Continuing to Work During a Pandemic

October 12, 2020

Our community has been through a lot over the last few months. All of us are looking forward to resuming our normal habits and routines. Some things have changed for many of us. But not our commitment to the safety of our customers, patients, and employees remains the same.

Infection control has always been top priority for many Medical and Dental practices. Additional safety precautions has been high on everyone’s list before resuming business as usual. Handling the complications prompted by the pandemic or made apparent by, some find their human resource management, information technology protocols and operations need adjustments to function as they now should to conform to regulations or industry best practices.

Recharge Digital Consultants will continue to provide assistance through virtual meetings and collaborative tools to work through known existing issues. Together we will monitor our action items to ensure that they are completed in a timely fashion or are working to solve the problem. Additionally, your marketing strategies will be updated to reflex the changes in trends.

Mrs. Cherisa Chapa, ASBC® is the founder and head task master of Recharge Digital Consultants. She is a driven digital technology enthusiast with over twenty years of education and experience in information technology, business and marketing. When she isn’t geeking out, she enjoys the companionship of her loving husband, raising two energetic young boys, cuddling with her elderly tabby, and engaging in various nerdy pursuits.

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