Harmony Healthcare named one of the Top Three Fastest-Growing Companies in Tampa Bay

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Harmony Healthcare wins award for its 444 percent revenue growth from providing Healthcare Revenue Cycle Leadership and Health Information Management and solutions to hospitals

Harmony Healthcare's explosive and consistent revenue growth earned it one of the tops spots on the “2015 Fast 50” list published by the Tampa Bay Business Journal.

Growth of almost 444 percent in revenue over the last three years landed Harmony Healthcare among the top three privately held area companies rated by the paper.

Harmony Healthcare earned that award by improving the financial health of hospitals across the country. The company provides leadership in Revenue Cycle and Health Information Management Staffing and Outsourcing solutions.

Founder and CEO Christopher H.G. Brown said one secret of his company's success comes from the example of famed UCLA basketball coach John Wooden. "Like him, I look first for qualities in people such as character, dedication, work ethic and discipline." But Brown also invests in his highly skilled staff with ongoing training and development.

Brown's hard work and entrepreneurial spirit has certainly paid off over his career. He founded and ran Burlington Wells, a finance, IT and HR contract and placement services company, until it was sold to Monster.com/TMP Worldwide in 2000. Then he started up Insights Search, a Health Information Management contract and placement company, and ran the company until it was acquired by On Assignment in 2006.

With Harmony Healthcare, Brown takes pride not only in his company's huge revenue growth and job creation, but also in its customer satisfaction. A Dunn and Bradstreet Client Satisfaction Survey resulted in a satisfaction rating of 97 percent.

His company's high ranking on the Tampa Bay Business Journal's Fast 50 list was determined by the company's percentage of revenue growth from 2012 to 2014.

Brown founded Harmony Healthcare in 2010 after recognizing that the switch from paper to digital medical records would revolutionize the way hospitals and other healthcare facilities collected patient information, coded it, communicated with multiple insurance companies and collected revenue in a timely manner. The complexity and constant changes in systems can be challenging to hospitals.

Harmony Healthcare provides full-service Revenue Cycle leadership and Health Information Management professionals. Each is highly trained and can recognize problems and lead the client facility through the best processes and procedures and solutions. The breadth of their expertise means they can provide support in areas ranging from clinical documentation improvements, to coding, auditing and government compliancy at Veterans Administration hospitals.

Harmony Healthcare rewards its hardworking employees with great pay, a 100 percent paid for cafeteria benefits plan, PTO, 401K plan and more.

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