OpenTempo, Inc., a healthcare technology company based in Williston, VT, donated over 300 pounds of food to the Chittenden County Emergency Food Shelf in time for Thanksgiving. On December 11, the company also prepared a meal for Meals on Wheels.
WILLISTON, VT – OpenTempo, Inc., a Williston-based healthcare technology company, is making it a priority this holiday season to provide food for Vermonters in need.
“We delivered 335 pounds of food and over $400 to the Chittenden County Emergency Food Shelf,” says Walt Marti, the Chief Administrative Officer, whose family has long-supported the food shelf.
OpenTempo employees also took the afternoon of December 12 to prepare food for Meals on Wheels, as part of the Cooking for a Cause program at The Essex Resort & Spa.
“As a Vermont company, it’s really important to us to stay connected with the local community,” says OpenTempo CEO, Rich Miller. “And the holiday season is a perfect time to help out.”
OpenTempo has tripled in size since the start of 2013, so helping others is also a way to bond everyone together. “When we help the community, we also come together as a team,” says Miller.
The staff decided what they most wanted to do was help people without enough to eat. With a lot of food lovers on staff, donating food and preparing a meal was a choice everybody could get behind.
OpenTempo‘s advanced clinical scheduling system helps healthcare organizations efficiently manage their workforce resources. By automating the scheduling process, balanced call schedules are built in minutes, paper requests are completely eliminated and users track time directly into the system. Custom reports instantly provide all of the information schedulers and department managers need to plan shifts, manage requests, and track rotation and credentialing status—via any computer, smart phone, tablet or mobile device. For more information, visit www.opentempo.com.
Jennifer Michelle, 802-230-4775