STARTEK Health, a STARTEK (NYSE: SRT) company dedicated to serving the outsourcing needs of the healthcare and medical device industry, has launched a new website at www.startekhealth.com. The site was designed and built to introduce STARTEK Health and describe the services provided by the company and the capabilities and experience of the team.
“Our new division called STARTEK Health has been providing nurse triage telephone services for over 17 years,” said Joe Duryea, SVP of sales and marketing. “We are also currently providing a variety of services to other companies within the health industry so it was time to create a website dedicated to our health division.”
About STARTEK Health
STARTEK Health is focused on helping the Healthcare industry by delivering better business outcomes. With over 26 years of experience in providing business process solutions, we help our clients identify operational inefficiencies, areas of improvements and cost reduction.
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