VersaSuite Honored at Texas Workforce Commission Conference


TWC awards VersaSuite the Employer Award of Excellence

AUSTIN – VersaSuite, a Williamson County health care software company, received the Employer Award of Excellence for the Workforce Solutions Rural Capital Area region at the Texas Workforce Commission’s (TWC) 14th Annual Texas Workforce Conference held November 17-19 in Dallas, Texas. The award honors employers that are actively involved with their local workforce board and that have made a positive impact on employers, workers and the community.

VersaSuite partners with Workforce Solutions Rural Capital Area for staffing needs and plans to grow to 200 employees by the end of 2011. VersaSuite is participating in the Texas Back to Work initiative and is using the Work Opportunity Tax Credit when hiring new employees. The company also posts job openings on
“Through the regional collaboration efforts of Workforce Solutions Rural Capital Area, private sector employers, area educational institutions and economic development entities join the Texas workforce system to design innovative programs to enhance the Texas economy,” said TWC Commissioner Representing the Public Andres Alcantar. “I’d like to take this opportunity to commend all who display such commitment and dedication to the employers and workers of Texas.”

Workforce Solution Rural Capital Area is one of 28 local workforce boards throughout the state. The board serves Bastrop, Blanco, Burnet, Caldwell, Fayette, Hays, Lee, Llano and Williamson counties. The primary goal of TWC and workforce boards is to respond to the needs of Texas employers and workers through locally designed, market-driven workforce development initiatives and services. All employers, workers and job seekers are eligible to take advantage of these services.

VersaSuite Recognized by EHRA for Adopting The EHR Developer Code Of Conduct

At its all-member meeting on February 23 at the HIMSS14 conference in Orlando, FL, the EHR Association recognized VersaSuite and sixteen other health IT companies that have adopted the EHR Developer Code of Conduct established by the Association and introduced in June 2013.

Association Chair Mickey McGlynn of Siemens told the recipients that, “By adopting the Code of Conduct, your organizations demonstrate leadership and your ongoing commitment to collaborate as trusted partners with customers and the industry.”

The EHR Developer Code of Conduct focuses on these topics:

  • General business practices
  • Patient safety
  • Interoperability and data portability
  • Clinical and billing documentation
  • Privacy and security
  • Patient engagement

For more information, visit the EHRA website and the EHR Code of Conduct page.