My goal is to be a resource to potential and existing customers to show them how our technology can help them make a positive difference in the quality of care they provide, says Karla Baureis.
Clearwater, Florida (PRWEB) October 02, 2013
Karla Baureis brings expert knowledge of the care at home industry and has served as Director of Business Development for both Treasure Coast Hospice and LifePath Hospice in Florida. Baureis’ business development strategies proved successful in dramatically increasing admissions. Programs included a direct admit program for skilled nursing facilities that resulted in a nine percent admission increase, a dual diagnosis program for skilled nursing facilities, a tuck-in and dining assistance program for assisted living facilities and an extubation program to support patients on ventilators in short-term acute care hospitals. Her industry knowledge will be an asset to those she works with that are looking for technology solutions.
“It is our goal to hire representatives that are assets to those considering a new technology solution,” says Rob Stoltz, Suncoast Solutions VP of Business Development. “In Karla, they will find someone who has lived it and she will provide valuable insight in showing how our technology can be used to grow a business.”
“My goal is to be a resource to potential and existing customers to show them how our technology can help them make a positive difference in the quality of care they provide,” says Baureis. “Having spent my career in hospice, I have seen the challenges agencies face. As a former Suncoast Solutions user I know we can use our technology to find solutions to those challenges.”
About Suncoast Solutions
Based in Clearwater, Florida, Suncoast Solutions was founded in 1999 and develops and supports software that both facilitates and enhances all facets of hospice and home care management, including clinical, financial, reporting and business intelligence. Suncoast Solutions is dedicated to the care at home industry exclusively, serving one in four hospice patients throughout the country.