Industry Veteran Jason Banks Joins nVoq Incorporated, Leading Post-Acute Sales | Colorado



BOULDER, Colorado., July 20, 2021 / PRNewswire / – nVoq Incorporated, a provider of medical speech recognition software, is pleased to announce that Jason Banks has effectively entered the company 14th June. Jason was most recently Vice President Post-Acute at Netsmart and previously held senior positions at Seasons Hospice (National Director, Executive Operations), Netsmart (Vice President of Home Care and Hospice) and Allscripts (Area Vice President). Reporting on Chris Moran, Vice President of Enterprise Sales at nVoq, Banks will have line responsibility for the post-acute business segment, including direct and sales channels. This represents another investment by nVoq in building a strategic team focused on the post-acute care segment.

“We are excited to add a senior industry leader of Jason’s caliber to our team,” said Moran. “He brings with him a truly unique combination of sales and operational leadership that is hard to beat. Jason’s passion and perspective for the post-acute area should serve nVoq well by expanding our market position in this strategic focus area of ​​the company.”

“I am very excited to join nVoq at this crucial time for the company’s growth,” said Banks. “NVoq’s speech recognition is fast becoming an operational game changer for some of the biggest names in the post-acute industry. I see an enormous opportunity for us and look forward to making an important contribution.”

Jason, his wife Becky and family will continue to live in Oswego, IL. Jason brings his background and experience both in post-acute technology and on the vendor side in leading a hospice and palliative care organization.

nVoq Incorporated, based in Boulder, CO, provides HIPAA-compliant SaaS-based speech recognition for the healthcare industry with a strategic focus on the post-acute care segment. NVoq’s platform helps both mobile and inpatient clinicians collect patient reports at the point of care to accelerate high quality documentation, simplify coding and streamline reimbursement cycles.



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