MIAMI--(BUSINESS WIRE)--CareCloud, the platform for high-performing medical groups, has been named to South Florida Business Journal’s Fast 50. This list recognizes the fastest growing private companies in the region based on their annual revenue growth. CareCloud earned the #13 spot among companies with more than $25 million in annual revenue.
Founded in 2009 with a practice management solution that primarily served small physician practices, CareCloud has evolved into one of the industry’s leading cloud-based health technology platforms and is taking off with large medical groups as they adapt to the complexities of managing for growth in a value-based care environment.
“As a company born in the Internet age and in South Florida, we’ve been able to bring together the best of enterprise cloud technology and healthcare technology in a way that supports both patient health outcomes and practice financial health – and we’re delighted with how the market is responding,” said Ken Comée, CEO of CareCloud. “We’ve benefited from the strong entrepreneurial spirit and incredibly supportive business community here to grow our company and to help build Miami into a technology hub for other aspiring entrepreneurs and professionals.”
CareCloud and its employees actively support South Florida organizations that provide education and career development opportunities in technology, including Wyncode Academy, CodeLLA and the Knight Foundation Future Leaders of Tech program, among others.
CareCloud’s platform includes practice management, electronic health record (EHR) and patient experience management technology to support the full continuum of medical group operations. More than 23,000 medical professionals with 14.3 million patients use CareCloud’s platform as a foundation for their business strategies.
CareCloud’s appointment to the “Fast 50” list was formalized at the SFBJ awards ceremony on Thursday, August 17. Details about the SFBJ’s Fast 50 are available on the South Florida Business Journal’s website.
CareCloud is the leading provider of cloud-based revenue cycle management (RCM), practice management (PM), electronic health record (EHR), and patient experience management (PXM) solutions for high-performance medical groups. CareCloud helps clients increase financial and operational performance, streamline clinical workflows, and improve patient care nationwide. The company currently manages more than $4 billion in annualized accounts receivable on its integrated clinical and financial platform. To learn more about CareCloud: www.carecloud.com.