DSS, Inc. and Wounded Warriors of South Florida Team Up to Improve Veteran Care
Combined mission drives stronger healthcare delivery through technology and financial support.
Juno Beach, FL – April 8, 2016 – Document Storage Systems, Inc. (DSS), the leading provider of health information technology (HIT) solutions for federal, private and public healthcare organizations, today announced a partnership with the Wounded Warriors of South Florida (WWOFSF), a non-profit organization servicing veterans in South Florida through financial and resource assistance. DSS aims to better support veterans nationwide through technology that will improve care delivery, and the WWOFSF provides funds to assist veterans returning from service in the South Florida community.
In support of the WWOFSF’s mission, DSS has donated funds raised to help actively provide the resources and services needed to positively impact the lives and well-being of military personnel and their families.
“It’s our goal to continuously broaden our partnerships, both within and outside of the local community, to provide services to more veterans, and DSS shares our passion and dedication to furthering this vision,” said WWOFSF Executive Director, Mike Durkee. “Healthcare is a critical component in maintaining and improving quality of life for veterans and their families. DSS’ commitment to providing the right technology capabilities continually enhances care delivery and outcomes.”
WWOFSF provides temporary, immediate, financial assistance to service connected disabled veterans in the South Florida community. The organization also partners with local businesses to provide opportunities and resources to veterans. As a part of the organization’s key values, it ensures 85 percent of all donations received go directly to assisting wounded warriors and their families.
“We’re passionate about developing the key technology components that will help improve care their care – and supporting the Wounded Warriors of South Florida is a key extension of our mission right in our local community,” said Mark Byers, CEO and president of DSS. “Our efforts to provide veterans and their families with the resources they need doesn’t stop with a single donation. We’re proud to partner with the Wounded Warriors of South Florida to expand reach throughout Florida and continue raising support for our nation’s veterans in the future.”
Mark Byers, will present the organization’s donation to Mike Durkee on Tuesday, April 12 at noon Eastern in the North Palm Beach office of DSS, Inc. To learn more about DSS and the WWOFSF, visit www.dssinc.com and www.wwofsf.org.
About Document Storage Systems, Inc. (DSS, Inc.)
DSS is a leading software and services company that creates and delivers advanced health information technology (HIT) solutions. For 25 years, healthcare organizations have benefited from our technical and service integration expertise. DSS has extensive experience working with federal, private and public healthcare facilities to modernize their legacy systems and to improve efficiencies for clinical and administrative users through breakthrough technology. For more information about DSS, visit www.dssinc.com.
About Wounded Warriors of South Florida (WWOFSF)
Wounded Warriors of South Florida is a registered 501c3 organization servicing veterans in South Florida through financial and resource assistance. By donating 85 percent of all funds raised directly to the veterans and their families, the organization is able to provide temporary and immediate financial assistance to service connected disabled veterans from Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF), Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) and Operation New Dawn (OND). For more information, or to donate, visit http://www.wwofsf.org/.