April 27, 2017 - Atlanta, GA – For the fifth year in a row, the Atlanta Business Chronicle has named Curant Health as a Pacesetters Award recipient in recognition of being one of Atlanta’s fastest-growing private companies. This year Curant Health placed 17 on the list of leading Atlanta companies.
The Atlanta Business Chronicle considers hundreds of companies within 20 counties surrounding Atlanta for the Pacesetter award. Companies must be privately held and meet ambitious growth and revenue benchmarks to be considered.
The Pacesetter award is recognition that the Curant Health business model, focused on providing personalized medication management services for patients with chronic conditions in the home, delivers results. Curant Health is a demonstrated leader in its ability to provide a suite of complementary services to provide complete patient fulfillment and optimal healthcare value in order to address the $300 billion medication non-adherence challenge.
“We are honored to be recognized once again by the Atlanta Business Chronicle. Curant Health’s continued success in delivering on our mission to improve patient outcomes and lives is the primary reason we have been named a 2017 Pacesetter. Our growth in revenue, employees and number of new partners across the healthcare stakeholder landscape is proof that being an organization focused on the patient delivers results,” explained Curant Health President and CEO, Patrick Dunham.
For more information about Curant Health visit www.curanthealth.com or contact Kristin Lindsey, Senior Marketing Director, at email@example.com.
ABOUT CURANT HEALTH
The team of healthcare experts at Curant Health provides personalized, patient-centered services proven to deliver improved health outcomes, including medication management therapies and continuous, consistent patient care, education and support. These programs dramatically lower the cost to treat chronic, high-expense conditions including HIV, HCV, diabetes and others. Recognized four times as one of America’s Fastest Growing Companies by Inc. Magazine, Curant was also one of 10 finalists in Microsoft’s Excellence in Innovation competition for its development and deployment of its EMR system, MedPlan.