Mark Johnston

With 35+ years of executive management experience in healthcare, Mark has taken on almost every challenge the modern industry has faced. As company president, his healthcare vision and business acumen provides valuable daily leadership, and his connections have built an exceptional team and solid corporate partnerships that uniquely benefit Access customers. He has in-depth knowledge of every three-letter acronym—HIS, EHR, ECM, ERP and even BBQ.

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The Art of Doing the Right Thing

By Mark Johnston | Jul 24, 2017 9:44:53 AM

If you’ve known me for a while, you’re likely familiar with a few core ideas that I use to orient my work and life—like the 4 Principles of Productivity I wrote about a couple of weeks ago. But while each of these ideas is important and impactful, if I had to zero in on a one-line mantra, it’d be: do the right thing.

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Clean Your Garage, Desk and Car, Then We’ll Talk

By Mark Johnston | Jun 23, 2017 12:54:27 PM

In the first installment of my two-part blog post, I introduced you to four principles of getting things done: organization, prioritization, execution and discipline. Now I want to show you how these aren’t theoretical but rather highly applicable in real life. I once had a colleague I was mentoring. He had a lot of promise and potential, but there were several things holding him back.

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Four Principles of Productivity

By Mark Johnston | Jun 20, 2017 5:48:57 PM

Over the past 35 years, I’ve seen the healthcare IT industry from just about every angle, from my time in radiology to helping create the healthcare sales division at Perceptive Software to my most recent role as Access president (and many stops in-between). Along the way, I’ve found that while each profession has its differences and quirks, the art of getting things done is consistent across all niches, companies and roles, from interns all the way up to executives.

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eForms and BBQ—They Go Hand in Hand

By Mark Johnston | Mar 16, 2017 3:45:21 PM

About 20 years ago, I started a little hobby with a couple of neighbors of mine. As “accomplished” backyard BBQers, we decided that a competitive BBQ team would be great for several reasons: to get together for a few summer weekends, make some good food, enjoy a couple of cold beverages, meet some new friends, and get out of yard work.

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New Year’s Resolutions—Turning IF into WHEN

By Mark Johnston | Dec 29, 2016 2:00:00 PM

When you hear people talk about the upcoming 12 months, they’ll often say things like, “If I get that promotion at work or we’re able to go on that Caribbean vacation, next year will be great.” There’s nothing wrong with such aspirations, but the issue is that the insertion of a little word that often goes unnoticed—the humble “if”—makes the success or failure of their entire year conditional on outside circumstances. Though all of our lives are subject to chaos, random events and simple bad luck sometimes, I’d argue that removing the “if” will make 2017 the best year that it can be.

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