Medpricer Named One of the Best Places to Work in Healthcare in 2019

May 23, 2019


Medpricer, the leading purchased services cost management solution for the healthcare industry, has been selected by Modern Healthcare as one of the 2019 Best Places to Work in Healthcare. The complete list of this year’s winners, in alphabetical order, is available here. Modern Healthcare will publish a special supplement featuring ranked lists of all the winners along with the September 30 issue.

This award program identifies and recognizes outstanding employers in the healthcare industry nationwide. Modern Healthcare partners with the Best Companies Group on the assessment process, which includes an extensive employee survey.

This distinction closely follows Medpricer’s recent announcements touting the company’s recent new customers and company growth. Employees have pointed out Medpricer’s company culture, cross-team collaboration, career growth opportunities and support from peers and leadership alike as the reasons for this honor. 

“We couldn’t have reached our 2018 revenue record or supported the tremendous growth we’ve seen in the last 18 months without the support of our entire team,” said Medpricer CEO Chris Gormley. “Happier employees drive smarter innovation and produce high quality products, both of which directly benefit our customers. We’re honored to be recognized as one of the Best Places to Work in Healthcare – Medpricer has taken a great deal of time creating an environment to support our employees the best we can.”

Medpricer will be honored at the 2019 Best Places to Work in Healthcare awards gala on Thursday, September 26, 2019 at the Renaissance Dallas. Information on the award and dinner program is available here.

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