|By Business Wire||
|June 26, 2014 10:15 AM EDT||
CareTech Solutions, an information technology and Web products and services provider for U.S. hospitals, announced today that the company has launched an all-new corporate website, www.caretech.com. The new website is built on CareTech’s own healthcare-specific content management system (CMS) called CareWorks™ CMS v4.1. This newest version of CareWorks enables responsive design, which allows the site to automatically adapt itself to any viewing device.
“Our goal was to build a user-friendly, simple to navigate site featuring informative and engaging content inspired by our 15 years of experience serving hospitals and health systems,” said Jody Meehan, director, Marketing Communications, CareTech Solutions. “CareWorks advanced capabilities allowed us to transform caretech.com into a healthcare IT services online resource that helps site visitors find the relevant, up-to-date information needed to make informed decisions regarding their IT investments.”
The website also includes a careers section with available positions targeting information technology experts with a spirit of innovation who thrive in a culture of customer service excellence.
About CareTech Solutions
CareTech Solutions is an information technology (IT) and Web products and services provider for U.S. hospitals and health systems, creating value for clients through customized IT solutions that contribute to improving the patient experience while lowering healthcare costs. From implementing emerging technologies to supporting day-to-day IT operations, CareTech offers clients expert health information technology services earning it the 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2013 Best in KLAS award for IT Outsourcing (Extensive), and the 2012 and 2013 IT Partial Outsourcing Award as ranked by healthcare executives and professionals in the respective annual “Best in KLAS Awards: Software & Services” report.
For more information, please visit www.caretech.com
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