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Dallas, TX – The mission of the Grand View University is to engage, equip, and empower their students to fulfill their individual potential, and serve society. They are committed to the development of the whole person – mind, body and spirit. Grand View University proved their vow to the Student Athletic department today by joining Vivature, and advance the University’s dedication to their student athletes. They have also turned over their Health Center billing to the Dallas-based billing company. The recent partnership will help Grand View University to stay firmly committed to their principles, while upgrading their Athletic Training Rooms with cutting-edge technology, and also generate new funds to be re-invested back into their Athletic Department.
As proud Vikings, Grand View University’s Department of Athletics fields teams that compete in 23 intercollegiate sports including Wrestling, Volleyball and Shooting Sports. Grand View University is a member of the Heart of America Athletic Conference (HAAC) and participate in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). The Vikings become the 7th member of the HAAC to join Vivature.
“Grand View University is excited about our affiliation with Vivature in support of both our athletic programs and student health services. Vivature breaks the mold of how these services have traditionally been provided and funded on college campuses.” Said Adam Voigts, Vice President for Administration and Finance at Grand View University. “We feel Vivature brings an innovative and forward-thinking approach to these areas at Grand View that will benefit both our student athletes and all students in addition to Grand View itself. Grand View University looks forward to our partnership with Vivature.”
“Our goal is to continue to grow our business with great universities like Grand View University, who are willing to take action on their commitment to the well-being of their student-athletes and who take seriously the privacy and security of their student-athletes’ health information”, said Vivature CEO, Muzzy Bass. “It’s always been a personal goal to change an athletic training room and the way that they function. This is just another step towards achieving that goal, as well as turn the work that the athletic trainers have been doing, into the revenue that they rightfully deserve.”
Vivature, based in Dallas, TX, has over 400 collegiate partners (220+ actively billing) utilizing a variety of services. They have recently been named Top 25 emerging Sports Technology Firm in sports. Operating a 20 million-dollar enterprise-level single database, Vivature’s clients use their NExTT 360 software to record injuries and treatments being conducted on student-athletes, as well as record and track their activities in Nutrition, Counseling, Academic Counseling and Strength & Conditioning. NExTT 360 is the first software in America that integrates an entire student-athlete cycle into one. Having a tool like NExTT 360 allows the University to protect themselves from liability, stay in compliance with all current laws and regulations, all without any change to their existing process, and without adding headcount or new expenses.
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