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LWCI Employee Spotlight: Jennifer Matoushek

February 12, 2019
News & Press Releases By LW Consulting Inc.

LW Consulting, Inc. (LWCI) comprises experts that dedicate their time to helping leaders meet today’s healthcare challenges. The experts that make up the LWCI team come from various professional walks of life and bring their own experience, knowledge and skills to the table. It is because of these seasoned individuals, we are able to fulfill our mission of  “making lives better through worthwhile work.”

As a company that puts people first—our clients and the extraordinary individuals that make up the LWCI team— we are grateful and want to show our appreciation by highlighting the difference they are making in the industry.  Here’s your opportunity to learn more about what our experts do and what they love about their profession. 

 

Who is Jennifer Matoushek?

Jennifer Matoushek, Senior Consultant for LWCI’s Post Acute Care Provider services line will mark her nine year anniversary, with the firm, in June of this year.

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What do you do to help LWCI clients?

I assist clients  with understanding any reimbursement issues while helping them to find solutions to better fit their company's needs. I also oversee our exclusion software, ENS. This software performs monthly exclusion checks on hundreds of thousands employees and vendors that have been sanctioned by the Federal and State Governments. 

What do you enjoy most about the work you do at LWCI?

Each day there is something new that you are tasked with finding the solution to. I enjoy this because it continues to provide learning opportunities for myself and my team members. 

What inspired you to get into the business of healthcare consulting?

I have always had a passion of wanting to help others. In my current position, I can use my knowledge and experience to help an entire facility, when they are in need. Helping a facility in need is the most meaningful part of my job.

What is some advice you would give to others starting out in the profession?

Healthcare is always changing and with change comes new challenges. You want to ensure you're ready for those challenges by being proactive instead of reactive.