Wrightsville Beach, NC (PRWEB) December 03, 2014 -- DocsInk announced today that Kim Snare has joined the organization as Vice President of Sales, to further develop their growing portfolio of regional and national accounts. Mrs. Snare comes with a wealth of experience within the healthcare industry, having spent the last several years at Greenway Health where she was instrumental in acquiring numerous large corporate accounts and expanding the product offering within the existing client base. Mrs. Snare joins DocsInk as the company releases the newest version of their award winning application, DocsInk Connect.
“I am thrilled to be joining such an innovative company dedicated to both the financial and communication needs of the healthcare industry,” Snare said. By adding expert, Kim Snare, to their team, DocsInk emphasizes the company’s continuing commitment to being the leader in healthcare communication and charge capture technology. DocsInk CEO, Julie Thomas, stated, “Our new innovations and steady growth led us to fill this key position within our organization. Mrs. Snare shares our passion and drive to fill the gaps that have plagued the healthcare industry for years.” Dr. Josh Dobstaff, DocsInk Chief Medical Officer, added, “We are only interested in building our organization with the best candidates from across the country. That being said, I am pleased to welcome Mrs. Snare, and I am confident that she will be very successful in her new role.”
DocsInk was recently recognized by the NC Technology Association (NCTA), for their excellence in technology and business. Out of over 500 companies, DocsInk was chosen as a top five finalist in both the Corporate Award Category as the Top Communications Technology Company and in the Use of Technology Category as the Top Health & Wellness Company. The NCTA Awards Gala was held at the Raleigh, NC Convention Center in early November, where DocsInk garnered the award of Top 10 Startups to Watch. "We were incredibly honored to win this award, in addition to being selected as a finalist in several categories with huge names like Google and Cisco," said CEO, Julie Thomas.
During her NCTA interview, Mrs. Thomas announced DocsInk has experienced a growth rate in excess of 25% over the last quarter. She elaborated on their recent success stating, “DocsInk is providing physicians, hospitals and healthcare networks all over the country an instant ROI with our simple and sleek mobile charge capture solution.” Thomas added, “When you couple that with real-time connectivity, you have the key ingredients to improved population health across the continuum.” She continued, “Doctors appreciate that vital communication no longer has to come at the expense of clinical workflows and financial viability.” When asked of their plans for the future, Mrs. Thomas stated, “We will stay ahead of the curve and remain committed to simple and affordable solutions which help physicians save time, make more money, and easily communicate regardless of any other technology they have in place”.
DocsInk’s mobile application is available for download in iTunes and Google Play. Designed for use by medical providers who render patient care in hospitals, ambulatory facilities, multiple outpatient offices, skilled nursing facilities, ACO’s, and home health agencies, DocsInk addresses the financial and communication needs of medical professionals with the following integrated functionality: mobile charge capture, secure texting and messaging, referral/consult management, automated admission and discharge notifications, sharing of clinical data and images, transitional care/patient discharge dashboards, billing dashboards, and reporting and data analytics. To learn more about DocsInk, visit https://www.docsink.com/.
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Kim Snare, DocsInk, http://www.docsink.com, +1 910-599-0700, [email protected]