MEDSEEK, a leading provider of enterprise portal solutions designed to transform the customer experience, announced today that sales bookings rose 100 percent in the first quarter of 2008 compared to the same period a year ago. Twenty-six hospitals and healthcare systems, including four new clients, signed agreements to purchase MEDSEEK’s enterprise-wide software solutions and services to enhance the quality of their interactions and forge closer ties with patients, physicians, insurers and employees.

According to Peter Kuhn, president of MEDSEEK, “Our accelerated growth is driven by healthcare providers’ growing recognition that our industry leading solutions will enable them to enhance their bottom line by advancing clinical and operational efficiencies. Our first quarter performance not only demonstrates that we consistently deliver these complex solutions in a rapid, efficient and cost effective manner, but also underscores the power of our solutions to drive improved quality of care, reduced costs and enhanced communications among key constituents. We look forward to increased market penetration and to continuing to provide strong and proven return on investment for our clients.”


Birmingham, Ala.-based MEDSEEK provides 600+ healthcare organizations with cost-effective enterprise eHealth solutions to fully engage and strengthen relationships with key constituents–physicians, patients, employees, and consumers. By connecting information and communities to foster an enhanced experience with the organization, hospitals will improve community advocacy, revenue and patient throughput, and clinical decision making. MEDSEEK’s rapidly deployable, comprehensive technology platform and strategic consulting services create the infrastructure and provide the thought leadership for hospitals to deliver the most powerful portal solutions. MEDSEEK also maintains offices in California and Mississippi. For more information, visit or call 888-MEDSEEK.


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