Feb. 27, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- One of the healthcare industry's leading sources of news and information recently interviewed
, Senior Vice President at Levi, Ray & Shoup, Inc. (LRS). A
transcript of the interview
is available at the HISTalk website.
Unlike many news sources, HISTalk is independently-written and maintained by an active IT professional who works for a non-profit hospital. Together with a small staff and several guest columnists, the anonymous "Mr. HISTalk" seeks to provide objective information on a variety of healthcare-related topics. According to his website, "Being anonymous also gives me an excuse to keep a distance from vendors, sponsors, and muckety-mucks. I do not meet with people, I do not take their calls, and I don't schmooze."
In the interview,
answered a variety of questions about printing challenges in the healthcare environment and commented on medical record trends. "Prior to the interview, I didn't know what kind of questions to expect," says Howerter. "However, just minutes into the call, I could tell that the interviewer had faced many of the same output challenges that our customers do every day. Documents are extremely important to timely patient care."
Those interested in learning about HISTalk can view their website at
or stop by the
event at the upcoming HIMSS show in
New Orleans, LA
. To arrange a meeting with LRS staff at HIMSS, contact
LRS is a privately-held U.S. company with corporate headquarters located in
, USA. Remote offices are located throughout
the United States
and in key geographic regions around the world. More than half of the Fortune 500 and Fortune 500 Service companies rely on industry-leading LRS
solutions, with products in use in over 30 countries. Industry analyst groups recognize LRS as a global IT leader and Software Magazine consistently ranks LRS as one of the top software companies in the world. For more information about LRS, visit
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