|[September 06, 2013]
HealthHelp Ranks No. 75 on Houston Business Journal's 2013 Fast 100 List
HOUSTON --(Business Wire)--
For the seventh year in a row, HealthHelp has earned a spot on Houston
Business Journal's Fast 100, a list of the 100 fastest-growing
private companies in the Houston area. The newspaper published rankings
and honored the companies at an awards ceremony Sept. 6.
Cherrill Farnsworth, President and Chief Executive Officer of the
specialty benefits management provider, points to the company's staff as
a source of continued success.
"All 400-plus of our employees are true consumer advocates who come to
work every day passionate about the hundreds of people saved from the
wrong test, surgery, or therapy. Our people are paid to do what they
love, and they are thankful to do something that helps others while at
the same time saving dollars in our healthcare system," she said.
This also marks the third consecutive year that Farnsworth's company has
ranked on the list with Sightline Health, helmed by her son, Chief
Executive Officer TJ Farnsworth. His company, which develops and
operates oncology centers in the U.S., earned the No. 1 spot on the list
in 2010. They are one of the few mother and son teams to make the Fast
100 in its history.
All of the companies listed have been doing business for at least five
years and have earned at least $1 million in revenue. Two-year revenue
growth determines ranking on the list. HealthHelp came in at No.59 in
2012 thanks to 83.3 percent growth. The newspaper also chose HealthHelp
as one of five Enterprise Champions that year for its growth and
Founded in 1999, HealthHelp serves as a leader in the health care
industry. By giving physicians, providers, and payors access to
informative evidence-based guidelines and intuitive cutting-edge
technologies, as well as quality assurance and best practices, it
increases safety for patients and return on investment for clients. The
company oversees specialty care management for more than 15.5 million
Americans and had revenue of nearly $38.1 Million in 2012.
HealthHelp, a leader in specialty benefits management, generates
significant savings and return on investment for health care payers by
enhancing physician knowledge, improving quality of care, and reducing
unnecessary radiation exposure. Each of its programs addresses a
different aspect of radiology, cardiology, oncology, emergency
medicine, musculoskeletal, and sleep care. The clients of
Houston-based HealthHelp administer local, statewide, and national
health care plans across the country. For more information about
HealthHelp's programs, visit http://www.healthhelp.com/specialties/.
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