|By PR Newswire||
|August 15, 2014 01:00 PM EDT||
BRENTWOOD, Tenn., Aug. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Change Healthcare, the market leader in healthcare consumer engagement and cost transparency, has been named one of Modern Healthcare's "100 Best Places to Work in Healthcare" for 2014, an honor the company also received in 2013. The publication shared the news this morning, when it released a non-ranked, alphabetical list of winners at www.modernhealthcare.com/bestplaces. Specific rankings will be announced live at an awards gala in Chicago on October 23.
"Change Healthcare has experienced tremendous growth in the last year. This recognition confirms that our efforts to maintain a healthy, happy, productive work environment have kept pace with this growth," said Change Healthcare Vice President of Human Resources Shana Krumwiede. "I'm both proud and honored to see our company recognized in such a meaningful way."
Established in 2007, Change Healthcare is on a mission to transform the way Americans purchase and utilize healthcare services by driving sustainable engagement at the individual level. With a national client base of health plans and employers covering lives in all 50 states, and nearly 7 million users on its platform, Change Healthcare is the premier national provider of healthcare cost transparency and consumer engagement solutions that enable consumers to: Better understand and utilize their healthcare benefits; make informed healthcare purchasing decisions based on quality, cost and convenience; and manage higher out-of-pocket responsibility and realize savings. This, in turn, helps plan sponsors: Control their healthcare cost growth trend; successfully migrate to more cost-effective plan types; optimize existing wellness programs and on-site clinics; and improve member/employee satisfaction and retention.
To learn more about Change Healthcare, visit www.changehealthcare.com.
Contact: Laura Alabed-Olsson
Senior Manager, Marketing and Communications
Change Healthcare Corporation
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