Medicom Health Interactive Announces Record Second Quarter 2016 Results

Year to year second quarter revenue increases 100%.

Minneapolis, MN, July 27, 2016 --( Medicom Health Interactive, a trusted leader in online personal health and wellness assessments and self-care guides, announced today that Q2 2016 was another highly successful quarter with year-over-year Q2 growth of 100%.

“Medicom Health had a great start to 2016. Our relentless commitment to product development and improvement and delivering the best possible patient engagement and acquisition platform for our customers generated record second-quarter results,” said Will Sigsbee, Chief Executive Officer at Medicom Health. “We fundamentally believe that we will continue to succeed by serving our customers with the best products we can offer. Medicom Health is well down the path to new offerings in patient engagement and population health, while ensuring our current customers are getting the maximum benefit from our services. As a result, we see tremendous opportunity for growth, both today and in the future.”

“With our growth objectives aimed at being the leading web-based provider of patient engagement and acquisition tools, we’ve added team members with a wealth of experience to assist us with our rapid growth,” said Josh Fieldman, Vice President of Sales at Medicom Health. “Not only are we poised for additional growth, but also to continue helping our clients be successful and meet their patient acquisition, risk mitigation, and revenue goals."

About Medicom Health Interactive

Medicom Health Interactive is a leading developer of online health assessments, self-care planners, and engagement tools that identify at-risk patients. Our online solutions help clients, including more than 400 hospitals across more than 90 of the top U.S. health systems, meet consumer engagement, patient acquisition, risk mitigation, and revenue goals through the collection and stratification of consumer-provided data. The platform provides clients a turnkey, cost-effective way to promote their service lines, such as cardiology, oncology, and orthopedics, and connect with consumers through personalized health information and compelling calls to action. Furthermore, the analytics engine aggregates the evidence-based consumer data needed to improve revenue cycles and promote services through targeted messaging.
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