The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports that TeleTracking Technologies, which designs patient-tracking software, is enjoying steady growth.
TeleTracking's board chairman, Michael Zamagias, said the firm earned its position in spite of the faltering economy and complex challenges in the field.
"This focus on the hospital operational backbone has demonstrated value in both improved patient care and increased operating margins, addressing the primary challenges facing our nation's hospitals," he said.
Zamagias said 2011 was the 10th consecutive year of growth for the private firm, which employs 300 people at its Pittsburgh headquarters and offices in Raleigh, N.C., and St. Paul, Minn.
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