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[February 26, 2013]

Stoltenberg Consulting to Showcase Community and Rural IT Support And Deployment Program at HIMSS13 Conference, March 3 - 7

PITTSBURGH, Feb. 26, 2013 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Stoltenberg Consulting, Inc., a leading healthcare information technology consulting firm, will highlight its community and rural hospital IT support model, "ACHIEVE," at the HIMSS13 Annual Conference & Exhibition, March 3-7, in New Orleans, booth #4227.

"The HIMSS Conference provides the perfect setting for Stoltenberg to interface with constituents in the healthcare technology community, showcase best practice solutions, and discuss the issues that have a profound impact on our industry, such as the struggle many hospitals are facing in meeting stringent regulatory requirements," said Sheri Stoltenberg, CEO of Stoltenberg Consulting.

The ACHIEVE Program, as emphasized in a recent issue brief from Stoltenberg Consulting, provides leadership for community hospitals seeking to meet meaningful use based on best practices and rapid deployment strategies.

Additionally, Stoltenberg will be showcasing it's recently launched Help Desk Service Line, a live, 24/7 IT service providing targeted electronic medical records (EMR) tier one support for hospitals, as well as optional tier two and three support. Hospitals challenged by post-implementation issues support and limited resources benefit from the Help Desk's fast, effective IT support and can focus instead on big picture IT implementation.

Finally, Stoltenberg Consulting will host consultants from the Stoltenberg Junior Consultant Program at HIMSS, who will assist the company in conducting an on-site survey on the topic of helping rural and community hospitals to meet meaningful use. The Stoltenberg Junior Consultant Program trains recent college graduates aspiring to a career in the healthcare technology industry through onsite hospital internships, specialized vendor training and close mentoring.

"Through this survey, we hope to gain additional insight into how the industry is supporting community and rural hospitals and what more we - as consultants and vendors - can do to ensure all hospitals have the opportunity to enhance patient care delivery," explained Ms. Stoltenberg. "This also allows us to provide our Junior Consultants the chance to network with distinguished leaders and learn first-hand about healthcare IT." To learn more about the Stoltenberg ACHIEVE Program, Help Desk Service Line and Junior Consulting Program, visit them at HIMSS13 at booth #4227. Or, visit the Stoltenberg Consulting website and watch their 3-minute informational movie at

About Stoltenberg ConsultingFounded in 1995, Pittsburgh-based Stoltenberg Consulting Inc. creates an environment for success by working with health care organizations to provide a variety of services including project management, implementation support and integration between systems. Members of the Stoltenberg Consulting team are consultants with extensive experience in both financial and clinical systems, averaging more than 15 years of direct on-site hospital experience. Stoltenberg Consulting has grown rapidly to serve a client base of more than 200 preeminent healthcare organizations throughout the United States providing services for Siemens (Approved Partner), Epic (Preferred Partner), Cerner, McKesson, Meditech, NextGen, Allscripts and Zynx customers. For more information call 1-888-724-1326 or visit

Media Contact:Emma LudwinKNB Communicationseludwin@knbpr.com203-504-8230 ext. 107 SOURCE Stoltenberg Consulting, Inc. NewsItemId=NE65929&Transmission_Id=201302260900PR_NEWS_USPR_____NE65929&DateId=20130226

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