Itelecom USA brings GO+ Lighting-As-A-Service solution to two more South Florida healthcare facilities
Mark Grnja, founder and co-Principal of Qualcare and Radiology Consultants stated, “Our clinic looks bright and clean - the quality of the new lighting is superior to what we had before, and now we don’t have to worry about the on-going maintenance of our lighting as it’s covered in the service provided by Itelecom”.
Christopher Zanyk, GM for Itelecom, USA explains, “We want to help Hospitals and Health Care Facilities in their efforts to ‘go green’ and their efforts to improve the patient’s experience with next-generation lighting – with the GO+ Lighting Upgrade Service, Hospital Managers and Health Care business owners get the latest available lighting technology available, and they have one less thing to worry about in terms of their facility and staying modern.”
Itelecom provides an innovative model for helping large companies and property owners to upgrade their entire lighting infrastructure to the latest and most efficient lighting technology available without needing to tap into any new budget allocation. Itelecom performs the upgrade of lighting with no upfront cost, and then offers a monthly Lighting Service for 1-5 years. As the GO+ Lighting Service eliminates the on-going Maintenance costs and reduces the lighting portion of the electric bill, the monthly service cost is largely paid for out of the savings.
Branded as “GO+”, Itelecom has deployed this “Lighting Upgrade Service” throughout the US and South America.
About Qualcare and Radiology Consultants: QualCare Medical Group is a large multi-specialty group based in Hollywood, Florida, bringing together highly trained, experienced physicians and state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment facilities throughout Dade and Broward County. We have offices in Hollywood, Pembroke Pines, Weston, Miramar and Plantation, FL.
QualCare Medical Group, which was built on the foundation of established primary care medical practices, includes Board Certified Internal Medicine physicians and Family Practice physicians. Alongside, we partnered with a “preferred network” of Board Certified specialty physicians, all of whom work as a team, consulting and collaborating to provide patients with in depth high quality coordinated care.
QualCare Medical Group also has an affiliation contract with a large multi-specialty group practice in Hernando County Florida, called Access Health Care, which includes over 85 participating physicians. Access provides a substantial resource for QualCare to create a model of integrated services for the future including: integrated EHR connectivity within the group physicians for scheduling group appointments, risk sharing arrangements on the MA-PD side, and integrated quality initiatives and disease management programs across the medical group with the ability to share “best practices.”
For more information, please visit: http://www.qualcaremedicalgroup.com or http://www.radiologyconsultants.org.
About Itelecom and Itelecom USA: Itelecom is dedicated to providing state-of-the-art solutions for Telcos, MSOs, and large Enterprises. With more than 120 employees throughout the Americas, Itelecom is an innovation company with the ability, resources, and willingness to design, customize, and personalize hardware and/or software per a customer’s requirement. Itelecom’s US, Caribbean, and Canada HQ is located in Miami Lakes, Florida, and Itelecom’s global HQ is located in Santiago, Chile. For more information, please visit: www.itelecomusa.com.
Contact:Christopher Zanyk, President – US, Canada, Caribbean - Itelecom USA
+1 305 557 4660
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