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Luna Data Solutions

We Get People.


Luna Data Solutions is one of the fastest growing, full spectrum recruiting firms in the country. Supporting clients of all industry types and complexity, we provide several staffing models such as contract, contract to hire, direct hire, payroll, and retained search services. We specialize in the placement of technical, engineering, creative, design, executive management, and health science professionals. Our success stems from our ability to understand the challenges that our clients face and create thoughtful solutions that integrate the strengths of both client and candidate to achieve outstanding results.


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“The team at Luna Data Solutions got me a job quickly after I had been unemployed for several months. They got me back into the industry that I love. They were professional and courteous and landed me a job within two weeks of applying for the position.

I would highly recommend them for any job-seekers out there who are looking to work with quality agency recruiters in town."

– Engineering Technician at a Round Rock-based Manufacturing company.

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EHR Implementation Insights

The first step in the EHR Continuum is the implementation of the Electronic Health Record system. This is a daunting, large-scale effort for healthcare IT and the entire organization. Here are some tips and insights on making this first step a success.  

What is a Healthcare CIO to do?

Given the overwhelming workload from the healthcare regulatory environment, the Electronic Health Record (EHR) continuum, and the expectations of today’s “Holistic CIO,” what steps can a healthcare CIO (or CMO, or CDO) take to survive? Here are general strategies to help navigate this maze.

The State of Healthcare IT

Realizing the enormous scope of the challenge he was facing, police chief Martin Brody laments in Jaws, “We’re gonna need a bigger boat.” CIOs are looking at the present state of Healthcare IT with a similar sense of dread. Three things are causing these feelings: the regulatory environment, the “EHR continuum” (an ongoing commitment to the EHR investment), and today’s expectations of the CIO.