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Access Healthcare Ranks #4 on the Dallas Business Journal 2019 Middle Market 50 List

DALLAS, June 25, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Access Healthcare, one of the largest providers of the revenue cycle business process and IT services, has been ranked #4 in the Dallas Business Journal 2019 Middle Market 50 List. After 2 consecutive years of securing the 11th spot, Access Healthcare progressed to the top five of the 2019 list of fastest-growing middle market firms. The rankings were revealed by the Dallas Business Journal at the fifth annual awards dinner which was held on Thursday, June 20th, in Dallas, Texas.

Now in its fifth year, the middle market 50 list includes companies having annual revenue between $25 million and $750 million. The average revenue growth for the companies accounted for almost 66% from 2016 to 2018. The rankings are based on a weighted growth index of revenue.

"We are proud to have ranked in the top 5 in the Middle Market 50 list," says Anurag Jain, Chairman of Access Healthcare. "It's encouraging to see the rapid growth of the company in both revenue and delivery capabilities. What began in a coffee shop with 3 people has now grown to over 12,000 people across 19 delivery centers. At Access Healthcare, we are always committed to building best-in-class healthcare solutions, enabled by new technologies and strong leadership capability."

In 2018, Access Healthcare has made a couple of strategic acquisitions to diversify customer portfolios and to strengthen its competitive position in the healthcare space. The acquisition of Pacific BPO, followed by another acquisition of Mediserve, the back office of Brighton Health Plan, has not only increased the scale of operations, but also provided niche capabilities in direct hospital, physician practices, payer services, and digital business processes. Since 2018, Access Healthcare has grown from 8,000 to 12,000 employees, and increased delivery capabilities from 12 delivery centers to 19.

Access Healthcare's goal is, "to be the most respected healthcare business process and IT services team in the world." To achieve this goal, the company is strengthening its leadership capabilities, infusing agility through innovation and intelligence across all its healthcare services, and expanding the business with new solutions and new delivery geographies.

About Dallas Business Journal
Founded in 1977, Dallas Business Journal is the leading source for local business news, research, and events in the DFW area. The award-winning Dallas Business Journal is a hub for breaking business news and events. Their mission is to be the dominant and most trusted source of business news in North Texas. Dallas Business Journal provides value to their constituents by helping them grow their business, make money, and grow their careers through a comprehensive set of vehicles, which include print, digital, and events. For more details, visit http://www.bizjournals.com.    

About Access Healthcare
Access Healthcare provides business process outsourcing, applications services, and robotic process automation tools to healthcare providers, payers, and related service providers. We operate from 19 delivery centers in the US, India and the Philippines, and our 12,000+ staff is committed to bringing revenue cycle excellence to our customers by leveraging technology, emerging best practices, and global delivery. Based in Dallas, we support over 300,000 physicians, serve 80+ specialties, process over $70 billion of A/R annually, and ascribe medical codes to over 30 million charts annually. To learn how Access Healthcare can help your organization boost its financial performance, visit accesshealthcare.com.

 

SOURCE Access Healthcare Services

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