reach: The Rochester Post-Bulletin is a daily newspaper that serves Rochester, Austin and its surrounding cities. The newspaper has a daily circulation of more than 30,000 and has more than 440,00 unique visitors to its website each month.

Context: Jeff Bolton is Mayo Clinic chief administrative officer. You can read more about Mayo Clinic's 2018 performance on Mayo Clinic News Network and previous coverage in Mayo Clinic in the News.

Contact:  Duska Anastasijevic

Tags: 2018 Mayo Clinic performance report, Epic, Jeff Bolton, Post Bulletin, Uncategorized

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