History

When you look at the history behind HCS, it's easy to trace the flexibility and stability – which today have become hallmarks of the company – back to its founding more than 40 years ago. By 1968, Joe Fahey, a former 10-year IBM veteran and then project manager at Monmouth Medical Center in NJ, and Joe Manzi, a systems director at the facility, already had the world's first hospital information system installation under their belts. Visitors from around the globe came to see the system, which took orders entered by physicians and routed them throughout the hospital for proper action and follow-up. Updates were flowed back to the doctors and appropriate departments. With a vision of installing similar clinical systems at hospitals throughout the US, Fahey asked Manzi to join him. The rest is history:

October 6, 1969Joe Fahey and Joe Manzi form Hospital Computer Systems.
1971HCS installs its first healthcare financial system
1977HCS live at eight NJ hospitals
1982Fahey and Manzi assume full ownership of HCS
1992HCS expands development of the integrated clinical system
1996Changes name to Health Care Software, Inc. (HCS)
1999HCS signs one of the nation’s largest behavioral health care providers
2002HCS signs its first rehabilitation healthcare provider
2004HCS enters the LTACH market with its first long-term acute care client
2005Thomas J. Fahey is promoted to president of HCS
2006HCS clients rank in top 25 of nation’s largest not-for-profit senior living organizations
2008HCS installs multi-site, multi-state LTACH client
2009HCS celebrates 40 years of service to the healthcare information system industry
2010HCS delivers senior living clients MDS 3.0 weeks ahead of October 1 deadline
2011HCS launches Interactant Mobile module
2012HCS deploys SaaS-based LTCH CARE Data Set tool
2013HCS Interactant EHR platform receives ONC Certification for Stage 1 Meaningful Use criteria by CCHIT
2014HCS signs third largest skilled nursing provider in the U.S.
2015HCS focuses expansion into inpatient psychiatric hospital market
2016HCS client base exceeds 6,000 client locations across LTACH, senior living, and behavioral health markets

The Next 40 Years

The company founded by Joe Fahey and Joe Manzi in 1969 – and now led by Tom Fahey – has provided clients with flexible software solutions for more than 40 years. Its HCS Interactant  product is a recognized leading healthcare software solution in use in organizations that span the spectrum of care.

But what’s in store for HCS in the next 40 years and beyond?

According to Tom Fahey, HCS's history and culture make it well-suited to meet today's challenges and take advantage of tomorrow's opportunities for its clients.

Interoperability and Information Exchange -

                HCS is well-positioned to handle these challenges, with 100 percent control over its software solutions and the company’s deep technical expertise and experience with information exchange.

Integration of EMR and Revenue Cycle Management -  A critical focus for HCS. “A client could have the best EMR, but if they are not generating charges and maintaining regulatory compliance with regard to reimbursement, they will fail," explains Tom Fahey.

                                      The greatest challenge for any healthcare software is how the healthcare industry is changing. Whatever lies ahead for the industry, HCS will apply its thought-leadership and innovative technology to supporting its customers with market-leading healthcare information systems.
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