Syft’s Pandemic Integrity Program
As hospitals begin to recover from COVID-19 costs and revenue losses, hospital leaders are looking for ways to best manage their path to recovery in labor and non-labor areas. Recognizing this challenge, Syft has created a Pandemic Integrity Program (PIP) in which hospitals are eligible to receive best market pricing, twelve-months deferred payments for Syft Synergy™, and a hardware allowance per hospital for mobile computers, barcode printers, scanners, and other items needed to implement a turnkey, enterprise platform solution to transform your hospital’s supply chain.
Syft, a well-established company founded in 1999, desires to play an active role in assisting hospital and health systems in their recovery process and stands ready to financially contribute during this unprecedented time of need.
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Todd Plesko brings deep entrepreneurial and executive experience, having founded and led several successful healthcare technology companies. As CEO of triPRACTIX, he grew the business to become one of the nation’s largest GE Centricity™ resellers. He then founded and was Chairman and CEO of Extension Healthcare, a spin out of triPRACTIX. Extension provided over 270 hospital customers with a robust clinical integration and caregiver communications solution. The company was acquired by Vocera Communications in 2016, where Mr. Plesko served as Vice President of Product Strategy, guiding all aspects of product management, development, and direction for Vocera’s industry-leading clinical communications platform. Previous experience also includes being Chief Information Officer at a large, multi-site healthcare provider organization.
Mr. Plesko holds a BA from Central Michigan University and an MBA from Indiana Institute of Technology.