Practice Transformation Institute Names Director of Operations


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TROY — Harmony Kinkle has been named Director of Operations for Practice Transformation Institute, an organization providing the health care community with Continuing Medical Education and customized learning programs that improve patient health outcomes and the individual care delivery experience.

Kinkle had been the Training and Education coordinator for PTI and will continue in that role. As Director of Operations, she will direct and coordinate PTI’s day-to-day activities, manage staff and oversee the organization’s expansive training curriculum.  She also leads the DrFirst e-Prescribing training program for PTI and coordinates the activities of PTI’s Mackinac Learning Collaborative, focused on a patient-centric approach in small, primary care physician practices and residency programs.

Kinkle received a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Walsh College in 2007.

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