StatCom's unique solution was designed specifically to tackle patient throughput and capacity management challenges
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) December 5, 2007
StatCom, the leading provider of patient flow logistics and tracking software, announces the appointment of Jim Rosenblum as executive vice president, products and chief technology officer. Rosenblum joins StatCom's senior leadership team and will be responsible for defining product strategy and development, as well as scaling the organization and processes to support the company's growth. StatCom's unique hospital-wide enterprise solution focuses on optimizing patient throughput and capacity by managing patient flow from admission to discharge.
"As StatCom has proven the market opportunity for patient flow solutions and we've seen demand increase, it was time to bring in talent to help take us to the next level," said Eric Morgan, president and CEO of StatCom. "Jim brings valuable healthcare industry experience, as well as software development leadership that will ensure the performance of our product."
StatCom coordinates patients and resources from admission through discharge, including bed management, environmental services, transportation, patient LOS management, OR patient flow, ED patient flow, and discharge coordination. It informs physicians, staff, and family as to the location and status of the patient throughout the care progression, and it provides real-time tools to effectively manage that flow within and between departments. A number of leading and innovative hospitals in the U.S. are using StatCom to address their patient flow challenges.
"StatCom's unique solution was designed specifically to tackle patient throughput and capacity management challenges," said Rosenblum. "With the growing demand to improve operations, communications, and satisfaction with care in hospitals, StatCom provides an enterprise solution that touches every area from admissions to discharge. They've taken a logistics technology that has been used in other industries successfully for years and have applied it to healthcare, the industry that needs it the most. I look forward to providing technical guidance to the StatCom team and its customers."
Rosenblum brings nearly 20 years of software development and healthcare solution leadership experience to StatCom. Most recently, he served as chief technology officer for Emmi Solutions where he was responsible for technology platform, software development, IT, QA and client services departments. Prior to that, he served in senior executive roles at I-trax and Ikadega. Before I-trax, Rosenblum was chief technology officer of Allscripts, Inc., a billion dollar healthcare information technology company. At Allscripts he managed the product development of its successful, hand-held physician prescribing system and contributed significantly to Allscripts becoming a billion dollar company. Rosenblum is a Certified Professional in Healthcare Information and Management Systems (CPHIMS).
StatCom's patient flow logistics and tracking software was developed to improve hospital-wide communications, patient throughput and capacity management. This unique healthcare IT solution provides an immediate and comprehensive view of the entire patient flow process with real-time tools to manage that flow within and between departments. Operational visibility increases, communication is enhanced, and patient care hand-offs are turned into handshakes. As a result, financial performance is maximized while greatly enhancing the patient experience. A number of leading and innovative hospitals in the U.S. are using StatCom to address their patient flow challenges. StatCom is a subsidiary of Jackson Healthcare Solutions, a group of companies focused on providing the healthcare industry with innovative people resources and IT solutions. For more information contact StatCom at 800.930.0870 or at info @ statcom.com.