Henderson, Nevada (PRWEB) June 28, 2013
Cloud-MDs have expanded its sales organization across the Gulf Coast, the Eastern Seaboard from Florida through the Carolinas and West to California. Major sales agencies have been established in Nevada, California, Texas, Mississippi and Georgia.
Mr. Michael DeLaGarza, CEO of Cloud-MDs stated, “This announcement adds essential sales capacity and capabilities to our existing sales team and leverages the existing relationships these new sales organizations have with the physician practices they currently serve. These new sales organizations are already serve the healthcare industry and our comprehensive and digitally secure Cloud-MD Office solution offers their clients new capabilities and services that will help them improve their bottom lines and more easily deal with the ever changing healthcare landscape imposed by new federal regulations, especially the forthcoming Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare) which will place significant burdens on medical businesses starting in 2014.”
For further information about Cloud Medical Doctor Software Corporation go to http://www.cloud-mds.com or mdlg(at)cloud-mds(dot)com.
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