Olmstead Williams Communications posts banner year

Olmstead Williams Communications closes 2018 with 35 percent growth in revenue.

“Our growth correlates directly to our clients’ success, and we’re proud to play a role in driving clients’ revenue, building their brand and engaging employees,” said Tracy Williams, CEO and founder of Olmstead Williams Communications. “As we look to 2019, we see tremendous opportunities in our key market sectors of technology, healthcare and financial services despite a challenging geopolitical climate.”

Top client highlights include:

  • TaskUs, the world’s leading customer experience and business process outsourcing firm for rapidly growing companies, earned six industry awards for excellence in company culture and employee happiness. Most notable is the company’s debut on Glassdoor’s Best Places to Work list. The company also attracted a $250 million investment from Blackstone, announced a global expansion into two new countries and the creation of 2,000 new jobs.
  • CrowdOut Capital, a pioneering non-bank private lender for middle market companies, saw dramatic growth in its assets under management (AUM), increasing 8x in 2018 to reach $165 million.
  • CURE Pharmaceutical, an innovative drug delivery and development company, became the first and only pharma drug delivery company to have a DEA license for schedule 1 manufacturing to further the research and development of cannabinoid-based pharma products. The company achieved tremendous revenue growth and is preparing for an IPO in early 2019.
  • Geneva Health Solutions, created better outcomes for patients with implanted cardiac devices by providing doctors with timely and critical information from implant data. The company tripled its client base and workforce and quadrupled the number of devices being monitored through its service and grew its revenue tenfold.
  • Cloudbreak Health, a leader in telemedicine solutions, earned top recognitions including Entrepreneur Magazine’s 2018 E360, Becker’s Top Telehealth Companies to Know, Medical Marketing & Media’s Top 40 Healthcare Transformers of 2018, the 2018 MedTech Breakthrough Award for Best Videoconferencing Solution and one of Insights Success Magazine’s Most Recommended Language Service Providers of 2018.
  • CompoSecure, L.L.C. became the leader in the manufacture and design of bespoke payment cards shipping more than one million of its dual interface premium financial cards for the contactless market.
  • Saban Community Clinic, a federally-qualified health center that supports more than 114,000 visits from low-income and uninsured patients, saw record patient enrollments this year resulting from events including a one-day Back-to-School vaccine clinic where enrollment spiked 40 percent.

January 8th, 2019|Categories: OWC News|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

Healthcare leaders among Entrepreneur’s E360 2018 rankings

Among the fast-growing companies ranked in Entrepreneur’s E360 2018 rankings are Los Angeles-based Cloudbreak Health and Geneva Health Solutions.

Cloudbreak Health is a unified telemedicine platform dedicated to helping health systems and providers connect, communicate and care for their patients. Cloudbreak platform simplifies how providers care for patients, putting a full care continuum at their fingertips 24/7, removing distance and language barriers.

By combining a cloud-based platform and remote monitoring of implantable cardiac devices, Geneva Health Solutions transforms cardiac device data into actionable information to improve clinical workflow and patient care for cardiology practices across the country.

Read the full announcements:
Cloudbreak Health: Cloudbreak Health Named One of the “Best Entrepreneurial Companies in America” By Entrepreneur Magazine’s 2018 Entrepreneur360 List (BusinessWire)
Geneva Health Solutions: Geneva Health Solutions Named One of the “Best Entrepreneurial Companies in America” By Entrepreneur Magazine’s 2018 Entrepreneur360 List (BusinessWire)

 

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: , , , |

Geneva Health Solutions launches Geneva University

Geneva Health Solutions (GHS), the leading cloud-based technology platform and service for managing data from implantable cardiac devices, has formalized its internal training systems by launching Geneva University, a business unit within GHS. Geneva University will be focused on the continuous improvement of all clinical and administrative processes.

“Implantable cardiac device remote monitoring requires distinct data analytics skills to properly review arrhythmia data,” said Yuri Sudhakar, CEO of GHS. “Geneva University enriches the skillset of our cardiac device technicians, so they can achieve the highest standards in cardiac remote monitoring.”

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