Simplify Healthcare ranks 15th on Crain’s Fast 50 2022

AURORA, Ill.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Simplify Healthcare, a leading provider of digital healthcare platforms for payers, TPAs ​​and ASOs, ranks 15th in “Crain’s 2022 Fast 50”. The annual Crain’s Fast 50 list features 50 of the Chicago area’s fastest growing companies, ranked by percentage of revenue growth from 2016 to 2021. The full list of winners is available at Chicagobusiness.com/fast-50. The full Fast 50 editorial will also appear in Crain’s Chicago Business print issue on June 20.

“This award is a testament to the hard work of our team over the past 5 years. Our commitment is to continuously innovate on cutting-edge digital payer transformation solutions and deliver service excellence. Payers see tremendous value in our digital platform for benefits and provider solutions that can help them dramatically improve the stakeholder experience,” said Mohammed Vaid, CEO and Chief Solutions Architect, Simplify Healthcare. “My sincere congratulations and thanks go to our customers, partners and employees.”

About Simplifying Healthcare

Simplify Healthcare is a leading provider of digital healthcare platforms for payers, TPAs ​​and ASOs. Simplify Healthcare’s digital payments platform enables payers to achieve end-to-end digital transformation of their benefit, provider and VBR journeys to improve the stakeholder experience and enable accurate and timely claims processing ; improve member retention, member growth and operational excellence.

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