Adreima Voted One of the “Best Places to Work” in Phoenix

Company Recognized for Its Exceptional Employee Work Life, Workplace Environment, Leadership Direction, Culture and Management Practices

PHOENIX--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Adreima (formerly known as Advanced Reimbursement Management), a leading advocate for hospitals nationwide in Medicaid eligibility and revenue cycle management (RCM) services, has been named one of the “Best Places to Work” by the Phoenix Business Journal. With hundreds of companies nominated for this award each year, Adreima ranked #13 in the medium-sized business category of the exclusive list.

The “Best Places to Work” award is designed to recognize companies in the valley whose employees, through a third-party satisfaction survey, rate them as exceptional in employee work life, workplace environment, leadership direction, culture, and management practices. Adreima’s winning employment practices — focusing on employee well-being and promoting a values-driven culture — prompted its employees to cast their votes and rank the company among the best of the best in the region.

“Adreima’s executive team has a deeply rooted commitment to living the company’s values and that starts with promoting an extraordinary culture,” said Zane Ullman, a Phoenix-based operations analyst and team lead. “They value every team member’s input and enable us to develop and implement several important company initiatives relating to health and wellness, philanthropy and team member recognition.”

Study after study has shown that employees who like where they work will boost company success and Adreima is yet another example of this being true. This fall, Adreima acquired Hospital Inpatient Services. As a result, the company has expanded its national footprint, and now provides Medicaid and Disability eligibility and other healthcare RCM services to over 70 hospitals in 10 states, with more than 300 employees across the country benefiting from its distinguished culture.

“Team member satisfaction and retention is the key to our success - a cornerstone of our company’s culture,” said Adreima’s Chief Executive Officer Connie Perez. “Creating an environment of mutual respect and trust, while recognizing how much each person contributes to making Adreima a successful company, are core to the company’s values. These clearly parlay themselves into the superior level of customer service and results team members provide for our clients.

According to Don Henninger, publisher of the Phoenix Business Journal, Adreima’s efforts to create an engaged and supportive work force have paid off. Through the “Best Places to Work” award program, the company is being acknowledged for creating an enjoyable corporate culture and work environment that fosters personal and professional growth for its employees.

About Adreima

Adreima advocates for hospitals nationwide, providing revenue cycle management services supported by a deep knowledge of state-specific issues and unparalleled in-house expertise in Medicaid and Disability eligibility and hospital reimbursement. Adreima improves financial performance for, and has built long-term trusting partnerships with, more than 70 hospital clients in 10 states. In addition to eligibility services, Adreima handles complex clinical reimbursement issues, manages wrongful denials of benefits or payments and recovers incremental post-payment revenue. Founded in 1990 and headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, Adreima is a portfolio company of Waud Capital Partners, a leading middle market private equity firm based in Chicago with significant healthcare investment experience. For more information, click here.



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