Arcadia Solutions Named in Modern Healthcare’s “Healthcare’s Hottest”

Arcadia Recognized as one of the Fastest Growing US Healthcare Companies

Arcadia Solutions Named in Modern Healthcare’s “Healthcare’s Hottest”

<0> PAN CommunicationsNikki Festa, 617-502-4300orArcadia SolutionsGreg Chittim, 781-202-3600Director of Strategic Marketing </0>

, a leading provider of data-driven quality improvement solutions for health systems and health plans, today announced it ranked No. 23 in “Healthcare’s Hottest” program. honors the fastest growing companies and organizations in the industry as measured by revenue growth, have at least $20M in revenue for 2012 and have been in business for five years or more.

Arcadia was named to this list due in part to a big year of partnerships with health systems, health plans, and communities across the country. Arcadia is rapidly expanding its delivery capabilities and leadership team, including Sean Carroll as Chief Executive Officer in May 2013. Sean is leveraging his extensive healthcare IT management experience to help facilitate this successful year and driving towards greater achievements in 2014 and beyond.

“We are truly honored to be named as one of Healthcare’s Hottest. To be recognized among the top healthcare companies in the country by a leading voice is truly a testament to how hard we have worked and the results we have brought our clients over the last year,” said Sean Carroll. “Being named to this list is a direct result of the commitment of our employees to our clients. We look forward to building on this momentum in 2014 as we continue to help drive achievement in the Accountable Care (ACO) performance, Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) transformation, practice productivity, and quality improvement.”

The remainder of 2013 and 2014 promise to bring exciting new projects that will allow providers, plans, and communities to find millions of dollars of untapped revenue in their ambulatory networks. Arcadia’s unique position as an end-to-end partner using proven technology to integrate clinical EHR data and claims data allows for rapid and sustained physician engagement for guaranteed outcomes.

is the industry’s most trusted, credible and relied-upon news source. Modern Healthcare examines the most pressing healthcare issues and provides executives with the information they need to make the most informed business decisions and lead their organizations to success. It’s for this reason Modern Healthcare is deemed a “must-read publication” by the who’s who in healthcare.

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Modern Healthcare, with the aid of the accounting firm Katz, Sapper & Miller, named 40 companies to the 2013 Healthcare’s Hottest list. On August 5, Modern Healthcare announced the names of the 40 companies in alphabetical order. The rankings will be released in September. To learn more about the program, visit modernhealthcare.com/healthcareshottest.

Founded in 2002 and headquartered outside Boston, with offices in New York, Seattle, and Nashville, Arcadia Solutions is an innovative and nationally recognized leader in the healthcare technology and services industry. Arcadia provides services related to EHR Outsourcing and Consulting; Data Integration and Population Analytics; and Care Delivery Transformation and Coaching. With a focus on both healthcare provider and payer solutions, Arcadia has a unique cross-industry perspective on using data to drive healthcare transformation. For more information, visit .

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