“Our continued success is a direct result of the investments we’ve made in our platform and our team to ensure successful implementations, a high degree of collaboration with our user community and continuous product innovation,” said David Klements, president and CEO of Qualifacts.Vice President of Marketing Ben Bredesen said the company is targeting $2.6 million in sales for Q4, though it's typically the company's slowest quarter of the year.
Local health care information technology company InVivoLink has launched a mobile version of its web-based software tool for scheduling and managing inventory for implant surgeries. The application — called “Remote Control” — works on the iPhone, iPad, Android and BlackBerry devices to help hospitals, physicians and medical device manufacturers more easily coordinate total joint replacement implant procedures. The company’s web-based tool also tracks data before, during and after surgical procedures to help clinicians measure clinical, financial and operational outcomes. “We’re actually solving business workflow problems, we’re solving patient care problems, we’re helping the physicians be more productive and efficient,” said CEO Ryan Wells, “and that’s how you get the model to expand throughout the country.” Nashville-based InVivoLink currently has 15 employees and about 100 customers.