Geneva Health Solutions hits critical milestones driving growth; predicts cardiac data explosion in 2019

Geneva Health Solutions (GHS), the leading cloud-based technology platform and service for managing data from implantable cardiac devices, announces triple-digit revenue growth in 2018, an indicator of the explosive growth of implantable cardiac device data expected in 2019. This year, GHS has also tripled its client base and workforce, quadrupled the number of devices being monitored through its service and increased its revenue more than ten-fold.

“Data deluge from implanted cardiac devices has hit critical mass for cardiac practices, physicians and staff, and our ability to become an extension of their team and implement an effective remote monitoring program is truly improving patient care,” said Yuri Sudhakar, CEO of Geneva Health Solutions. “Armed with actionable information every day, cardiologists can pro-actively reach out to patients with device issues and arrhythmias like atrial fibrillation and heart failure diagnostics well in advance of a significant health problem.”

Read the full announcement: Geneva Health Solutions Hits Critical Milestones Driving Growth; Predicts Cardiac Data Explosion in 2019 (BusinessWire)

 

December 12th, 2018|Categories: Client News|Tags: , , , |

TaskUs’ Jaspar Weir on the three ways to ensure coaching drives growth on your team

In today’s competitive business environment, there is a constant desire to improve professionally and personally. This has fueled the tremendous surge in the U.S. market for self-improvement, which includes audiobooks, apps and personal coaching. As reported by Harvard Business Review, more than $1 billion was spent on business and personal relationship coaches last year and the number of business coaches worldwide has increased by more than 60% since 2007. However, investing in a coach is a costly endeavor considering that top executive coaches can command fees of more than $100,000 a year.

“I am an advocate of coaching,” said TaskUs CEO Jaspar Weir. “My co-founder and I have had a business coach since the early years of TaskUs. We’ve experienced firsthand the significant impact he has had on our lives and our growing business. As a business leader, it is important to pay this insight forward by providing coaching support to our entire team from the bottom up, as well as the top down.”

Read the full article: Three Ways To Ensure Coaching Drives Growth On Your Team (Forbes)

December 11th, 2018|Categories: Client News|Tags: , , , , |

CrowdOut provides $30 million credit facility to support Personiv’s growth

Private lending syndication platform CrowdOut Capital announced last Wednesday the completion of a $30 million credit facility to Personiv. According to CrowdOut, the borrower is a business process outsourcer that employs over 2,500 employees in 3 different countries and the proceeds from the loan will be used to provide additional liquidity for future acquisitions, organic growth and recapitalize the company. This marks the second loan CrowdOut has provided to Personiv in just over a year.

“High growth companies like Personiv seek out non-bank financing solutions like ours because they need flexibility,” said Alexander Schoenbaum, CEO of CrowdOut Capital. “Our expedited due diligence and streamlined approach to underwriting loans is a unique value proposition over banks and traditional credit funds. Our 1 to 4 year term loans offer cost-savings to borrowers and strong ROI for investors.”

Read the full article: CrowdOut Provides $30 Million Credit Facility to Support Personiv’s Growth (CrowdFund Insider)

December 10th, 2018|Categories: Client News|Tags: , , , , |

Didi Hirsch’s medical director talks about holiday stressors and ways to cope

One in four people say they have taken on more than they can handle during the holidays, according to a recent survey by VitalSmarts. Most respondents (56%) said they are overwhelmed with “just keeping up” with all of the activities and expectations of the season, followed by financial concerns (50%), shopping for gifts (46%), family events (33%) and their own health (26%). And almost three in four (72%) told mental health platform Simple Habit that they feel stress during the holidays, with family and money giving them the most grief.

Dr. Donovan Wong, medical director of Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services told Moneyish that people put too much pressure on themselves to make everyone happy.

“Take care of yourself first … so you can even be capable of helping other people out,” he said. “And a lot of times that means setting a limit, and that’s fine.”

Read the full article: These are 4 of the biggest holiday stressors — and ways to cope (MarketWatch)

 

December 4th, 2018|Categories: Client News|Tags: , , , , |