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Cliff Consulting, Inc. Adds Two Influential Former Executives to Its Team - Banker Mary P. Carryer and Healthcare IT Leader Robert Goldstein
Date:8/1/2008

s Fargo. The fact that so many of their clients use them for subsequent engagements attests to the value they consistently provide," said Carryer.

Prior to joining Cliff Consulting, Robert was Vice President and Business Information Officer in Kaiser Permanente's Information Technology division. While at Kaiser Permanente, he managed the world's largest private sector healthcare implementation of a $5 billion electronic medical records program that served 20,000 users and 8 million patients. Over the course of his career, Robert served as Director of Patient Management Systems at UCSF Medical Center, and also led systems selection and custom development projects as a consultant to institutions including UCLA Medical Center, Wake Forest University Medical Center in North Carolina, and Fischer-Titus Medical Center in Ohio.

"I look forward to helping clients with the project leadership approaches and tools I've accumulated through a variety of working relationships and situations over the years," said Goldstein. "It's an honor and a pleasure to join Cliff Consulting, a firm I regard as an ethical leader in the field."

Cliff Consulting is a highly-valued team of experienced project leaders who help organizations improve their operations and implement new technology. The firm is unique in the consulting industry with its business plan to stay small in order to maintain deep relationships with existing clients. Its client list includes leading local companies such as Wells Fargo, Blue Shield, and Kaiser Permanente, as well as non-profit leaders like the David & Lucille Packard Foundation, WestEd, and the Rockefeller Foundation.

Founded in 1972, Cliff Consulting provides project leadership for business process improvement and information systems implementation to a wide variety of industries. Stated simply, Cliff Consulting helps organizations make projects succeed.


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