2015 was a great year for MedeAnalytics, from our new partnership with Thoma Bravo, to the expansion of our Emeryville office, to exhibiting at more than 20 trade shows across the country – we are making waves in the industry.
Last year marked the third consecutive year that we grew bookings by more than 30 percent. We are handling more data than ever from our over 1,500 health plans and providers in the US and UK (three billion unique episodic encounters tracked, 24,000 data feeds processed daily and 600 terabytes of data). In fact, some of the results with these customers are covered in USA Today, Becker’s Hospital Review and RevCycleIntelligence.
We didn’t let the big picture overshadow the day-to-day though, doubling our corporate office footprint to accommodate our growing workforce and making a spacious and bright work environment. It’s no surprise that we were named one of Modern Healthcare's Best Places to Work in Healthcare for the second year in a row.
The outlook for 2016 is on a great trajectory. With the insights and partnership with Thoma Bravo, the company is positioned for impressive growth once again this year.
And while we’re still riding high on the media coverage we received at HIMSS15, we are looking forward to our clients’ presentations at HIMSS16 in Las Vegas. During the industry’s largest event of the year, Baptist Health System, Jersey City Medical Center and the Mississippi Division of Medicaid will share how MedeAnalytics helped them achieve their analytics and quality performance goals, along with lessons-learned and tips for their peers.
If you want to take a look back at some of our notable media coverage, check out our “In the News” page. We expect another strong year in customer and company growth as we continue to lead the industry in financial performance analytics.
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