Pioneering healthcare data solutions place company among Northeast Ohio’s fastest-growing businesses.
RICHFIELD, OH — The Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University in partnership with the Council of Smaller Enterprises (COSE) have recognized Richfield, Ohio-based MediQuant Inc., pioneer of advanced data lifecycle software solutions for healthcare organizations, as a 2011 Weatherhead 100 company. The award is designated for the top 100 fastest-growing companies in Northeast Ohio that serve as a beacon of success to all businesses in the region.
Since its creation in 1987, the Weatherhead 100 award has continually honored the fastest-growing entrepreneurial ventures throughout Northeast Ohio. Qualified companies are evaluated based on a number of criteria including consistent growth over the last five years, as well as a commitment to hard work and innovation.
“Our team did this together—everyone—whether it was closing sales, implementing projects, developing our products, delivering stunning service, documenting our processes, running reports—all of it,” said Tony Paparella, a Northeast Ohio resident (Bath) and president and founder of MediQuant Inc. “It is a testament to our revenue cycle and IT experts that top hospitals and healthcare networks increasingly choose MediQuant to tailor data solutions to their organizations. We’re excited to join the Weatherhead 100 and anticipate continued strong growth in the years ahead. Congratulations again to all our team!”
MediQuant innovates smarter solutions for managing healthcare revenue cycles including tools for medical necessity/ABN compliance as well as legacy data administration. With DataArk, an innovative “active” archive for continued reporting and billing of old accounts, MediQuant has helped many healthcare providers eliminate legacy system support costs up to 80% by allowing the old health information system (HIS) to be retired.