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You’ll find great people and meaningful work at Healthland, American HealthTech (AHT) and Rycan. We’re trusted partners to healthcare providers across the nation as they utilize information technology solutions to enhance patient safety, reduce medical errors and improve their business operations.
Since 1980, Healthland has led the way in understanding the rural healthcare environment--including the unique needs, barriers, and financial considerations these hospitals face. Our exclusive focus on this market helps us develop highly functional, cost-effective healthcare information systems to help clients navigate a complex environment of healthcare reform, tighter regulations and rising patient expectations.
Founded in 1981 and acquired by Healthland in 2013, American HealthTech is among the nation’s largest providers of financial and clinical solutions in post-acute care (skilled nursing homes and more). Our software is essential for streamlining admissions, care delivery, and financial management that collectively contribute to a well-run operation. The difference is how we manage change and support our clients personally throughout the implementation.
Founded in 1986 and acquired by Healthland in 2015, Rycan is an industry leader in healthcare revenue cycle software and has built its reputation by providing best-of-breed solutions encompassed by a level of customer support that is unparalleled in the healthcare industry. Our innovative software has assisted healthcare facilities with increased revenue, streamlining workflow, and solving real-world business office-problems for nearly 30 years.
Close to 500 employees work from home in communities across the country. If you prefer a traditional environment, check out the communities where we have offices:
Healthland’s headquarters is located in Minneapolis, Minnesota, with a regional office in Glenwood, Minnesota.
American HealthTech is headquartered near Jackson, Mississippi, with a regional office in Denver, Colorado.
Rycan is located in southwestern Minnesota in the city of Marshall.