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LOS ALAMOS, NM

Indigent Healthcare Solutions (IHS) is pleased to announce that Los Alamos County has chosen to license IHS’ indigent health care software. Implementation and training on the IHS software will begin in the fall of 2018.

TAOS, NM

Indigent Healthcare Solutions (IHS) is pleased to announce that Taos County has chosen to license IHS’ indigent health care software. IHS and Taos County Indigent Health Fund Coordinator, Tammy Jaramillo, have been in discussions on how to bring the efficiencies of the IHS software to the citizens of Taos County. Taos County joins Roosevelt, Dona Aña, Santa Fe and Otero Counties as IHS’ most recent New Mexico customer.

SONORA, TX

At the recommendation of County Auditor, Maura Weingart, and the approval of the Commissioners Court, Sutton County selected IHS as their new software provider.  Services and installation were implemented in June 2017.

ALAMOGORDO, NM

Indigent Healthcare Solutions (IHS) is pleased to announce that on May 31, 2017, IHS President, Robert Baird, and Otero County Manager, Pamela Heltner, approved contracts licensing the use of IHS’ indigent health care software by Otero County.  IHS and Otero County Indigent Health Fund Coordinator, Amber Mayhall, have been in discussions on how to bring the efficiencies of the IHS software to the citizens of Otero County since 2015.  Otero County joins Roosevelt County, Dona Aña County and Santa Fe County as IHS’ latest New Mexico Customers.

JOURDANTON, TX

At the recommendation of Indigent Health Care Director, Gail Johnson, and the approval of the Commissioners Court, Atascosa County selected IHS as their new software provider.  Services and installation were implemented in December 2016.

SANTA FE, NM

After a lengthy selection process which began in March of 2016, Santa Fe County, New Mexico has chosen IHS as its new provider of indigent health care software.  Health Care Assistance Program Manager, Kyra Ochoa, and her team will begin training on the IHS software this fall.

FARWELL, TX

With the support of County Auditor, Larry Johnston, and the approval of the Commissioners Court, Parmer County selected IHS as their new software provider.  Services and installation will be implemented in September 2016.

WOODVILLE, TX

With the support of County Auditor, Jackie Skinner, and the approval of the Commissioners Court, Tyler County selected IHS to manage their jail medical costs.  Services and installation will be implemented in August 2016.

LAS CRUCES, NM

Doña Ana County Board of County Commissioners chose IHS as its new provider of indigent health care software.  On June 2, 2016, IHS President Robert Baird and IHS Director of Customer Services Chris Wilson joined Doña Ana County Manager, Julia T. Brown, and Health and Human Services Program Operations Division Manager, Jenny Torres, at the Doña Ana County Government Building in Las Cruces to sign contracts.  Installation will begin in July 2016.

LITTLEFIELD, TX

At the recommendation of the Lamb County IHC Director, Gina Streety and County Auditor, Gina Jones the Commissioners Court unanimously approved the selection of Indigent Healthcare Solutions (IHS) as their new software provider.

PORTALES, NM

Roosevelt County, New Mexico (Portales) became IHS’ first New Mexico Customer on January 20, 2016 when Roosevelt County Manager, Amber Hamilton, and IHS President, Robert Baird, signed contracts at the 2016 New Mexico Association of Counties Legislative Conference in Santa Fe.

BRADENTON, FL

Manatee Memorial Hospital became IHS’s newest Florida customer. Manatee Memorial Hospital is a 320-bed, full-service hospital and is owned by Universal Health Services. MMH will implement the IHS patient eligibility software beginning in February 2016.

PALESTINE, TX

At the recommendation of the Anderson County IHC Director, Kathy Starkey, the Commissioners Court unanimously approved the selection of Indigent Healthcare Solutions (IHS) as their new software provider.

SAN DIEGO, TX

At the recommendation of Duval County’s Social Services Director, Ana Martinez, the Commissioners Court unanimously approved the selection of Indigent Healthcare Solutions (IHS) as their new software provider. Installation of the IHS software was implemented in August 2015.

PALO PINTO, TX

At the recommendation of the Palo Pinto County Auditor, Steve Watson, the Commissioners Court unanimously approved the selection of Indigent Healthcare Solutions (IHS) as their new software provider. Installation of the IHS software was implemented in July 2015.

COLUMBUS, TX

At the recommendation of Colorado County’s Auditor, Raymie Kana, and Indigent Health Care Director, Pat Bodungen, the Commissioners Court unanimously approved the selection of Indigent Healthcare Solutions (IHS) as their new software provider. Installation of the IHS software was implemented in June 2015.

WINNIE, TX

The Winnie Stowell Hospital District chose IHS as their new software provider. The installation of the software was implemented in May 2015.

ATHENS, TX

At the recommendation of Henderson County’s Indigent Health Care Director, Linda Battles, and the Henderson County IT Committee, the Commissioners Court unanimously approved the selection of Indigent Healthcare Solutions (IHS) as their new software provider. IHS replaced the indigent health care software used by Henderson County for the past decade. Installation of the IHS software was implemented in March 2015.

LINDEN, TX

As the provider of indigent health care services for Cass County, Texas, Bowie County Clinical Services selected Indigent Healthcare Solutions (IHS) to manage the indigent population in Cass County.

