Vcpi Names Zak Koch as President

Milwaukee, Wisc. – vcpi, a nationwide provider of outsourced IT services in Senior Living and Post-Acute Care communities, proudly announces that Zak Koch is our new president, effective June 1, 2019. Zak had previously been VP of Client Services.

Karen Christianson, previous president, who will now serve as CEO says, “Zak is the perfect leader for this moment in vcpi’s history. We are scaling up and we will need his special genius for operationalizing our complex services to delight our customers.”


Vcpi Welcomes Gary Jones

Evolving our sales team to better serve our client

Milwaukee, Wi, March 11, 2019 - vcpi, a nationwide provider of outsourced IT services is excited to announce that Gary Jones has joined our team as VP of Sales West Coast.  In this position Gary will work closely with the senior leadership team to expand partnership networks, develop client relationships, and contribute to vcpi’s strategic vision.

Vcpi Partners with SafeKeeping

Providing a consistent and reliable channel of communication between providers, caregivers, residents and families.

 Milwaukee, Wi, January 28, 2019 - vcpi, a nationwide provider of outsourced IT services and SafeKeeping, a web- based app for tracking and communicating resident care, are excited to announce they have entered into a strategic marketing agreement which will allow vcpi clients to easily add access to SafeKeeping’s application.

Vcpi team members recognized by HDI Milwaukee

In 2004 HDI introduced the Analyst of the Year Award. Each year, HDI works jointly with the local chapters to identify and award the industry's top first-level support analyst. Support analysts who are nominated at the local chapter will have an opportunity to compete with their peers locally, regionally, and globally for this prestigious award.  

Vcpi lends perspective to EHR adoption article for McKnight’s Senior Living

Nickolo Villanueva, a member of vcpi’s board of directors, contributed to recent article in McKnight’s Senior Living regarding the adoption of EHR systems by assisted living communities. Nickolo framed the challenge of adopting EHR in a more holistic sense than simply cost and complexity of the software itself.