Vecna Exhibits Patient Self-Service Solutions and Infection Surveillance Software at HFMA’s 53rd Joseph A. Levi Annual Institute in New York
CAMBRIDGE, MA – On March 8th & 9th, Vecna Technologies will attend the Healthcare Financial Management Association’s Joseph A. Levi Annual Institute in East Elmhurst, New York. Vecna will exhibit its process-optimizing patient self-service infection surveillance solutions during the Institute’s Vendor Fair. The Institute is presented by HFMA’s Metropolitan New York Chapter and is built around the theme “Believe to Achieve.”
Vecna welcomes the opportunity to show Institute attendees how Vecna’s solutions save time, save money, save lives, and increase satisfaction in the healthcare space. Deb Hagberg, the Director of Business Development for Vecna’s clinical solutions, is one of the Vecna team members attending the Institute. Describing the event, Deb noted, “In alignment with the conference goal, Vecna’s patient self-service solutions (kiosk models and the associated web portal) facilitate revenue capture, validate insurance eligibility, increase efficiencies, improve data accuracy, reduce loss due to bad debt, and enable better ommunication between patient and provider. Vecna’s QC PathFinder® infection surveillance and pharmacy stewardship software solution facilitates improvements in infection prevention while complying with mandatory regulatory reporting and maximizing CMS reimbursements. These tools support initiatives in healthcare reform and provide substantial return on investment for the healthcare facility.”
Ms. Hagberg and the other representatives from Vecna look forward to exhibiting Vecna’s products and helping financial executives see how they can partner with Vecna to optimize efficiency and maximize savings while improving the quality of the care they provide.
Vecna Robotics is dedicated to developing robotic systems that live up to Vecna’s motto, “Better Technology, Better World®.” Vecna’s renowned Bear™ robot is the most powerful humanoid robot in the world. Vecna’s QC Bot™ robot offers hospital telepresence, secure delivery, and self-service using the world’s most advanced autonomous navigation capability. Vecna robotics has also developed intelligent software such as Simpedia™, a high-fidelity model-based dynamic physics simulation environment, and NRV™, a state-of-the-art autonomous robot control system. Vecna Robotics continues to innovate aggressively and anticipates the release of several cutting-edge, stealth-mode robotics products over the next several years. Vecna Robotics is a division of Vecna Technologies, Inc.