Halfpenny Technologies Selected for 2012 Philadelphia 100 List of Fastest Growing Companies
Halfpenny Technologies, Inc. today announced that it has been named one of the 100 fastest growing companies in the Philadelphia region.
The Philadelphia 100 is a merit-based program and only companies that are among the fastest growing, privately-held companies are awarded the Philadelphia 100 designation. The integrity of the process and the resulting list makes the Philadelphia 100 one of the most coveted awards in the region. Started in 1988 by The Entrepreneurs' Forum of Greater Philadelphia, The Philadelphia Business Journal and the Wharton Small Business Development Center, the Philadelphia 100 has recognized some of the region's finest companies when they were just beginning to emerge.
Tim Kowalski, Halfpenny's CEO, commented, “We are thrilled to be included in this select group of companies. The company's success is directly attributable to the strong commitment of our staff and our ability to provide value for our clients in the rapidly evolving health care IT marketplace.”
Founded by Charles Halfpenny in 2000, Halfpenny Technologies is a leading provider of healthcare connectivity and integration solutions designed to facilitate interoperability between physician EHRs and hospitals, laboratories, health plans and other ancillary service providers. The Halfpenny team has an extensive history of working together to help clients achieve their clinical data integration goals. In fact, several members of the management team and staff have been collaborating in the areas of connectivity and clinical systems integration for more than 12 years.
About Halfpenny Technologies
Halfpenny Technologies, Inc. provides clinical laboratories, hospitals, health plans, health information exchanges and EHR vendors with a cloud-based, secure, scalable, vendor-neutral clinical data exchange platform. Our proven track record of providing advanced features, rapid implementation, reliable technology infrastructure and LOINC mapping enables laboratories and hospitals to win new clients and better compete in the HITECH era; health plans to improve HEDIS reporting and STAR ratings, increase revenue and support population-based initiatives; and EHR vendors to include CPOE and results delivery in their solutions and meet Meaningful Use certification requirements.
To learn more about Halfpenny Technologies visit the web site: www.halfpenny.com.
Brian Muck, 610-277-9100