FierceHealthcare Awards Hoy Health as one of its 2019 'Fierce 15' Companies

January 15, 2019

Hoy Health, LLC announces that it has been named by FierceHealthcare as one of the 2019 Fierce 15 companies, designating it as one of the most promising healthcare companies in the industry. This is FierceHealthcare’s first annual Fierce 15 selection, honoring companies across the U.S. that are trying to change the world by changing the healthcare industry. 

"This year's Fierce 15 winners show companies both large and small are finding new and innovative ways to tackle healthcare's most pressing challenges,” says Tina Reed, FierceHealthcare’s executive health and hospitals editor.

FierceHealthcare evaluated hundreds of companies from around the world for its Fierce 15 list, which is based on a variety of factors, such as strength of its technology, partnerships, venture backers and innovative approach to solving some of the most complex and longstanding problems in the health industry.

Hoy Health is an innovative, emerging health-tech company offering access to quality care for medically underserved patients, including affordable Rx drugs, chronic condition management programs, and telehealth/virtual care. A highly experienced team of experts and professionals designed its healthcare solutions for simplicity and ease-of-use by U.S.-domestic and international populations.

“This honor validates our ongoing efforts to meet healthcare needs and provide access to affordable care for Hispanic families and other underserved populations,” says Mario Anglada, CEO, Hoy Health, who recently presented at the 2019 StartUp Health Festival alongside the JP Morgan Healthcare Conference on January 7. “Our platforms are digitally accessible, bilingual, culturally relevant and HIPAA-compliant.”


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