MADISON, Wis. – Nordic has moved up to No. 59 on the 2017 Healthcare Informatics 100, the annual list which compiles the nation’s healthcare IT companies with the highest revenue in the previous fiscal year. This is Nordic’s highest ranking on the list after checking in at No. 67 in 2016. It also marks the fourth year in a row that Nordic has been included on the HCI 100. The full list is being released incrementally this week.
“As many of our client partners move past implementation of their EHRs,” Executive Vice President of Strategic Services Matt Schaefer said, “we’re helping them evolve their systems and improve physician efficiency to allow more facetime with patients. At the same time, we’re also helping these organizations improve their fee-for-service metrics and add value-based reimbursement capabilities.”
Nordic has seen sustained growth as its business lines continue to develop to meet the needs of clients. While many organizations have been live on Epic for years, Nordic is helping organizations get the most from their systems. This includes EHR assessments with recommendations for both targeted and comprehensive optimization initiatives. In addition, Nordic works with organizations planning for a system-wide refresh, providing the experience to ensure that an upgrade not only delivers the latest functionality but also takes advantage of the opportunity to improve efficiency.
Nordic has also seen increased demand for its remote support offerings as organizations look to retain talent, predict costs, and keep end users happy. As a result, Nordic has expanded its Managed Services division. Meanwhile, Nordic continues to be the industry’s go-to firm for affiliate projects including mergers and acquisitions, rolling out to owned sites, and Community Connect.