Calabasas, Calif. (PRWEB) June 28, 2006
RES-Q® Healthcare Systems, developer of labor and surgery resource management and scheduling software for hospitals, announced that it has retained David Aquilina, a Minneapolis-based corporate communications consultant, to provide public relations services for the company.
“David has a strong background in healthcare IT,” said Michael Meisel, president and chief executive officer, RES-Q Healthcare Systems. “With his experience in developing user case studies, we will advance our efforts to communicate that RES-Q delivers measurable results that hospitals can count on: faster scheduling, reduced overtime, decreased use of costly outside agency staff, greater consistency in the application of equitable scheduling rules, and improved employee satisfaction.”
About David Aquilina, Strategic Storyteller
“David A” is a seasoned communications professional in Minneapolis, Minn. A freelancer, he works with fast-growing companies and innovative non-profits to craft their messages and tell their stories to the audiences whose decisions and actions impact their success. Aquilina has won numerous awards from the International Association of Business Communicators for excellence in writing and media relations. He holds a bachelor’s of arts degree in political science and religion from Denison University, a master’s of theological studies from Harvard Divinity School, and a master’s of arts from the Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota.
About RES-Q® Healthcare Systems
Since 1979, RES-Q® Healthcare Systems (Calabasas, Calif.) has pursued one mission: advancing resource management and scheduling software for hospitals. RES-Q® Labor Resource Management produces clinically sound, skill-matched, financially optimized, and productive staffing in schedules that account for staff preferences. RES-Q® Perioperative Resource Management reviews and verifies surgeon needs and preferences, personnel and equipment requirements, supply lists and inventory, and operating room availability and then establishes surgery schedules that minimize conflicts and maximize productivity. RES-Q’s management team, with an average of 15 years with the company and decades of front-line experience in hospital administration, helps hospitals set their schedules for today and set course for success tomorrow. For more information, call (800) 572-1911 call or visit http://www.res-q.com.
Note: The online press kit for RES-Q Healthcare Systems is available at http://www.res-q.com/index_news.htm. RES-Q will demonstrate its software at the Nursing Management Congress at the Downtown Marriott, Philadelphia, Penn., October 15-17, 2006.