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Summary: Medsphere’s ethos is to provide support beyond its software solutions to hospitals, clinics, and health systems that might otherwise be left behind due to budget constraints, rural locations, and fluctuating patient demand.
FREMONT, CA:“Many clinics and other outpatient providers are simply unable to spend large amounts on the IT that will help them transform their practices, which is why we are so excited to add Systeem to our platform of solutions and services,” remarks Irv Lichtenwald, CEO, Medsphere on Medsphere Systems Corporation, a leading provider of cost-effective and interoperable healthcare IT platform solutions acquisition of System Medical Information Systems of Plano, Texas. Systeem specializes in providing fundamental information technology services to ambulatory healthcare providers.
Systeem, which was founded in 2009, powers the healthcare IT foundations of better ambulatory care by providing managed IT services, help desk support, customization, ambulatory electronic health records (EHR) implementation, and support, and cloud solutions that drive enhanced security and IT savings.
“Our entire organization is excited about becoming a part of the larger Medsphere team and contributing to the affordable healthcare IT platform the company is assembling,” states Systeem CEO Michael Sullivan. “It became clear to us early in discussions that Medsphere is a good fit based on the shared philosophy of providing affordable IT support for healthcare organizations that may not have a lot to spend on technology. We cannot use technology to help improve healthcare if it is only available to some.”
Medsphere’s ethos is to provide support beyond its software solutions to hospitals, clinics, and health systems that might otherwise be left behind due to budget constraints, rural locations, and fluctuating patient demand. Clinical, financial, supply chain, security, physician recruitment, and data transfer and preservation goals are all supported by the Medsphere platform. Medsphere can provide agile, efficient solutions for complex healthcare difficulties because of bundled IT resources and cross-trained implementation teams. “Efficiency and reliable IT security have become essential components of a well-run healthcare operation in recent years, and Systeem enables these objectives for organizations looking for affordable expertise and peace of mind,” added Lichtenwald.
With many rural hospitals closing each year and many more bordering on insolvency, Medsphere also employs a subscription service with no upfront payments to meet clients where they are and empower financial stability through technology driven efficiencies. As indicated by an average 20 percent increase in contracted yearly recurring revenue over the last few years, the corporation sees the strategy as producing awareness and dividends.