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Evolution1 Offers Online Partner Conference 2014 Today Only

Earlier this month, Evolution1® – the nation’s largest electronic payment, on-premise, and cloud computing healthcare solution – welcomed its Partners to Partner Conference 2014 in Orlando, Florida. The seventh annual go-to industry event drew record attendance again this year, growing 30 percent over last year.

In recognition of the tremendous impact of the event, Evolution1 is offering a replay of the opening keynote by Jeff Young, industry veteran and longtime chairman and CEO of Evolution1. This free online replay is available today only. Also available today is the opening video from Partner Conference 2014, which outlines Evolution1’s vision for the future as it delivers on its mission to simplify the business of healthcare. Additionally, the Evolution1 Partner Panel discussion hosted by Laine Brantner, executive vice president at Evolution1, is available for replay.

Among the important announcements made at Partner Conference 2014 was the official unveiling of 1View by Evolution1®. Accessible via the web or a mobile device, 1View automatically captures and categorizes healthcare expenses in a simple, dashboard view to provide consumers a consolidated picture of their healthcare expenses. The result is empowered consumers who make better decisions about how to best use their healthcare dollars.

Partner Conference 2014 included product keynotes, concurrent session tracks, and healthcare trends general sessions – presented by members of the Healthcare Trends Institute’s Advisory Board – that delved into top-of-mind industry topics.

At the conference, Evolution1 named its 2013 Partner Excellence Award winners. Award recipients were recognized for reaching significant milestones in 2013 across several areas including growth, evangelism, leadership, innovation, and customer service as well as overall outstanding Partner successes. Read the full award winners’ press release here.

Because of its Partners’ successes, Evolution1 solidified its leadership position in 2013 in terms of growth and services. Last year alone:

  • 1Cloud by Evolution1® facilitated billions of dollars in reimbursements and processed more than 66 million claims.
  • In each of the high-growth markets of HSA, HRA, and Wellness, Evolution1 account volumes grew by 40 percent.
  • Evolution1’s FSA growth continues to outpace the market, and momentum continues building with its FSA rollover opportunity.
  • Activations of 1Mobile by Evolution1® increased more than 100 percent in 2013.
  • The number of consumers on Evolution1 platforms grew by 33 percent.
  • Evolution1 powers more than 20 private exchange solutions with its Defined Contribution solution, 1Plan by Evolution1®.

For every session survey completed at Partner Conference 2014, Evolution1 donated $1 to Health Care Center for the Homeless (HCCH). Founded in 1993, HCCH has been caring for the underserved residents of Orange, Osceola, and Seminole Counties in Florida for more than 20 years. Last year HCCH served 14,205 individual patients through its health facility, the Orange Blossom Family Health Center. Because of its Partners, Evolution1 donated $500 to HCCH.

Evolution1 continues to receive a number of prestigious awards and recognitions, including the Inc. 500|5000, Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500™, the MobileVillage “Shining Star” Mobile Star Award, the ICH Superstar Award, Modern Healthcare’s “Healthcare’s Hottest” award, the Paybefore Award, and the Marcum Tech Top 40 award.

About Evolution1

At Evolution1®, we simplify the business of healthcare. We do that through innovative healthcare software and payment solutions that administer and manage consumer directed accounts. Together with our network of Partners, we take the complexity out of Defined Contribution, HSAs, HRAs, FSAs, VEBAs, PRAs, wellness plans, and transit plans.

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