athenahealth Named a 2013 Top Workplace in Atlanta

Leading cloud-based EHR provider selected for Top 100 by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

athenahealth Named a 2013 Top Workplace in Atlanta

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(NASDAQ: ATHN), a leading provider of cloud-based services for (), and , today announced that it has been selected as one of Top 100 Workplaces for the Atlanta area. The Top 100 Workplaces are determined based solely on employee feedback. The employee survey on organizational health and employee engagement is conducted by WorkplaceDynamics, LLP, a research firm.

athenahealth has also previously been named a , a 2012 Best Place to Work in Massachusetts by the and a 2012 Best Place to Work in Maine by Best Places Group.

“We are honored to be recognized as a Top Workplace in the Atlanta area. We have an opportunity to make a profound difference—and to profit from our vision and our work—with the help of lots of smart people who like collaboration, teaching and learning,” said Dan Orenstein, SVP, People & Process, athenahealth. “We are building a national health information backbone that will be a game changer in health care, and to do that we depend on the talent and passion of our employees. Atlanta is a dynamic city and we’re committed to continue to grow here. We’re looking forward to adding local talent who can support our ambitious vision.”

For more information on athenahealth’s cloud-based service offerings and careers at athenahealth, please visit our website, , or follow along on , and .

athenahealth is a leading provider of cloud-based services for EHR, practice management, and care coordination. athenahealth’s mission is to be caregivers’ most trusted service, helping them do well doing the right thing. For more information, please visit or call 888-652-8200.

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