Winners honored during awards dinner at Cleveland Hilton on November 30th

 

MediQuant is honored to have been recognized by the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University as a Weatherhead 100 award winner for the seventh year in a row. The Weatherhead 100 award recognizes an elite group of companies who are the best example of leadership, growth and success in Northeast Ohio. Qualified companies are evaluated based on a number of criteria, including consistent growth over the last five years and a commitment to hard work and innovation. MediQuant is ranked at #31 for 2017.

 

MediQuant is known as an innovator in the healthcare field, having introduced the first active archiving software, DataArk®. For over fifteen years, our legacy system decommissioning software has been used in medical centers across the country, allowing institutions to maintain interoperable access to old data while realizing significant cost savings. In addition, MediQuant is an industry leader in medical necessity compliance. Our FirstComply® software and AccuRules® files contain the information needed to determine whether a procedure is likely to meet Medicare’s medical necessity guidelines.

 

Tony Paparella, President and Founder of MediQuant, is thrilled to share this award with the entire team!

On November 30th, members of the MediQuant family attended the Weatherhead 100 awards dinner at the downtown Cleveland Hilton to honor the winners and recognize their accomplishments.

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Founded in 1999, and headquartered in Brecksville, Ohio, MediQuant provides industry-leading data archiving solutions and comprehensive system transition data management services to help hospitals and health systems liberate their data from legacy clinical, patient accounting and ERP systems. Its flagship product, DataArk, available as a cloud-based or an on-premises platform, provides users the ability to access and work with legacy data without the legacy system security risks and expense.