ROI Software Firm named one of top 100 fastest-growing businesses in Dallas
DALLAS (December 10, 2017)—HealthMark Group(HealthMark), a leading provider of health information management services for medical clinics and hospitals, was honored as one of the top 100 fastest-growing privately held companies in the Dallas area at the 27th Annual SMU CoxDallas 100™Awards Ceremony and Banquet, held at the Omni Hotel Dallas on November 16th, 2017.
Co-founded by SMU Cox School of Business and the Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship, the Dallas 100™ recognizes the top businesses based on sales and revenue growth over the previous three years. Each year, the awards celebrate area entrepreneurs and the diversity, creativity and resolve required to create and sustain successful businesses.
“It is a privilege to be recognized as part of the Dallas 100™,” said Scott Bagley, Chief Executive Officer of HealthMark Group. “This honor is a reflection of the hard work and dedication of the tremendous team at HealthMark. We look forward to sustained growth with a commitment to continuous improvement of our services.”
About Dallas 100™
The SMU Cox School Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship, working with the accounting firm BKD LLP CAP and Advisors, examined sales from hundreds of companies from 2014 to 2016 and ranked them the top 100 entrepreneurial companies annually based on growth percentage and absolute dollar growth over the previous three years. According to Caruth Institute data, the winners represent a broad spectrum of Dallas-area businesses and collectively generated billions of dollars in sales over the past three years.
About HealthMark Group
Founded in 2006, HealthMark Group is a leading provider of technology-enabled health information management services to healthcare providers across the country. The company was founded on the specific need to incorporate technology into the Release of Information (ROI) process. HealthMark’s MedRelease software platform is revolutionizing the ROI industry and is designed to meet the need for a more efficient and patient-centric method of releasing medical records, while complying with increasingly restrictive regulatory requirements.