Colin Moravec

With his professional background in international education and public administration, Colin serves as an implementation specialist for Pulsara. When he's not in the office, Colin can be found hiking, trail running, mountain biking, fly fishing, and skiing.

Colin Moravec

Colin Moravec

With his professional background in international education and public administration, Colin serves as an implementation specialist for Pulsara. When he's not in the office, Colin can be found hiking, trail running, mountain biking, fly fishing, and skiing.

Recent posts by Colin Moravec

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Thanks, Healthcare Workers: A Pulsara Visit to the Front Lines

By Colin Moravec on Nov 24, 2021

As Lead Implementation Project Manager at Pulsara, I help manage the implementation of our software at hospitals. My background is not clinical. Like the rest of the global population, I’ve been reacting, adjusting, and trying to comprehend the results of precisely what COVID-19 has done to our society, and especially our healthcare system. As the Delta variant surge began mid-summer, I had yet to get an inside personal look at how the COVID-19 pandemic affected our healthcare system.

And then, in early September, I got the eye-opening chance to visit a hospital.

Topics: COVID-19
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EMS Employee Retention: Building a Positive Organizational Culture

By Colin Moravec on Aug 20, 2021

COVID-19 has brought about a lot of challenges and changes in the healthcare industry. EMS agencies are BUSY. They have been pushing themselves to the max supporting their communities and putting themselves in harm’s way to help their communities through the COVID-19 pandemic. 

EMS agencies embody the value of grit. They get the job done at all costs, regardless of obstacles. This value is what makes EMTs and paramedics unique. They stay cognizant of their role in the community and in the chain of medical care, and they execute their job faithfully, regardless of the environment. This value of gritty determination makes up the culture of many EMS agencies and EMT professionals. 

Organizational culture is “a pattern of shared basic assumptions learned by a group as it solves its problems.”1 It's the shared beliefs and values established by leaders and then communicated and reinforced in the environment, which ultimately shape team member perceptions, behaviors, and understanding.

Topics: EMS Wellness