NALTH is an important association that we’re proud to be a part of and support
WALL TOWNSHIP, N.J. (PRWEB) April 03, 2018
HCS (http://www.hcsinteractant.com), a leading provider of an all-in-one healthcare technology platform that is changing the way multi-site providers deliver quality care, while streamlining and consolidating business operations, is proud to exhibit as an Advocate Level sponsor at the NALTH Spring Clinical Education & Annual Meeting. This year’s meeting will be taking place at the Hyatt Centric French Quarter New Orleans Hotel on April 5th - April 6th.
The National Association of Long Term Hospitals (NALTH) provides representation to member organizations on legislative, regulatory, policy and industry issues, while leading the development of strategies influencing and promoting public policy, with the goal of advancing the health and best interests of long-term patients. This year’s meeting will cover a range of topics on case management, utilization, and policies that are important to the LTACH market.
“NALTH is an important association that we’re proud to be a part of and support,” said Tom Fahey, president and CEO of HCS. “The meeting is a great opportunity to hear what is challenging LTACH providers, and to discuss ways in which we can help them achieve positive outcomes across their operations.”
HCS has seen strong demand for its platform in the long term acute care hospital area, mainly due to its specific functionality, built-in automated processes, and reporting capabilities. Interactant is specifically designed for multi-site hospitals, which aids in delivering quality care while streamlining and consolidating business operations.
HCS is a leading provider of an all-in-one healthcare technology platform that spans electronic health records (EHR), revenue cycle management, financial management, mobility, and business intelligence. In use at more than 5,000 LTACH, behavioral health, and senior living facilities, the Interactant® platform helps multi-site providers deliver better quality and safety of care, while increasing efficiencies and financial performance.