Updox Named No. 524 on Inc. 5000 List of America's Fastest-Growing Companies
DUBLIN, OH – Updox, the industry leader for physician connectivity and CRM solutions for health care, debuted at no. 524 on the 34th annual Inc. 5000, an exclusive ranking of the nation's fastest-growing private companies. The list represents the most comprehensive look at the most important segment of the economy – America’s entrepreneurs.
The 2015 Inc. 5000, unveiled online at inc.com, is the most competitive group in the list’s history. The average company on the list achieved a three-year growth of 490 per cent. The Inc. 5000’s aggregate revenue is 205 Bn dollars, generating 647,000 jobs over the past three years.
"We're incredibly proud of our consistent year-over-year growth. What started as an idea to make health care information more accessible has grown to a solution that touches 25 Mn patients across the United States. This honor by Inc. magazine speaks highly of our solutions, customers, employees and our full-force commitment to transforming the way healthcare connects," says Michael Morgan, CEO, Updox. "With 886 per cent growth, we are a strong job creator for central Ohio and in the top 10 per cent of fastest growing companies in the nation."
Through an extensive Direct messaging network and platform of CRM applications, Updox connects all of the components within health care – physicians, patients, payers and partners – with the goal of driving improved outcomes through more efficient communications and better care coordination. Practices can communicate with patients to build engagement, as well as with other partners, such as hospitals, labs and payers, to coordinate care and expand referral networks. By growing the network and focusing on CRM, Updox takes that proven business model and makes it practical for health care. As the industry evolves to a more consumer-driven marketplace with a focus on pay for performance, Updox is changing the way healthcare connects.
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