Sinq Technologies Springs Forward with Virginia's Association of Home Care and Hospice Conference and New Partnerships in Virginia
CHICAGO - March 22, 2019 - PRLog -- Sinq Technologies, a leader in home-care software that specializes in customized platforms, real-time modules, electronic visit verification, expansive reporting capabilities, off-line mobile technology, and compliant-by-design development, is excited to expand its growth within Virginia's home care market this Spring.
Sinq Technologies looks forward to the Spring 2019 Virginia Association of Home Care and Hospice conference and the partnership with Mountain Empire Older Citizens located in Big Stone Gap, Virginia. Sinq views its growth as a culmination of continuous improvements and upgrades from both its business development team and its highly-skilled software engineers.
Matt Tipples, Sinq's Business Development Executive, states that Virginia has had, and will continue to have, a positive impact on Sinq. "From our first experience with Virginia's Association of Home Care and Hospice, we knew Sinq would be a perfect fit. The reception we have received at past VAHC conferences, and the support we presently experience is amazing. The number of agencies and home care aides that visit our booth, and their eagerness to see our software demos never ceases to surprise. I believe the attendees really appreciate our personable approach and our custom, user-friendly software."
While Matt acknowledges the 21st Century Cures Act mandating Electronic Visit Verification for Personal Care Services by 2020 has peaked interest and concern, he notes that many providers are interested in the extra value Sinq's software has beyond the compliant-only option.
"Providers and payers alike are looking to provide value-based, efficient, quality care for their clients. Most providers and payers realize that EVV-only technology limits the potential of bringing that care and technology into the 21st Century home-care realm. Technology with API and interoperability excellence is where it is – and that is what Sinq offers. As a result, we continue to partner with providers like Mountain Empire Older Citizens. In addition to web-based demos and training with their staff, we will be providing in-person training at their offices. Sinq's personable approach and our eagerness to know the staff personally sets us apart from other home care software vendors."
Mountain Empire Older Citizens, located in Big Stone Gap, Virginia, is one example of providers eagerness to bring exceptional care into the era of technology. "From paper cuts to button clicks – that is a sign of progress. Sinq is looking forward to face-to-face trainings and the opportunity to build a lasting relationship with Mountain Empire Older Citizens. Our technology is the best on the market, and we are ready to prove that with another partner."
About Sinq Technologies
Sinq's collaborative, home care software platform and modules were built with purpose in mind. Sinq's Care Plan Transparency, Care Gap Management, Electronic Visit Verification, and Change in Care Monitoring makes Sinq's software stand out within the industry, as well as with Payers, Providers, and Plans. User-friendly technology/mobile app, real-time alerts, improved HEDIS and STAR ratings, reduced readmission rates, scheduling, industry-leading technology...Sinq is the total home care software solution. We can help you become compliant by 2020, but our expansive software offers long-term solutions for the betterment of your agency and clients.
Call today for more information, a free demo, or a consultation at 847-325-5007, or talk directly to Matt at 630-596-6721, email Matt at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit us at http://www.sinq.io/.
Matt Tipples, New Business Development Executive
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