Hayes Management Consulting Named one of Modern Healthcare’s Best Places to Work in Healthcare

NEWTON, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Hayes Management Consulting, a leading healthcare consulting firm, has been selected as one of Modern Healthcare’s Best Places to Work in Healthcare for 2011. The program recognizes outstanding places of employment within the healthcare industry. With 327 healthcare employers participating in this year’s program, Hayes is one of the 100 outstanding companies to earn this distinction for 2011.

“Hayes is a company which appreciates its people, promotes integrity, and honors the contributions that each individual makes,” said Pete Butler, Hayes Management Consulting President. “We define our culture through common goals, supporting each other in the field and making our clients successful.”

Modern Healthcare collaborated with Best Companies Group, a Pennsylvania-based firm that administers “best places to work” programs nationwide. The program gathers information from employers and employees and is open to all companies (providers, suppliers, and payors) with more than 25 employees. The survey details company policies/practices, benefits and demographics.

Modern Healthcare published a non-ranking, alphabetical list showcasing recipients, and will reveal the specific rankings at the awards banquet on October 18 in Chicago, IL.

About Hayes

Hayes is ranked the Top Overall Professional Services Firm by KLAS (2007-2010) in the 2010 Top 20 Best in KLAS Awards: Software & Professional Services. Hayes improves healthcare with services and software designed to improve operational efficiency and effectiveness. Hayes consultants are subject matter experts in healthcare IT strategic planning, healthcare revenue cycle management, EHR and practice management system selection and implementation, ARRA / meaningful use preparation, ICD-10 migration and more. Hayes also offers MDaudit™ compliance audit software to improve auditing efficiency and productivity. Visit our website at www.hayesmanagement.com or call us at 617-559-0404 to learn more.



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Wendy Loveland, 617-559-0404
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