Independent Living Systems Recognized as One of the Fastest Growing Healthcare Companies in 2013

Independent Living Systems Recognized as One of the Fastest Growing Healthcare Companies in 2013

<0> Independent Living Systems, LLCLaura Stine, 305-262-1292 Ext. 7019Sales Coordinator </0>

Independent Living Systems LLC (ILS) has been recognized by Modern Healthcare as the 10th fastest growing healthcare company in the nation for 2013.

Modern Healthcare's second annual Healthcare's Hottest recognition program honors the fastest growing companies and organizations in the industry as measured by revenue growth. Forty companies were named to the 2013 list.

"Independent Living Systems and our employees are grateful for the opportunity to deliver services aimed at improving the aging experience for millions of Americans," said Nestor Plana, CEO, Independent Living Systems. "We are honored by this recognition from Modern Healthcare."

Independent Living Systems delivers 5 synergistic programs including care management, care transitions, third-party administration, nutritional support and managed long term care services that support our aging and special needs members through critical stages of care. These programs are designed to easily integrate into existing health plan models and together provide comprehensive, cost effective long term care. The company was founded in 2001, and today provides services to over 3M members through operations in mainland US, Puerto Rico and Hawaii.


Independent Living Systems is committed to enhancing quality of life through innovative health and support solutions that help improve health outcomes, reduce costs and foster independence. The company's integrated offering provides assistance beyond the clinical realm for individuals at every stage of care, from acute hospitalization through experiences with chronic illness, to personalized care management for the long term.

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