PALM CITY, Fla. and ALPHARETTA, Ga., July 11, 2017 — Optima Healthcare Solutions, a provider of cloud-based software for home health, hospice, therapy and other post-acute care providers, today announced the appointment of Jason James as Chief Information Officer.
James has led IT operations for fast-growth technology companies for over twenty years. Prior to joining Optima, James was the Vice President of IT Operations for internet service provider EarthLink. There, he enhanced the company's IT operations and infrastructure, including data centers and network-related hardware. Previously, James served as the Vice President of Global IT Infrastructure Support and Operations for IT service management company PRGX, where he modernized their IT infrastructure. James began his SaaS-centric career with Servigistics, a provider of service lifecycle management software that was acquired by PTC. During his tenure, James was promoted to Vice President of Global IT, and led a geographically dispersed technical staff in managing IT infrastructure and a SaaS platform that served Fortune 500 companies.
In his role at Optima, James will be responsible for leading the development and expansion of all IT services, infrastructure and operations, including applications, data centers, network operations, security, compliance and DevOps.
"Post-acute care providers have one simple request for software vendors: deliver solutions that enable them to provide great patient experiences and operate successful businesses free from concerns about their systems," said James. "As Optima's CIO, I'm excited to play a leadership role in delivering the performance, reliability and cost-effectiveness that our clients require."
"Optima is rapidly growing its client base of 10,000 post-acute care sites that treat two million patients each year," said Josh Pickus, Optima's CEO. "As we scale up, we're excited to add to our leadership team a consummate IT professional who will ensure that we deliver a best-in-class experience for our clients as they expand their operations."
Optima Healthcare Solutions is a leading provider of cloud-based software for post-acute care providers, including contract therapy companies, skilled nursing facilities, outpatient clinics, home health agencies and hospice organizations. More than 10,000 sites of service entrust Optima to deliver software that improves patient care and enhances business performance.
Schaumburg, IL — June 20, 2017 — Complia Health, a provider of home health care and hospice enterprise software, announced today the release of the long anticipated Suncoast Version 8.
The new version represents the first new release as part of the Complia Health product family. The company describes the release as introducing "a new era of innovation" for Suncoast customers.
"Version 8 was released to empower hospice providers by ensuring the highest quality of care delivery, enabling increased revenue and attaining regulatory compliance," the news release declared. "Version 8 is the first part of an aggressive initiative by Complia Heath to continue investing in the development of "best in class" software to meet the needs of homecare and hospice providers.
"We're excited to bring Version 8 to the hospice market," said Chris Junker, Complia Health CEO. "In today's market, agencies need an intuitive hospice product that helps their clinicians easily and efficiently navigate through daily workflows and deliver quality hospice care to their patients. Version 8 meets these needs and more."
Version 8 key features include:
About Complia Health, formerly Procura Healthcare Software
Complia Health provides technology and expertise for the long-term and post-acute care market. Nearly 3,000 home health, residential, community care, and hospice organizations in the U.S., Canada and Australia count on Complia Health for the clinical, operational, and financial solutions required to profitability deliver quality care. Complia Health's products line includes Procura, ContinuLink, Suncoast, Igea, and Progresa.
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