TEXARKANA, TX

As the provider of indigent health care services for Bowie County, Texas, Bowie County Clinical Services (BCCS) selected Indigent Healthcare Solutions (IHS) to replace the software they have used for the past decade. Indigent Health Care Coordinator, Lasondra Bailey, and the Program Director, Heather Post, recommended the selection of IHS to the BCCS Board of Directors who unanimously approved the change.

BONHAM, TX

At the recommendation of Fannin County Indigent Health Care Director, Jean Siebenthall, County Auditor, Scott Dyer, and IT Director, Dustin Morrow; the Fannin County Commissioners Court chose Indigent Healthcare Solutions (IHS) to replace the DOS based software used by Fannin County since the late 1980’s. The installation and training was implemented in December 2014.

KINGSVILLE, TX

Kleberg County Indigent Healthcare Director, Jose Olivarez, chose Indigent Healthcare Solutions (IHS) to replace the DOS based software used by Kleberg County. The Commissioners Court voted unanimously to approve the state-of-the-art system offered by IHS.

QUITMAN, TX

At the request of the IHC Director, Sandy Cabe, Wood County chose Indigent Healthcare Solutions (IHS) as their new software provider. The installation of the IHS software was implemented in October 2014.

FREDERICKSBURG, TX

Gillespie County Commissioners approved the request of IHC Director, Linda Lowe, to authorize Indigent Healthcare Solutions (IHS) of Conroe, Texas, to install its state-of-the-art browser-based software with services in August 2014.

EMORY, TX

Rains County Indigent Healthcare Director, Jeannine Hayes, chose Indigent Healthcare Solutions (IHS) to replace the DOS based software used by Rains County since the late 1980’s. The Commissioners Court voted unanimously to approve the state-of-the-art system offered by IHS.

TYLER, TX

East Texas Medical Center (ETMC), the provider of indigent health care services for Smith County, Texas (Tyler) selected Indigent Healthcare Solutions (IHS) of Conroe, Texas as their new software provider. The installation of the IHS software was implemented in July 2014.

BROWNWOOD, TX

Effective June 2014, Brown County began using IHS’ indigent health care software.

JEFFERSON, TX

The Marion County Hospital District Indigent Health Care Director, Jane Laster, sponsored Indigent Healthcare Solutions (IHS) to automate the Indigent Health Care Department. The Marion County Hospital District’s Board voted unanimously to approve the state-of-the-art system offered by IHS and it was implemented in May 2014.

CUERO, TX

Effective April 2014, Cuero Community Hospital began using IHS’ indigent health care software.

CUERO, TX

DeWitt County Commissioners approved the request of County Auditor, Carrie Rea, to authorize Indigent Healthcare Solutions (IHS) of Conroe, Texas, to install its state-of-the-art browser-based software with services and it was implemented in April 2014.

DALHART, TX

Effective February 2014, Dallam-Hartley Counties Hospital District of Dalhart, Texas began using IHS’ indigent health care software.

ZAPATA, TX

The Zapata County Indigent Health Care Director, Lupita Garza and County Treasurer, Romeo Salinas sponsored Indigent Healthcare Solutions (IHS) to automate the Zapata County Indigent Health Care Department. The Zapata County Commissioners Court voted unanimously to approve the state-of-the-art system offered by IHS for installation and it was implemented in January 2014.

COOPER, TX

Delta County Indigent Healthcare Director and County Treasurer, Bonnie Ann Hobbs, chose Indigent Healthcare Solutions (IHS) to provide its world-class software and it was implemented in October 2013.

PARIS, TX

Lamar County Indigent Healthcare Director and County Treasurer, Shirley Fults, chose Indigent Healthcare Solutions (IHS) to replace the DOS based software used by Lamar County since the late 1980’s. In a Commissioners Court meeting, Mrs. Fults told the Court, “The software we now have is outdated. It needs to be thrown out the window”. Lamar County IT Director, Joel Witherspoon, echoed Mrs. Fults’ suggestion telling the Court that the DOS based software is so antiquated that new computer hardware the county uses no longer recognizes many of the DOS commands. The Commissioners Court voted unanimously to approve the state-of-the-art system offered by IHS and it was implemented in October2013.

ARCHER CITY, TX

Archer County Commissioners approved the request of County Auditor, Miranda Harvey, to authorize Indigent Healthcare Solutions (IHS) of Conroe, Texas, to install its state-of-the-art browser-based software with services and it was implemented in September 2013.

GAINESVILLE, TX

Effective August 2013 the North Texas Medical Center based in Gainesville, Texas began using IHS’ indigent health care software. North Texas Medical Center is the premier full service provider of medical care for the North Texas and South Oklahoma region. IHS is honored to have been chosen.

GILMER, TX

Upshur County Commissioners approved to authorize Indigent Healthcare Solutions (IHS) of Conroe, Texas, to install its state-of-the-art browser-based software due to the recommendation of Commissioner Mike Spencer and County Auditor, Janice Tucker. Services were implemented in April 2012.

HENDERSON, TX

Rusk County Commissioners Court approved the request of Indigent Health Care Director, Diana Mitchell, and County Auditor, Ronald Moody, to authorize Indigent Healthcare Solutions (IHS) of Conroe, Texas, to install its state-of-the-art browser-based software. Services were implemented in March 2012.

MOUNT VERNON, TX

Franklin County Commissioners approved the request of Treasurer Betty Sue Allen, to authorize Indigent Healthcare Solutions (IHS) of Conroe, Texas, to install its state-of-the-art browser-based software with services and it was implemented in October 2011. Return to Top