DALLAS, November 15, 2013 – CenseoHealth is honored to be named the fifth fastest-growing privately held company by Southern Methodist University (SMU) and Dallas Business Journal's annual "Dallas 100" list. CenseoHealth is a proud community member, growing personnel at its Dallas headquarters by 350 percent since the beginning of 2012. The expanding workforce has contributed to a revenue growth that is projected to reach $120 million in 2013, 140 percent year-over-year increase from 2012.
Started by native sons, CenseoHealth was humbled and excited to join such illustrious company in the awards ceremony Thursday, November 14 at the Omni Hotel where they were presented the award.
Bales Nelson, President/Co-founder of CenseoHealth and a Fort Worth native, has seen the healthcare vendor grow from a conversation on a golf course with Texas Christian University (TCU) alum and recently retired co-founder Dr. Jack McCallum to a nationwide provider of home health assessments for 32 health plans and medical groups.
"Our dedication to driving better health outcomes has made us a successful and valued partner to America's health plans and medical groups," said Nelson. "We are thankful for this recognition, but it is not accomplished without the dedicated Dallas staff and their hard work. Our staff has made CenseoHealth a leader in the field of risk adjustment, gap care closure and medication therapy management."
Beginning with four employees in 2009, CenseoHealth employs 325 Texans, a 350 percent increase in the last 24 months.
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CenseoHealth’s mission is to facilitate meaningful connections between health plans and their members by providing tailored solutions resulting in high-quality, cost-effective health care. The Company’s suite of services is anchored by CareConsult™
, a home health consultation conducted by one of the Company’s 10,000 licensed physicians that results in improved member engagement, more accurate diagnoses, and more informed primary care providers. CenseoHealth’s additional services expand the Company’s breadth of support and subsequently assist health plans in their effort to close gaps in care and reduce medication errors.
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