Bryan Sivak, "Chief Disruptor" & CTO at the Department of Health and Human Services
Jon Lyons – Ink Wash on Paper 8.5"x11”
Laura Ash - Ink on paper 10"x8"
Jon Lyons – Digital Painting 8.5"x11”
Alex Connelly – Pen, Colored Pencil on Paper 10”x8”
Erika Samlowski – Colored Pencil 8” x 8”
Ellery Addington-White - Digital Mixed Media
Alex Connelly – Photography 10”x8”
Deb Berman - Oil on Canvas 60"x80"
Sarah Sandock - Pencil on paper, digitally collored 8” x 8”
Sarah Bottjen – Acrilic and nailpolish on canvas 11” x 14”
Kyle Pfister - Installation and Photograph
Pump up your ICD-10 training course with a little fun! Turn that project plan overview meeting from sleepy to the talk of the team!
This professionally designed presentation is complete with 52 slides of artwork and ICD-10 codes set up to please your audience. You can turn it into a guessing game by showing the art, then the ICD-10 code. Or use the combo slides with both art and code. Play the deck on loop in the background over lunch. Who knew it was possible to make the International Classification of Diseases so much fun?
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