|By Marketwired .||
|August 20, 2014 09:42 AM EDT||
ITASCA, IL--(Marketwired - August 20, 2014) - LaunchPoint, parent company of Discovery Health Partners and Ajilitee and a provider of cloud-based healthcare analytic solutions and services, has been named the 100
"We are honored to be recognized as one of the fastest-growing private companies in America," stated Terrence Ryan, CEO of LaunchPoint. "I attribute our growth in the healthcare industry to market enthusiasm for the results our healthcare technology solutions deliver, a passion for customer service and excellence, and a veteran management lineup unrivaled by our competition."
In 2014, LaunchPoint has added 11 new multi-year client relationships, grew its employee base 32%, expanded its offshore development team, and moved into new corporate headquarters. In addition, LaunchPoint also earned a Gold Fit-Friendly Worksite designation from the American Heart Association for promoting employee health and wellness through a multi-faceted "Swellness" program.
"We see a readiness among our healthcare payer clients to embrace new ways of solving old problems and a renewed desire to improve their claim payment integrity, management of information, and analytic insight," added Ryan. "Healthcare reform is driving massive change in the industry, and payers are clamoring for solutions that help them work smarter, compete more effectively, and grow their businesses. That's where we come in."
LaunchPoint operates businesses that provide cloud-based analytic solutions and services for healthcare enterprises. Its two divisions are Discovery Health Partners, which provides payment integrity solutions and analytics for healthcare payers; and Ajilitee, a specialist in healthcare information and analytics consulting services. More information is available at www.launchpointcorporation.com, www.discoveryhealthpartners.com, and www.ajilitee.com.
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