|[August 28, 2014]
EMS Recognized for the 8th Consecutive Year by Inc. 5000
EXTON, Pa. --(Business Wire)--
Education Management Solutions (EMS), a pioneer in medical simulation
management technology, was recognized for the eighth consecutive year on
the Inc. 5000 list as one of America's fastest growing private
companies. EMS ranked #68 in the education industry and #117 in the
Philadelphia Metro Area. In addition, EMS was included on the Inc. 5000
Honor Roll, a distinction reserved for companies that have made the list
five or more years in a row. The list provides a comprehensive look at
the most important segment of the economy: America's independent
"We are truly honored to be recognized on this exclusive list for the
eighth successive year," says Anurag Singh, President and CEO of EMS. "I
attribute our continued growth to the cutting-edge audio-video and
simulation management solutions that we provide for training healthcare
clinicians and students in the medical, nursing, allied health, and
counseling disciplines; our passion for customer service and quality;
and a dedicated team of employees whose expertise is unrivaled by the
competition. It is a privilege to share this recognition with our
customers, partners, and staff."
The future looks bright for the healthcare/medical simulation market
which, according to recent findings, is expected to be worth $1.9
billion by 20171. The study ascribes this market growth to
the increasing focus on clinicl practitioner training, rising
healthcare costs, and lowered infection rates and enhanced patient
safety, as well as the availability of funds which help to increase the
purchasing power of academic and healthcare institutions.
In addition, the results of the first large-scale study of pre-licensure
nursing programs, just released by the National Council of State Boards
of Nursing, indicates that up to 50% of traditional clinical experience
can be substituted with simulation training2.
"This is good news for our industry and the patient population at
large," adds Anurag Singh, who sees the demand for more simulation
training solutions growing exponentially among nursing programs.
"Providing customers the simulation solutions they need with the highest
level of support will always be our top priority, and will continue to
be a key contributor to our growth."
About Education Management Solutions
Exton, PA-based EMS, a leader in simulation management technology since
its founding in 1994, offers complete turnkey solutions that include
integrated software and hardware, design and planning, engineering,
configuration, installation, training, file backup, cloud-based
eLearning, and support. Working alongside subject matter experts, we
serve as the driving force behind numerous consumer-centered innovations
that continue to move the clinical simulation market forward with
breakthrough technologies. Visit www.simulationiq.com
for more information.
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