OptimizeHealth to demo vitalsBI at THCA event July 12
OptimizeHealth representatives will be on hand at the annual THCA summer event – https://txhca.org/summer-conference-2017 – to demo vitalsBI. Attendees are encouraged to stop by the OptimizeHealth booth and register to win a free iPad Mini.
vitalsBI, the first comprehensive healthcare BI solution, is now available
McKnight's Features OptimizeHealth 2nd Article on Interoperability
McKnight’s Long Term Care News, the pre-eminent magazine for long-term care professionals, featured Greg Nicholas’ article “Interoperability: Balancing Risks and Opportunities” this week.
McKnight's Features OptimizeHealth Article on Interoperability
McKnight’s Long Term Care News, the pre-eminent magazine for long-term care professionals, featured Greg Nicholas’ article “A Case for Interoperability: Electronic Lynchpin for Long-Term Success” this week.
OptimizeHealth is named an Ingram Micro Partner
Ingram Micro (www.ingrammicro.com), the world’s largest wholesale provider of technology products and supply chain services, has partnered with OptimizeHealth, (www.optimizeco.com) , a leading Dallas-based Healthcare Technology firm, to deliver healthcare clients top quality technology solutions.
“This relationship is a big win for our clients who rely upon us for their technology, mobile, and cloud solutions,” Andrea Nicholas, Managing Partner enthusiastically observed. “Partnering with Ingram Micro enables us to offer customers the most efficient, cost-effective technical solutions and deliver them with speed – hallmarks of our service – making this union an ideal fit.”
“Supporting companies like OptimizeHealth and their clients grow is an exciting part of what we do. We are looking forward to providing solutions that help them realize the promise of technology,” said Bradley Vespa, Ingram Micro’s Operations Manager.
McKnight's Senior Living Features OptimizeHealth's Views On Senior Living Tech
OptimizeHealth’s Managing Partner, Greg Nicholas, shares his perspectives about the advancements in senior living tech in McKnight’s recent issue.
OptimizeHealth Offers New Technology Service to Improve Senior Care
OptimizeHealth announced a new technology outsourcing service that lets senior care facilities operators focus on better patient care and stop worrying about their computers systems, software and other productivity technology.
For a monthly fee, OptimizeHealth delivers the expertise facilities operators need to reliability manage, support and enhance their technology, including phone service. Customers get 24x7x365 access to highly-skilled technical experts as well as a cost-effective set of solutions to efficiently run their facilities with stable, current technologies.
Greg Nicholas, OptimizeHealth’s Managing Partner, said the outsourcing service, known as MSP (Managed Service Provider) in the industry, saves money, enhances security and reduces downtime while providing services and technology beyond the budget and capability of most senior care facility operators. “We first save our clients money by eliminating wasteful spending discovered in our initial technology review,” Nicholas said. “Then, we find bulk discounts on equipment, hardware, network, data, and voice lines wherever possible. Finally, we continually seek out the best pricing for cloud-based and traditional tools and technologies. Best of all, after using our MSP services for a while, staff productivity usually rises because we’ve made technology easier to use, more reliable and better supported.”
OptimizeHealth created the new service because it saw a need to solve two problems that negatively impact the quality of care at acute, post-acute and long-term care facilities – outdated, unreliable technology and obstacles to fully staffing an IT organization with all the skills and know-how needed to meet today’s strategic, business and regulatory needs. “The complexity of healthcare technology is raising anxiety levels among long-term care owners and operators,” Nicholas said. “The pressure is on to meet demands and embrace new technologies at predictable cost and acceptable risk. It’s an even bigger burden to keep up with new technologies, like connected care, and to stay competitive, secure and compliant. The OptimizeHealth Managed Service Provider (MSP) service allows our customers to overcome the challenges by putting IT in the hands of experts.”
OptimizeHealth is named a BullsEye Telecom Partner
BullsEye Telecom (www.bullseyetelecom.com), a leader in providing tailored voice, internet and network solutions for multi-location companies, has selected OptimizeHealth (www.optimizeco.com) , a leading Dallas-based Healthcare Technology firm, as a channel partner.
“OptimizeHealth is delighted to partner with BullsEye. Utilizing their proven, tailored solutions allow us to fine-tune the services we offer to our clients,” observed Greg Nicholas, Managing Partner.
Mark Sondergaard, BullsEye Channel Relationship, shared, “We are excited about the partnership with a credible, growing company such as OptimizeHealth, and are looking forward to further extending our footprint in the healthcare industry.”
OptimizeHealth team members volunteer to feed the hungry
“OptimizeHealth teammates are always thrilled to lend a helping hand to those less fortunate,” observed Greg Nicholas, Managing Partner. “We thoroughly enjoyed participating with the Random Acts of Kindness group in serving food to those in need today.”
OptimizeHealth to attend the 67th Annual AHCA/NCAL Convention
OptimizeHealth teammates are excited about attending the American Health Care Association (AHCA) / National Center for Assisted Living (NCAL) 67th Annual Convention and Expo Oct 16 – 19, 2016 at Gaylord Opryland Resort and Conference Center in Nashville, Tennessee: https://www.eventscribe.com/2016/ahcancal/index.asp.
The national conference is dedicated to bringing long-term and post-acute care providers and organizations together. Industry professionals from all over the country come to share the latest and greatest in healthcare technologies, services, and solutions in order to increase quality and efficiency while reducing costs. “The opportunity to interact and share insight with long-term care’s leaders is important to us and our clients as we continue to expand our services in this significant sector of healthcare,” commented Andrea Nicholas, Managing Partner.
OptimizeHealth is named a SolarWinds partner
SolarWinds (www.solarwinds.com), provider of powerful, affordable, and vendor agnostic software that allows clients to effectively and proactively manage any IT resources in their environment has selected OptimizeHealth (www.optimizeco.com) , a leading Dallas-based Healthcare Technology firm, as a partner.
“We are glad to have OptimizeHealth on our team because the technology services they provide to healthcare organizations perfectly align with our products’ capabilities,” John Slubar, Regional Channel Director stated. “SolarWinds has a proven portfolio of products that are reliable as some of the best in the industry for monitoring IT services. We are thrilled to be able to take advantage of their products for monitoring our own services as well as those of our clients,” commented Greg Nicholas, OptimizeHealth Managing Partner.
OptimizeHealth will also provide integration support for SolarWinds, particularly in the southwest region, going forward.
Greg Nicholas joins the OptimizeHealth team
Dallas-based consultancy OptimizeHeath has further deepened its healthcare expertise with the recent addition of IT Healthcare expert Greg Nicholas.
Greg has more than two decades of technology leadership, primarily in the healthcare industry, in which he has served as CIO, turned around faltering Fortune 500 IT departments, led the IT streams of numerous large-scale mergers and acquisitions and successfully managed multi-million dollar budgets and teams to deliver highly functioning, responsive technologies.
“Greg’s long-standing thought leadership in IT, particularly in Healthcare IT, further energizes OptimizeHealth to satisfy a broader set of healthcare client needs,” said OptimizeHealth Founder Andrea Nicholas. “The project management, technology management and analytics services are often interconnected and synergistic. Greg’s contribution will strengthen those ties as well and enhance our client relationships.”
Greg will serve as Managing Partner supporting post-acute and long-term care clients to develop and implement realistic IT strategies that simplify technology management, facilitate strategic alignment, foster growth, drive efficiencies and achieve regulatory compliance.