We feel that Rob’s experience and industry knowledge will help us continue to grow and deliver innovative products to organizations that continue to diversify by serving hospice, home health and private duty business lines.
Clearwater, FL (PRWEB) September 24, 2013
Robert Stoltz will serve as Suncoast Solutions Vice President of Business Development. Stoltz brings nearly 20 years of expertise in care at home IT solutions. His experience includes the sale of technology solutions such as EMR, financial applications, interoperability solutions and decision support tools to the home health, hospice and private duty markets. He has served on product leadership teams and product advisory panels to help guide product development in solving real world problems. Over the course of his career, Stoltz has accrued a keen understanding of reduced re-hospitalizations, system interoperability, Health Information Exchanges (HIEs), Electronic Medical/Health Records (EMRs and EHRs), Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), SaaS and client/server applications.
“We are proud that our company is known for its commitment and expertise to the care at home industry,” says Teresa Craig, Suncoast Solutions CEO. “We feel that Rob’s experience and industry knowledge will help us continue to grow and deliver innovative products to organizations that continue to diversify by serving hospice, home health and private duty business lines.”
“Suncoast has a great tradition of serving the hospice industry,” says Stoltz. “We will continue to enhance the great solutions we provide to hospice while expanding our capabilities to provide diversified organizations with a proven solution so they can meet business challenges facing this changing industry.”
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.