Lenexa, KS (PRWEB) July 30, 2014
Sagacious Consultants, the premier full-service Epic consulting company, announced today it will donate $10,000 to a group of charities supporting veterans—Wounded Warrior Project, Camp American Legion, the Legacy Fund, and the Aaron Grider Foundation. This donation is part of Sagacious Consultants’ charitable bonus program, which gives consultants an opportunity to contribute a donation every year to a charity of their choice and make a meaningful impact on their surrounding communities.
“We are thrilled to make this contribution in honor of the men and women who have sacrificed to protect our nation,” said Jesse Adams, Sagacious Consultants Vice President and Marine Corps Veteran. “This is a cause that our employees believe in wholeheartedly.”
Nick Freund, a Senior Hospital Billing Consultant at Sagacious Consultants, was the catalyst for the donation. He is the lead organizer of a benefit dinner for veterans at the Best Western Premier Waterfront Hotel and Convention Center in Oshkosh, Wis. on August 8. All proceeds from "Wisconsin Remembers: A Veterans Salute" go towards the four veterans charities. Freund’s Sagacious colleagues offered their charitable bonuses to the cause when news of the event spread.
“I am incredibly grateful to be working for a company that values giving back to the community, and I am proud to work alongside coworkers who have generously applied their donations to a cause I believe in,” said Freund. “With this contribution, Sagacious Consultants has helped ensure the success of our fundraiser and has honored those service members who have made the ultimate sacrifice.”
In 2013, Sagacious Consultants donated nearly $40,000 to charities throughout the year on behalf of its employees.
About Sagacious Consultants
Sagacious Consultants, established 2009 in Madison, Wis., ranks as the top EMR service vendor, according to the 2013 Best in KLAS Awards: Software & Services Report. Now based in Lenexa, Kan., Sagacious Consultants is the premier full-service Epic consulting firm, consisting of 97% former Epic employees. Named one of Modern Healthcare’s “2013 Best Places to Work in Healthcare,” Sagacious employs over 150 full-time employees in 35 states, and has provided consulting services to over 80 healthcare organizations. Clients range from large multi-hospital networks to academic institutions, pediatric hospitals, and local community clinics.
For more information about Sagacious Consultants’ services or charitable donations, please visit SagaciousConsultants.com, email info(at)sagaciousconsultants(dot)com, or call 1-855-532-6200.
About the charities
Wounded Warrior Project raises awareness and enlists the public’s aid for the needs of injured service members, and provides unique, direct programs and services to meet their needs.
Camp American Legion provides rest, relaxation, recuperation and rehabilitation to Wisconsin veterans of all ages, active duty military service members and their families. Camp serves those who have a physical or psychological medical condition.
The Legacy Fund provides college scholarships to the children of military personnel who have been killed on active duty.
Aaron Grider Foundation connects families and loved ones of fallen soldiers to one another and provides them with opportunities to serve.