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We are a dedicated team of passionate, curious, and creative individuals working to build the world’s ultimate healthcare cloud company.
Our global client base, spanning across 700 locations, depends on our team to help them solve the complex challenges of healthcare for their employees, providers, and patients.
Joining the hc1 Team means being part of an innovative, active community of professionals who are on a mission to disrupt the healthcare status quo. Some of the sharpest minds in technology, sales, and customer service are laser focused on personalizing the healthcare journey with some of the world’s largest healthcare organizations, including Alere, Cleveland Clinic, and Sonic Healthcare. As we continue to transform the industry, our unique culture continues to inspire and give back through paid volunteer PTO days, monthly Beer: 30 (aka happy hour), and free sessions with a personal trainer. It’s all about balance!
- Emerging Tech Company of the Year - Runner Up (2015 )
- Health Tech Award (2013 )
When we last wrote about hc1.com a year ago, the leading cloud-based healthcare relationship management software company was focused on explaining the value of healthcare CRM (customer relationship management) in a post-Affordable Care Act (ACA) healthcare marketplace. As the company that literally coined the phrase and invented the first healthcare relationship management platform, it’s a
hc1.com, inventor of the world’s leading healthcare relationship management platform, has partnered with healthcare connectivity provider ELLKAY. ELLKAY’s 25+ years of connectivity experience coupled with hc1’s platform capabilities enables health systems and labs to unify and leverage data to personalize the healthcare experience faster than ever before. Read full story here.
Chief technology officers are instrumental in helping companies, not-for-profits and government organizations advance and innovate. IBJ and TechPoint’s second annual CTO of the Year program honors the men and women who develop the technology strategies and systems that power their enterprises, serve their customers and fuel growth. Go to Full Story
The 2016-2017 Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology freshman class will see a record-breaking number of female students. Early enrollment statistics for the 2016-17 school year reveal that 172 females will make up 30.4 percent of the 565 incoming freshman students. This number tops the previous year’s then-record enrollment by 40 students. “The new record-breaking number of
South Bend-based Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) company Vennli has been named to the Red Herring Top 100 North America List, a prestigious award honoring and celebrating leading private companies from the region and their innovations. Red Herring Top 100 America selects the award winners from approximately 1,200 outstanding entrepreneurs and promising companies every year from the U.S.
“I am am always blown away by the level of collaboration that the Indy tech community gives each other,” Ryan Green said. “I’ve come to learn that the reason the tech community here is so supportive is because they’ve all had to overcome struggles together, the resources that are here are shared generously, and we
Teresa Becker, Owner, TKB Consulting, received the Rising Star Award during TechPoint’s 17th annual Mira Awards honoring the best of tech in Indiana. Early in her career, Teresa was part of both the ExactTarget Catapult program and an Orr Fellow. She has grown her sole-proprietor consulting business incredibly fast on word-of-mouth alone. Teresa is a results-driven
Search the Internet for “the Uberization of everything” and you will find dozens of articles discussing startups that follow the Uber model of customized, on-demand service. Uber is the world’s largest taxi company that owns no cars. Airbnb is the largest accommodation provider that owns no real estate. These companies are so successful because they created
The new home of the Regenstrief Institute on the near-Westside of Indianapolis was host last week to the first of three workshops dedicated to exploring Indiana’s Opportunities to Lead in Digital Health. It was a fitting site for discussing the intersection of technology and healthcare in close proximity to the Roudebush VA Medical Center, Riley
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“Shouldn’t your health be treated with the same kind of urgency and care that Amazon takes to deliver a teddy bear to your house?” That’s the simplified and poignant question hc1.com founder and CEO Brad Bostic asks at the start of his presentation about personalizing the healthcare experience. It’s the kind of question that can
Forty-eight stories above downtown Indianapolis, held at the height of Gen Con, TechPoint seized on the opportunity to draw in some of the world’s top tech talent and introduce them to the Indy tech community. TechPoint’s League of Xtraordinary Programmers (LXP) event drew more than 200 tech builders and software developers from 21 states. Salesforce,
100 companies, schools and startups, and 10 individuals selected by independent judging panels as the 2015 class of Mira Award Nominees NEW EVENT DATE: Winners will be announced during a masquerade-themed, black-tie awards ceremony and gala on Saturday, May 2, at the JW Marriott TechPoint, the voice and catalyst of Indiana’s tech ecosystem, has
Indy-based healthcare cloud-computing innovator hc1.com has been named to the Red Herring Top 100 Global list recognizing the world’s leading private companies. Past winners include Facebook, Twitter, Google, Salesforce.com, and YouTube; but hc1 has the distinction of being the only company in history to be named to the list two years in a row, as well