Nordic is included on Comparably’s lists of the Best CEOs for Diverse Employees and Best Leadership Teams.
Nordic is the highest-rated comprehensive firm for providing Healthcare organizations their money’s worth in the KLAS report on HIT Advisory Services 2019.
The list includes hospitals, health systems, and other healthcare companies.
This marks the fifth time that Nordic has received the honor. The full rankings will be released at an awards gala on Sept. 26.
Nordic's new logo features a more modern, clean look to capture Nordic's straightforward approach to helping healthcare organizations.
Jim Costanzo will join Nordic as chief executive officer starting July 1. He will succeed current CEO Bruce Cerullo, who announced in the fall of 2018, his plan to shift roles to active chairman of the board. Costanzo comes to Nordic from Ernst & Young, where he served as both global health leader and Americas health advisory leader.
Nordic ranks No. 27 on Comparably.com’s list of the nation’s top 50 companies with the best outlook.
Malecha brings with him over 20 years of consulting experience and a decade of healthcare ERP leadership experience.
Black Book recognizes Nordic for top EHR Implementation Consulting and Epic Consulting & Advisory Services
Black Book also named Nordic a top Epic advisory services firm in 2018.
Nordic has announced plans to move its corporate headquarters to a larger office space in Madison later this year to accommodate its growth.
Nordic is the only firm in the report with a rating of 90 or higher across all categories for HIT Advisory Services, Revenue Cycle Optimization, HIT Enterprise Implementation Leadership, HIT Implementation Support and Staffing, and Partial IT Outsourcing.
Nordic and Louisiana-based Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health System are partnering on a multi-year application managed services engagement. Nordic’s Managed Services team will provide enterprise application support for 18 Epic applications.