Texas-Based Rehabilitation Hospitals Select MEDHOST

Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals will benefit from MEDHOST systems, which helps facilities operate more effectively and efficiently

Press Release updated: Oct 26, 2017 13:00 CST

​MEDHOST, Inc., a provider of market-leading enterprise, departmental, and healthcare engagement solutions, announced today that Texas-based Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals has selected MEDHOST for its first two Texas hospitals in Temple and Longview.

Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals recently announced that it will begin construction on these rehabilitation hospitals with plans to expand its footprint in the near future.  Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals selected MEDHOST based on its service record, successful implementations, and excellent return on investment.  Additionally, Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals also intends to acquire MEDHOST’s clinical solutions for other facilities as they grow and expand.  

“Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals was looking for an enterprise financial solution for our new facilities and wanted to acquire a solution that provided us with maximum return on investment along with great support,” said Jay Quintana, CEO at Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals. “We have high hopes with MEDHOST based on its reputation in the post-acute care health market and excellent implementation services, for a solution that delivers great value.”

“We have high hopes with MEDHOST based on its reputation in the post-acute care health market and excellent implementation services, for a solution that delivers great value.”

Jay Quintana, CEO at Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals

“Our financial and clinical solutions can help reduce risk and enhance patient care, as well as help facilities more tightly manage complex contracts for maximum revenue,” said Bill Anderson, Chairman and CEO of MEDHOST. “The complexity of rehabilitation reimbursement charges can have a significant effect on the finances of a rehabilitation facility, and we are excited to be helping Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals access this frequently lost revenue more efficiently.”

About Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals, LLC

Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals, LLC is a physical rehabilitation hospital company that delivers post-acute healthcare services, offering both facility-based and outpatient services to communities. Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals LLC is headquartered in Dallas, Texas and is committed to making healthcare remarkable for our patients by providing local rehab alternatives. For more information please visit http://www.everestrehab.com.

About MEDHOST

MEDHOST® is a provider of market-leading enterprise, departmental, and healthcare engagement solutions to more than 1,000 healthcare facilities. Our integrated product portfolio includes intuitive, cloud-based solutions, including YourCareEverywhere™, a robust health and wellness consumer engagement platform. Our broad offering of hosting, outsourcing, marketing, and consulting services are changing how clinicians and hospital leaders work and collaborate, while generating notable operational improvements. MEDHOST delivers value by enabling hospitals of all types and sizes to better manage the business of healthcare across the care continuum while meeting evolving regulatory requirements.

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Contact:

Samra Khan

Enterprise Brand Manager at MEDHOST

615.761.2119

[email protected]

Source: MEDHOST

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