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MedHOK Named TBTF Emerging Technology Company of the Year

MedHOK Named TBTF Emerging Technology Company Of The Year

TAMPA, Fla. – Nov. 27, 2012 – MedHOK, one of the healthcare industry’s fastest growing software companies, has been honored by the Tampa Bay Technology Forum (TBTF) with the 2012 Emerging Technology Company of the Year Award.

The award recognizes MedHOK for being a technology company that has the potential to make a significant and lasting impact on the region. Winners were announced Nov. 16, 2012 at the 9th Annual Industry Achievement Awards Gala.

“Our team is dedicated to improving care, quality and compliance for healthcare organizations in the Tampa Bay region and beyond through our innovative technologies,” said Anil Kottoor, president and CEO, MedHOK. “It is an honor to be recognized for our potential to positively impact the region, particularly in an industry that touches the lives of everyone in our community.”

MedHOK’s integrated cloud-based single platform for care management, quality and compliance helps health plans, pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) and accountable care organizations (ACOs) proactively close care gaps, comply with federal and state regulations, enhance care management and improve Star, HEDIS® and other quality scores. The organization offers fully NCQA-certified software for HEDIS®, Pay for Performance and Disease Management performance measures.

Founded in 2009, MedHOK currently has more than 23 million lives in production, making it one of the healthcare industry’s fastest-growing software companies.

Marc Ryan

Marc S. Ryan serves as MedHOK’s Chief Strategy and Compliance Officer. During his career, Marc has served a number of health plans in executive-level regulatory, compliance, business development, and operations roles. He has launched and operated plans with Medicare, Medicaid, Commercial and Exchange lines of business. Marc was the Secretary of Policy and Management and State Budget Director of Connecticut, where he oversaw all aspects of state budgeting and management. In this role, Marc created the state’s Medicaid and SCHIP managed care programs and oversaw its state employee and retiree health plans. He also created the state’s long-term care continuum program. Marc was nominated by then HHS Secretary Tommy Thompson to serve on a panel of state program experts to advise CMS on aspects of Medicare Part D implementation. He also was nominated by Florida’s Medicaid Secretary to serve on the state’s Medicaid Reform advisory panel.

Marc graduated cum laude from the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University with a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service. He received a Master of Public Administration, specializing in local government management and managed healthcare, from the University of New Haven. He was inducted into Sigma Beta Delta, a national honor society for business, management, and administration.

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