The results are in! Last night, TeleTracking was honored to receive the Innovator of the Year: Health IT at the Pittsburgh Technology Council’s Tech 50 Awards. We were also honored to be a finalist in the Culture Leader of the Year category. Every year the Tech 50 honors the great companies of the Pittsburgh region’s technology community that are making an impact with their ideas and innovation—and it is the second time in three years that TeleTracking’s accomplishments have been recognized.
Two accomplishments in particular stood out. First, the fact that with 27 years of experience in patient flow, we have combined our vast learnings and standardized our best practices, along with providing a tactical roadmap to achieving them. And secondly, the launch of a series of mobile solutions to complement our patient throughput suite―which has elevated the organization to an entirely different class of enterprise technology solutions.
Accepting the award, Chris Johnson explained how our success is driven by our culture and mission. “TeleTracking believes it is unacceptable that patients are not able to access the care they need, when they need it, due to operating inefficiencies and unnecessary cost barriers. We take the time that is compromised with looking for beds, searching for equipment, and working through scheduling, and channel it back to patient care. That translates to a simple mission that attracts people to our organization, and also makes them want to stay―to ensure no one waits for the care they need.”