Arcadia Solutions Named to the Healthcare Informatics' Top 100 for Second Consecutive Year

Arcadia’s position on 2013 list demonstrates the company’s accelerated growth and burgeoning customer success

Arcadia Solutions Named to the Top 100 for Second Consecutive Year

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, a leading provider of data-driven quality improvement solutions, today announced it has been named to the annual “HCI 100” list for the second consecutive year, ascending two positions from last year. This prestigious honor recognizes healthcare IT companies with the highest revenue and growth. Arcadia Solutions is acknowledged among a leading group of organizations committed to improving healthcare outcomes through technology while strategically growing their business.

“Being recognized by as a top 100 company is evidence of our continued nationwide growth and expansion” said Sean Carroll, CEO, Arcadia Solutions. “Arcadia’s evolving suite of offerings, coupled with digital and onsite customer support, helps improve care delivery at hospitals and health systems of all sizes. The HCI 100 acknowledgment further validates our unique strategy of providing healthcare IT solutions and counsel to providers across the nation.”

Over the past year, Arcadia Solutions has improved healthcare infrastructure for major providers in Washington, and . By supporting and streamlining back-end data systems, the company helped these providers meet impending state regulations and increased operational efficiencies. Additionally, to further grow its national footprint, Arcadia named Sean Carroll chief executive officer, leveraging his extensive healthcare IT management experience.

’ HCI 100 list has been issued for 20 years and assesses companies based on verified HIT revenue, acquisition details and company activities; all qualifiers to be a contender for this prestigious list. To learn more about 100 rankings, visit .

Arcadia Solutions is a nationally recognized, leading healthcare consulting firm that engages with both payers and providers to design, implement, and manage healthcare transformation and technology projects. Since 2002, Arcadia’s focus on data-driven solutions has allowed clients to more efficiently and cost-effectively manage their information through the right blend of people, processes, technology, and strategy. For more information, visit .

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