Zynx Health Recognized as an Outstanding Employer in the Healthcare Industry

Growing innovator of clinical decision support solutions honored in Modern Healthcare’s Best Places to Work in Healthcare

LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Zynx Health, the market leader in providing evidence-based and experience-based clinical decision support (CDS) solutions, has been named by Modern Healthcare as one of the “Best Places to Work in Healthcare” for 2011. The national award recognizes outstanding employers in the healthcare industry that have demonstrated strong economic development and employee retention.

“The emergence of clinical decision support as an integral part of electronic health records provides us with an opportunity to significantly improve patient care,” says Scott Weingarten, MD, MPH, president and CEO of Zynx Health. “I feel very fortunate to have the opportunity to work with the highly dedicated team of Zynx Health employees who have an unwavering commitment to our mission of improving the quality, safety, and cost of care. We appreciate Modern Healthcare’s recognition of our extremely talented team.”

At the intersection of healthcare and technology innovation, employees at Zynx Health develop evidence-based content and technology solutions that empower their clients to measurably improve the quality, safety, and efficiency of patient care. Nearly 2,000 hospitals – encompassing more than 50 percent of all patients discharged in the United States – use the company’s technology to bring the latest medical evidence and best practices to the point of care. Zynx Health evidence-based CDS is viewed as a key driver for improving patient outcomes and reducing costs, two prominent performance metrics outlined in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 and American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.

“It is an honor that our staff has voted Zynx Health as a great place to work,” says Patrick Zvara, human resources director at Zynx Health. “Their dedication to our clients and the improvement of healthcare is commendable. Our hope is to continue to support the staff in a way that allows them to accomplish their goals while improving their job satisfaction. As we continue to grow, it is clear our success is driven by our amazing team members.”

“Best Places to Work in Healthcare” recipients were selected based on employee and employer surveys related to eight core areas, including employee satisfaction, workplace environment, pay/benefits, training initiatives, and career development opportunities. Zynx Health and other winners will be showcased in a special October 24 edition of Modern Healthcare.

About Zynx Health

Zynx Health, a subsidiary of Hearst Corporation, is the market leader in providing evidence-based and experience-based clinical decision support solutions proven to measurably improve the quality, safety, and efficiency of patient care. Thousands of hospital organizations and providers trust Zynx Health clinical evidence, order sets, plans of care, clinical decision rules, quality forecasters, and practice guidelines to drive clinical improvements at the point of care and deploy the clinical decision support solutions required to demonstrate meaningful use of electronic health records. Collectively, clients have customized and deployed more than 190,000 order sets and plans of care within Zynx Health’s online solutions. To learn more, visit www.zynxhealth.com or call 888.333.9969.



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