PriceMDs Is Top Winner of Innovations in HealthcareTM ABBY Award

PriceMDs was the top Winner of the Diamond ABBY Award, selected from nine Finalist companies who presented at the ABBY Awards ceremony in Long Beach, CA.The Innovations in HealthcareTM ABBY Awards event is presented by the Adaptive Business Leaders (ABL) Organization which is widely recognized for recognizing healthcare companies that are dramatically improving healthcare.

Press Release updated: Oct 26, 2017 11:52 EDT

PriceMDs, Inc. was the top Winner at the 18th annual Innovations in HealthcareTM ABBY Awards ceremony.  PriceMDs is a SAAS healthcare technology services company which is the leader in providing cost savings solutions for self-insured healthcare plans and their beneficiaries.  The Innovations in HealthcareTM ABBY Awards event is presented by the Adaptive Business Leaders (ABL) Organization which is widely recognized for recognizing healthcare companies that are making dramatic inroads in the quest to improve health outcomes while reducing healthcare costs.  More than 50 leading healthcare companies participated in the 2017 Innovations in HealthcareTM competition.  PriceMDs was the top Winner of the Diamond ABBY Award, selected from nine Finalist  companies who presented at the ABBY Awards ceremony in Long Beach, CA.  The selection of PriceMDs as the top Diamond Abby Winner was made by a vote of the attending members who are senior executives with leading healthcare providers, payers and technology & services companies.

Dr. Marc Grossman, CEO and Co-Founder of PriceMDs, commented: “It is an honor for the Company to be recognized for its innovative, highly effective and market leading approach to reducing healthcare costs of self-insured and other health care plans.” Marc also commented: “The nine healthcare companies represented by the year’s ABBY Finalists are true innovators and industry leaders that have demonstrated the ability to significantly improve patient outcomes or reduce healthcare costs.”

“It is an honor for the Company to be recognized for its innovative, highly effective and market leading approach to reducing healthcare costs of self-insured and other health care plans.”

Dr. Marc Grossman, CEO and Co-Founder

Previous ABBY Award Winners include numerous companies that have made breakthroughs and transformative advances in medical devices, diagnostics, therapeutics, information technology, and electronic solutions, as well as organizations that have applied innovative systems and technology to providing care and coverage, decreasing the numbers of uninsured, and engaging healthcare consumers more actively in their care and health status – all with a view to reducing the cost of quality care.

Founded in 1983, the Adaptive Business Leaders Organization is California’s leading peer-based organization which provides its CEO and other C-level Members with executive leadership development and executive business coaching through its confidential peer CEO Advisory Board Round Tables, executive learning workshops, and network of CEO peers and expert resources.  ABL supports the needs of its Member CEOs by providing a place for top-level executives of publicly traded, private and not-for-profit companies to draw on the experience, knowledge and skill sets of their peers in a non-competing vertical industry personal advisory board – multi-coach approach – setting. 

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