MedBridge Awarded Position in the 2021 Middle Market Fast 50 List by Puget Sound Business Journal

MedBridge today announced that it has been ranked 32nd on the Puget Sound Business Journal (PSBJ) 2021 Middle Market Fast 50 list. 

MedBridge is the industry-leading provider of patient engagement and professional development solutions that enable healthcare organizations to improve outcomes, lower costs, and optimize care delivery. 

The companies on the Middle Market Fast 50 list are both public and private, with revenue earnings between $25 million and $1 billion in 2020. The list comprises a diverse group of businesses that span across sectors, including biotech, banking, real estate, and technology. 

Middle-market companies are an economic powerhouse in the Puget Sound region. According to a 2018 Dun & Bradstreet report, middle-market companies make up less than 1 percent of businesses in the US, but employ 27.2 percent of the nation’s workers and make up 26.8 percent of revenue produced by US companies.

Over the past several years, healthcare organizations across the care continuum have faced the difficult challenge of ensuring access to safe, high-quality care in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. During this time, MedBridge has continued to develop innovative digital care solutions that allow healthcare organizations to expand access to treatment, engage their patients, and deliver the right care at the right time to complex patient populations. 

MedBridge believes that healthcare organizations experience the best outcomes when they focus on educating and engaging both patients and providers. The MedBridge Digital Care Delivery Solution combines powerful patient engagement technology and outcomes reporting with targeted, evidence-based clinical education. It allows organizations to standardize high-quality care through effective clinical pathways, improve patient engagement and the patient experience, onboard new hires with the skills they need to succeed, and keep employees satisfied, engaged, and practicing at the top of their licenses with ongoing professional development courses. 

“From hospitals to home health agencies to private practices, healthcare organizations have been rapidly adopting digital care solutions to continue providing patients with high-quality care during the pandemic, but we believe the value of these solutions will extend far into the future,” said Andrew Mickus, MedBridge Chief Content Officer. “We’re honored to receive this award and grateful for the opportunity to continue developing innovative virtual care tools that help patients more easily access the care they need while reducing costs for healthcare organizations.” 

Source: MedBridge