Inc. Magazine Lists Bizmatics as One of the Fastest-Growing Companies in America
September 2nd, 2014 – San Jose, CA. Bizmatics, makers of PrognoCIS EMR, is pleased to announce it has been included in Inc. Magazine’s 5000 Fast-Growing Private U.S. Companies in 2014 list. The companies selected to be part of this list must be US-based, privately held, for-profit, and independent – not subsidiaries or divisions of other companies. This is Bizmatics debut on the annual list, demonstrating revenue growth of more than 95% between 2010 and 2013.
“We’re honored to be mentioned in Inc. Magazine for our growth over the past three years. We’re proud of our flagship application suite PrognoCIS, which is a fully-integrated practice solution consisting of: EMR Software, Practice Management, Medical Billing, and Patient Portals,” said Vinay Deshpande, Bizmatics’ CEO. “As we continue to develop innovative new products and services to meet the demands of the dynamic and ever-changing Health Technology Industry we strive to help our client-based medical practices positively transform the way they operate and deliver patient care.”
As an innovator in cloud-based EMR software for medical practices with focused efforts towards primary care and specialty practice workflows, Bizmatics produces streamlined, easy-to-use solutions to increase profitability and productivity. Built on a multi-tier internet architecture, PrognoCIS is a complete mature yet fully customizable. The Integrated architecture supports common database for all Bizmatics products to ensure seamless, real-time information flow. PrognoCIS is available both as an ASP service or an in-house Client Server solution.
PrognoCIS EMR and Practice Management software is developed and marketed by Bizmatics, which provides clinical and business productivity suites and services to the healthcare providers market. Operating in Silicon Valley, PrognoCIS has been developed using the latest innovations and cutting-edge Internet technology. PrognoCIS EMR and other products are used by hundreds of medical professionals across the United States including Alaska, Puerto Rico and the Caribbean.