Maggie Araiza joined MD Buyline in 2014 as a consumables analyst. She then transferred to the role of Training Implementation Specialist, where she educated members on available tools and resources before once again joining the analyst team. She currently specializes in laboratory and pharmacy related capital equipment.
Maggie Araiza received a bachelor of science degree in business administration with a concentration in health care management from The University of Texas at Dallas.
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Top 10 Negotiating Strategies
Skilled negotiators are like musical virtuosos. They have an extensive repertoire of tactics from which to draw, and they know when and how to make them a part of their performance. But negotiating healthcare contracts for capital, purchased services, and IT services can test the artistry of even the most masterful negotiator.