Frisco, TX (PRWEB) November 15, 2012
MedSys Group Consulting received the prestigious Dallas 100™ Entrepreneur Award on November 14th at the Meyerson Symphony Center, for being one of the fastest growing privately-held entrepreneurial businesses in Dallas. Enabling the evolution of healthcare, MedSys Group Consulting, is a national healthcare IT consulting firm, that supports today’s healthcare technology systems in large academic medical centers, integrated delivery networks, specialty hospitals and physician practice organizations.
“We are extremely honored to be selected for the Dallas 100™ Award,” Alan Kravitz, CEO and Founder of MedSys Group Consulting said. “The Caruth Institute at SMU’s Cox School of Business has created this prestigious award to recognize the top entrepreneurial companies experiencing substantial growth similar to that of MedSys Group Consulting. As a national provider of professionally accredited EMR consultants, MedSys’ inclusion on the Dallas 100™ is a testament to the commitment and hard work of our people, and the quality results we bring to hospital organizations we serve throughout the nation.”
MedSys is an innovation leader in Healthcare Information Technology and Consulting and is committed to evolving healthcare ™. The company was chosen as a Dallas 100tm company because sales increased nearly 1000 percent from 2008 to 2011 and closed 2011 with $15.8 million in revenue. That growth represented substantial percentage sales increase in privately-held entrepreneurial businesses in Dallas. MedSys Group is committed to hiring the best and most innovative people in the industry and continues to push initiatives for transforming the way healthcare is delivered in the United States.
The twenty-second annual Dallas 100tm Awards Ceremony was presented by the SMU Cox Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship. The founders originally conceived of the event in 1990, in the midst of another economically challenging time for the country, with the goal of shining the spotlight on the good news about fast growth Dallas companies. The event continues to recognize privately held corporations, proprietorships or partnerships headquartered in Dallas that don't otherwise get attention, but which have created jobs and generated wealth for their founders and employees.
"Entrepreneurs are the fundamental change agents and rejuvenators of an economy," said Jerry White, event co-founder and director of the Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship at SMU Cox School of Business. "They derive innovation, build companies, create jobs and build the wealth of the nation."
About Medsys Group, LLC
Founded in 2008, MedSys Group, LLC, a national Healthcare Information Technology Consulting firm, supports today’s technology in large academic medical centers, integrated delivery networks, specialty hospitals and physician practice organizations. MedSys Group’s vision of ‘evolving healthcare’ is centered on contributing to the success of its clients while providing a supportive culture for its professional consultants and associates. MedSys is able to lend expert guidance and knowledge in Cerner, Epic, Siemens, Meditech, McKesson, and Eclipsys solutions, as well as the Ambulatory and Practice Management arenas. For more information about MedSys Group, LLC or to reach a MedSys Associate, please visit: http://www.medsysgroup.com or call 972-464-0020. You can also follow MedSys on Twitter @MedsysGroup.
About SMU Cox
SMU's Cox School of Business offers a full range of business education programs, including BBA, full-time MBA, Professional MBA (PMBA), Executive MBA (EMBA), Master of Science in Accounting, Master of Science in Entrepreneurship, Master of Science in Finance and Executive Education. The school also offers a number of unique resources and activities for students, ranging from its Business Leadership Center (BLC), Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship, Maguire Energy Institute and Global Leadership Program to its Associate Board Executive Mentoring Program and an international alumni network with chapters in more than 20 countries.