Rycan Expanding Services and Workforce in Marshall
Interviews for new jobs will begin immediately
Marshall, Minn., June 30, 2016 – Qualified candidates are being sought to staff an expanded workforce at the offices of healthcare technology provider Rycan in Marshall. Ten to 15 employees are needed immediately, with many more to be added in coming months.
Rycan helps its healthcare customers, including hospitals, skilled nursing facilities and clinics, improve their finances through automation software. Now, jobs will be added at Rycan operations in Marshall because a customer service center is being established for sister company TruBridge, a wholly-owned subsidiary of national healthcare technology leader CPSI (NASDAQ:CPSI).
In January of this year, CPSI acquired Healthland and its affiliates Rycan Technologies and American HealthTech.
“With Rycan now a member of the larger CPSI family, together with TruBridge services, we are seeing real interest in this newly combined, market-leading offering,” said Chris Fowler, CPSI Chief Operating Officer and President of TruBridge.
“When we expand our operations in rural communities such as Marshall, it means jobs and economic development for the area, plus an important customer support center for our company -- a win-win for everyone involved,” Fowler said.
The new positions will be part of a team working with a growing customer base in the Midwest, helping customers to receive payments owed for their health services. The program is called “Private Pay Service” -- a component of TruBridge’s revenue cycle management services for its healthcare customers. TruBridge has similar service teams across the country, each designed to provide a familiar, regional feel and connection over the phone.
“Our services help small and rural hospitals achieve the very best financial performance possible for their organizations while maintaining a positive image in their communities,” said Fowler.
“We recognize that rural and small hospitals are in a very personal business, treating their friends, family and neighbors,” Fowler said. “That’s why we take the same personal, careful approach by opening regional support centers and when discussing payment options with members of the community.”
Fowler said, “We recognize the critical importance of keeping healthcare in the community and that is what drives us to help small and rural providers succeed now and well into the future.”
This customer service center is expected to open in August. Candidates with customer service skills who are interested in employment opportunities can find more information and apply at the Minnesota employment link at www.trubridge.com/mnjobs. Interviews will be scheduled soon after the July 4 holiday.