Innovation and performance aid in surpassing 2015 ranking and ranks it one of the top 50 health companies
Hauppauge, N.Y. – September 6, 2016 – ArroHealth, a full-service provider of risk adjustment and HEDIS services for health plans and provider groups, was recently ranked #386 on Inc. Magazine’s 2016 Inc. 5000 list, an exclusive ranking of the fastest-growing private companies in the U.S. This year’s ranking surpasses the company’s 2015 Inc. 5000 list ranking of #3792. In addition, ArroHealth’s revenue jumped from 80 percent on the 2015 list to an impressive 990 percent for the 2016 list ranking.
“Our revenue growth is indicative of our client-centric approach to providing health plans and provider groups with superior risk adjustment and HEDIS solutions,” said Glen Moller, Chief Executive Officer of ArroHealth. “More clients are choosing to rely upon ArroHealth’s innovative solutions and proprietary analytics to navigate complexities with actionable intelligence, while improving the quality of care for their members and patients.”
The 2016 Inc. 5000 list, unveiled online at Inc.com, includes the most innovative companies in the U.S. Inc. 5000 also ranks companies by industry of which under the general category of health-related companies, ArroHealth ranked #41 in 2016, up from #303 in 2015.
ArroHealth helps Medicare Advantage, Commercial and managed Medicaid health plans nationwide, as well as provider groups, facilitate their risk adjustment and HEDIS needs. The company provides best-in-class analytics and reporting, full-service medical record retrieval and abstraction, data aggregation, medical record coding and telehealth and telemedicine solutions. ArroHealth’s client-centric approach provides unmatched performance and full transparency.
ArroHealth is committed to helping health plans and provider groups close care gaps and achieve payment accuracy. It does so by delivering a complete suite of intelligent risk adjustment and HEDIS solutions to Medicare Advantage, Commercial and managed Medicaid health plans and provider groups. The company’s full-service offerings—including analytics, medical record retrieval and abstraction, data aggregation, risk adjustment coding and telehealth and telemedicine solutions—helps its clients accurately represent the impact of their risk adjustment and HEDIS programs, and improve insights into quality metrics for their members. To learn more, visit www.arrohealth.com.
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