Change Healthcare was named as an honoree for the Nashville Business Journal’s 2017 Fast 50 Award, which recognizes the top 50 fastest-growing private companies in Middle Tennessee.
To compile its list of winners, the business publication began with its NBJ 100, a list of the area’s 100 top private companies ranked by revenue, which they’ve compiled for more than a decade. Those companies were then asked for revenue totals for each of the past four years, and were then ranked by those with the greatest revenue growth.
Change Healthcare was honored at the recognition luncheon on Friday, September 22nd, at the Omni Nashville Hotel, where CEO Neil de Crescenzo accepted the award on behalf of the company. Change Healthcare was also featured in the 2017 Fast 50 special print publication that came out the same day, as well as on NashvilleBusinessJournal.com.
Besides Mr. de Crescenzo, among those in attendance were Change Healthcare representatives Linda Whitley-Taylor, CPO; Tommy Lewis, SVP, Growth Initiatives; Chris Bayham, SVP, Chief Information Officer, Corporate Infrastructure and Cloud Operations; Tate McDaniel, SVP, Engagement Solutions; Leila Bryner, VP, Internal Communications; Mike Lee, Sr. Director, Executive Recruiting; Denise Klein, Provider Advocate; Andrea McIntyre, SVP, CFO, Network Solutions; and Haddon Bennett, CISO.
Change Healthcare offered its congratulations to all of the Nashville Business Journal’s Fast 50 honorees, who can be found in this Fast 50 slideshow.
On Thursday, September 21, Rep. Tom MacArthur (R-NJ) visited the Change Healthcare offices in Mt. Laurel, NJ, for an overview of Change Healthcare operations with a particular focus on the Risk Analytics team based in Mt. Laurel. Change Healthcare shared a white paper, “Healthcare Utilization Varies Widely ...