Healthcare at Home EMR Sales Veteran Joins Best in KLAS Thornberry Ltd.
LANCASTER, PA – Thornberry Ltd., provider of home health software solutions for over 20 years and an industry forerunner in both EMR certification and interoperability, announced that Raymond C. DeArmitt has joined the company as Vice President of Sales.
DeArmitt brings with him 25 years of healthcare sales experience, including leading national sales in the post-acute space for the last 15 years. Showing proven results in the homecare information technology market, DeArmitt has well-documented skills developing successful sales strategies and processes and keeping customer satisfaction high through strong partnerships."Home health and hospice agencies require comprehensive and integrated software that can handle all aspects of the business," DeArmitt said. "Thornberry has tremendous offerings for both markets and has the highest customer satisfaction reputation in the industry. Their dedication to their customers and the market is one of the many reasons that this opportunity is so exciting."
DeArmitt comes to Thornberry from his role as VP of Key Accounts at ContinuLink, where he started the national accounts program. Earlier executive positions include VP of Sales at CareAnyware, since acquired by Brightree, where he vigorously expanded the company's deals portfolio; and VP positions at CellTrak Technologies and Allscripts Homecare, now known as NetSmart, where he significantly increased revenue and expanded the customer base at both companies.
In his new role, DeArmitt will report to Thornberry President and CEO Tom Peth, and will bring home health and hospice agencies into the future by driving sales of the company's Best in KLAS EMR software, NDoc®.
Bayada Deploys Patient Engagement Systems
Chicago, Illinois and Moorestown, New Jersey – November 16 – BAYADA Home Health Care, the nation’s largest private provider of home-based services, and PreparedHealth, a growing healthcare engagement company, announced today a multi-year strategic partnership. The alliance comes on the heels of several successful projects in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Florida that proved to proactively keep patients out of the hospital and lowered overall readmissions for health system partners and health insurance companies. The two companies are currently expanding the offering of enTouch™, a social network for healthcare, and DINA™, a Digital Nursing Assistant, across BAYADA’s network of home health, personal (assistive) care, hospice, physician house calls and home-based pharmacy specialties.
DINA™ helps care providers identify clients who require timely interventions. enTouch™ is a secure social network to bring together providers and family caregivers. Once on the network, participants can easily identify which of their patients require intervention, coordinate referrals, manage transitions, place orders, and even involve family caregivers as needed.
A Chicago-based healthcare technology company, PreparedHealth empowers people live independently in their own homes and communities.
New Secure Password Management System Introduced
Sacramento, CA – Nov. 15 – PasswordWrench announced the launch of a patent-pending password management solution which protects individuals' and corporations' confidential information, reducing online identity theft. The secure password manager system helps users create and recall complex passwords, making it nearly impossible for criminals to hack information.
Currently, over 15 million people in the U.S. have their identities stolen each year and with recent hacks into Yahoo!, Dropbox, LinkedIn and other major databases. This number continues to grow, leaving over 100 million people's information vulnerable. Increased hacks, whether via sophisticated Internet attacks or by peering over a shoulder at a coffee shop, have left corporations and individuals vulnerable. The PasswordWrench system mitigates those risks and keeps digital data safe, without storing passwords in the cloud, where events have shown they are still vulnerable to attack.
Instead, this technology eliminates weak passwords, protects against threats from keyloggers, hidden cameras, insider errors and guesswork or brute-force threats. There is a free plan for individuals and customizable packages for businesses.
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