August 15, 2010
The annual NCIL Conference (National Centers of Independent Living) which celebrated 20 years of ADA at the Grand Hyatt in Washington, DC. The conference began on July 19 and lasted through the 22nd of July.
Q90’s successful software for Independent Living Centers and similar facilities was showcased by some of the CIL Suite experts from Q90 at the conference.
The conference was a great experience, and the team at Q90 enjoyed visiting with clients and making new friends at the NCIL conference!
December 31, 2009
In 2009 Q90 Corporation hit numerous milestones.
Q90 Professional Services and Q90 Mail were successful in gaining more clients and expanding the reach of the services the company offers.
Our product CIL Suite obtained 20% market share in the industry and continues to grow. CIL Suite is now the leading software choice for CILs across the nation.
In July we launched Hospice Management Suite, a premier software solution for hospices. The reception for this product continues to be quite positive, and we’re excited to help more hospices in the industry.
Early this year Q90 was awarded the Utah Work/Life Award for providing an exceptional work-life for our employees. We are grateful for the support we receive from our clients, partners and associates.
We look forward to the further growth that 2010 will bring, and hope you have a marvelous new year!
November 11, 2009
The Hospice Management Suite team attended the annual Utah Hospice and Palliative Care Organization Conference the past two days, on Monday November 9 and Tuesday November 10, and enjoyed meeting with numerous Utah hospice organizations and services. The conference was hosted at the Miller Campus of Salt Lake Community College. It was a wonderful event! A big thank you to the folks at UHPCO for putting the conference together and to all who stopped by.
October 30, 2009
Q90 Coporation celebrated Halloween with a company potluck and costume contest today. The potluck provided a feast of dozens of delicous options, and afterward the costume contest rendered Katie (the Zombie) and Devin (Jack Sparrow) the winners of the contest. We hope you have a very happy Halloween!
Photos by Rex Hale
October 15, 2009
Representatives from the Hospice Management Suite team went to Los Angeles earlier this week to attend the 28th Annual Meeting and Exposition for NAHC. The National Association for Home Care & Hospice is the nation’s largest trade association representing the interests and concerns of home care agencies, hospices, and home care aide organizations. The conference went from October 10th through the 14th, and was a great way to expose more hospices to Hospice Management Suite.
October 13, 2009
Q90 employees represent CIL Suite at the APRIL conference from October 10th-12th this last weekend.
National Account Executive Tim Thorn said, “It was great to hear all the positive feedback from all of the Independent Living Centers that are using CIL Management Suite. Multiple times directors and staff communicated to me that they don’t know what they would do without it!”
APRIL is a national organization that works toward advancing the rights of disabled people in rural America. Founded in 1986 and currently operated out of North Little Rock, Arkansas, APRIL is a nonprofit organization with a membership-base consisting of centers for independent living, as well as satellite and branch offices for these centers, statewide independent living councils, and other related persons and organizations. The conference was held in Fajardo, Puerto Rico at El Conquistador Resort and Golden Door Spa.
September 25, 2009
Earlier this week the sales team for Hospice Management Suite traveled to Denver, Colorado to attend the software’s first national conference. NHPCO’s 10th Annual Clinical Conference is being attended by over 1,400 hospice and palliative care professionals and researchers. The conference ends tomorrow.
Hospice Management Suite’s team is introducing conference attendees to software that hospice workers nationwide describe as the most intuitive option on the market.
Craig Jaynes of Community Care Hospice in Ohio said: “After investigating several EMR approaches, we have chosen HMS and there are, I think, two overriding reasons: 1) Simplicity – in presentation, in layout of screens, in the ability to quickly enter accurate information, in cost structure/pricing, and in training/implementation. 2) Sincerity – these folks completely are committed to listening and making the changes necessary to make the program work best for the user. What more could you ask?”
We are excited to introduce more hospices to Hospice Management Suite.