Versatile, Inc., an end-to-end IT solutions provider, announced today that as a result of recent hires and acquisitions, it is launching a new team that augments Versatile’s current portfolio of technology services in the healthcare space. Newly branded as Versatile Healthcare Solutions, it provides an expanded platform for Versatile’s healthcare information technology offerings.
“We are thrilled to have brought on many healthcare IT experts who have an established reputation in providing a strategic approach to solving complex healthcare IT challenges,” said John Barker, CEO and Co-Founder of Versatile. “Versatile is now well-positioned to increase services capabilities for our current and future clients,” he added.
Versatile’s CTO and Co-Founder, Kevin Meany, added, “For nearly 25 years, Versatile has had a demonstrated track record in helping businesses solve complicated technology challenges. We look forward to blending Versatile’s successful reputation as a trusted technology partner with this healthcare solutions expertise to offer even greater value to our clients.”
The new Versatile Healthcare Solutions team brings over 15 years of experience and expertise in planning, implementing and managing healthcare IT solutions. Combined with Versatile’s traditional depth in cloud services, datacenter management and networking, the new offering brings a strong set of additional capabilities to benefit new and existing clients. “The focus on supporting the ambulatory healthcare environment is a perfect complement to Versatile’s full spectrum of IT services,” said David Christianson, Senior Vice President, Versatile Service Organization. “We are supporting thousands of ‘small businesses’ when we look at healthcare delivery at the physician and practice level. The new team’s experience dates to the earliest pilot rollouts of electronic health records in 2001. Our focus on making IT work at the practice level allows clinicians to focus on their patients, not technology.”
Versatile Healthcare Solutions will also focus on enabling and supporting technology that helps clinicians more effectively serve patients by curbing the burden of technology.