May 18, 2015 – Atlanta, GA –  Curant Health has received a 2015 Georgia Fast 40 award for the third year in a row.  The award will be presented by the Atlanta chapter of The Association for Corporate Growth® (ACG), a global professional organization focused on middle-market growth, mergers and acquisitions, and private investment, on Thursday, June 11, 2015 at the Grand Hyatt Atlanta in Buckhead.

The Georgia Fast 40 recognizes Curant Health for being one of the fastest growing middle market companies in Georgia.  “Curant Health is a transformational healthcare company.  As the national thought leader on developing and implementing chronic disease state, patient-focused protocols, Curant Health is proving to be a disruptive force to the traditional care model,” stated COO Marc O’Connor.

As one of the nation’s fastest growing healthcare companies, Curant Health is equipped to champion the market shift to comprehensive, patient-centric, value-driven care by helping healthcare stakeholders establish chronic care programs that improve health outcomes and cut costs.  Private insurers, self-insured employers and government-funded healthcare programs are the biggest beneficiaries of Curant’s approach to managing chronic disease.

The Georgia Fast 40 has honored companies headquarterd in Atlanta that persistently achieve sustained growth since 2008.  The ACG bases growth upon revenue and employment, whether attained through procurement or organically.

About Curant Health

Curant Health treats patients nationwide through its medication management protocols, including medication reconciliation and establishment of personalized medication regimens, and supports its provider partners and care coordination with its award-winning EMR, MedPlan™. Curant’s healthcare professionals provide individualized care proven to improve the lives of chronically ill patients. curanthealth.com

About Georgia Fast 40

The Georgia Fast 40 was founded in 2008 to honor companies headquartered in the state of Georgia achieving sustained growth.  Growth is measured objectively based on revenue and employment, whether achieved organically or through acquisition.   The companies are categorized into two groups with 20 companies recognized in each.