“I would like to thank Vivature for providing our student athletes with the best experience and advancements in healthcare that have allowed our sports medicine staff to function efficiently and ensure compliance with injury documentation. The revenue generated as a result of this partnership will allow the improvements of our medical facilities and equipment to provide our student athletes with the best healthcare possible”Ron Strollo
Vivature just put the cherry on top of celebrating one year of partnership with Youngstown State University, presenting the YSU Sports Medicine Department with an impressive check. The year-to-date total revenue totaled $93,874.00. The money was generated simply by their athletic training room billing for medical services rendered on their student athletes, using Vivature’s billing solution and injury tracking software.
Vivature’s CEO/Owner Muzzy Bass, responded, “It’s amazing what can be accomplished when a team of people come together with such ambition and are committed to their student-athletes with such heart. While commemorating our one-year partnership with Youngstown, we are reminded of how the dynamics of teamwork should be; individual commitment in a group effort.”
Youngstown State University’s Head Athletic Trainer, Ethan Solger added, “YSU is very fortunate to be partnered with Vivature in an effort to better the athlete experience. The partnership allows YSU Sports Medicine the opportunity to achieve a much higher level of care and treatment for our student athletes. Not only have we tremendously improved the student athlete experience and welfare we have taken tremendous strides in the athletic training profession. We are very thankful for the opportunity to work with Vivature and look forward to a mutually beneficial partnership going forward”.
Located in Youngstown, Ohio, Youngstown State University fields 19 intercollegiate NCAA l teams in the Horizon League, while their football team competes as members of the Missouri Valley Football Conference. YSU is the only Division l program in America to proudly have the mascot Penguins for its athletic teams. Now in his 18th year as Executive Director of Intercollegiate Athletics and 23rd as a member of the athletic department, former Penguins student-athlete Ron Strollo has worked hard to ensure that today’s student-athletes have the support system in place to succeed not only at Youngstown State, but also in their future. Always a firm believer that state-of-the-art facilities attract quality coaches and student-athletes, construction will start in 2018-19 on a $3-million east side press box thanks to the benevolence of Don Constantini. The Don Constantini Multimedia Center will house an expanded press box for media, television talent and replay, home and visiting coaches and radio, and a classroom for students in the Sports Broadcasting curriculum. In addition, a $3-million indoor tennis facility and construction of an additional turf field with lights and new parking lot behind the Constantini Center are all to be completed by August 2019. Vivature is proud to be partners with schools led by diligent AD’s, like Youngstown State University.
Vivature is a Dallas, Texas based firm was recently named one of the “Top 25 Emerging Sports Technology Firms” in the country, and now has more than 400 collegiate partners. Vivature uses a $20+ million enterprise-level single database, and their VIVAiQ (formerly known as “NExTT”) software to make college and university sports medicine departments compliant with all federal and state medical regulations by properly recording student-athlete injuries and treatments being conducted as required by law, as well as providing the NExTT 360 solution by recording and improving student-athlete care in the areas of Nutrition, Counseling, Academic Counseling and Strength & Conditioning (KONGiQ).
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