WALL TOWNSHIP, N.J. (PRWEB) November 14, 2017
HCS (http://www.hcsinteractant.com), a leading provider of enterprise-wide and easy-to-use, clinical and financial technology solutions to LTACH, senior living, and behavioral health facilities, has announced the appointment of Mitchell J. Morgan as Director of Sales for the organization.
Morgan previously came to HCS in 2009 as an Account Executive where he helped propel growth of the Interactant platform in the long-term acute care (LTACH) market. When CMS announced the implementation of the LTCH CARE Data Set in 2012, his strategy for HCS’s product launch allowed the company to expand its client base to support LTACHs nationwide in the effort to meet the mandate, and avoid Medicare payment reductions. Before rejoining HCS, Morgan spent the last several years successfully serving as Regional Sales Director for dbtech, a leading provider of solutions to manage, share, and protect mission-critical content within healthcare organizations.
“I’ve always kept a watchful eye on HCS,” said Morgan. “Having seen its growth in the marketplace, product innovations, and general buzz the company has been creating, it was abundantly clear that I needed to come back and be a part of this exciting team again.”
“Mitch did outstanding work in his first tour with HCS,” said Tom Fahey, CEO and president of HCS. “Mitch has his MBA in Healthcare Administration and has been working with healthcare organizations throughout his career—he lives and breathes healthcare. That makes him very adept at putting himself in the shoes of those our solutions are designed to help. He understands their business needs and day-to-day challenges. I couldn’t think of anyone more suited to lead our sales team to continued success.”
HCS provides an integrated clinical and financial IT platform to more than 6,000 LTACH, senior living, and behavioral health facilities. Since 1969, the HCS Interactant® platform has been delivering enterprise-wide and easy-to-adopt solutions for revenue cycle management, financial reporting, electronic medical records, mobile technology, and business intelligence.