With 3-year growth at 1,536%, company prepares launch of analytics technology.
Chicago, August 13, 2015 –CETA Inc. (CETA), a health information consulting and technology company, announced today its debut ranking at No. 297 on Inc. 5000, an exclusive ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies.
Founded in 2011, CETA has helped over 120 healthcare institutions make impactful changes leveraging data and health information technologies. “The future of medicine is already here, but it’s not evenly distributed. Democratizing healthcare, that’s our passion,” states Michael Fang, Founder and President, “Making the top 500 of this prestigious list is a testament to CETA’s dedication to our growing list of amazing clients who share our mission.”
Building on experience from a successful consulting business that saw growth of 1,536% in the last 3 years, CETA is launching Xtuitive, an analytics platform designed to help healthcare and life science organizations analyze data, improve performance and increase revenue.
“Other products require your data to fit into their predetermined analytic models. Xtuitive takes the opposite approach with a focus on accurate representation of your data as priority,” says Michelle Currie, Chief Data Officer, “This approach gives your data a clear voice, generating understandable and trustworthy information, and enabling confident decisions that lead to better quality of care, more efficient operations and a healthier bottom line.”
As an Inc. 500 honoree, CETA now shares a pedigree with Intuit, Oracle, Fitbit, Microsoft, Restore Health, Box, and other notable current and past honorees. CETA is also ranked #13 Top Illinois Company by Inc.
“We are delighted to be recognized by Inc. alongside some of the most innovative companies in the country,” states Joe Stecher, Vice President. “But it’s still day ONE for us,” Stecher adds, “We are just getting started.”
About CETA Inc.
CETA Inc. (www.cetagroup.com) combines premier informatics consulting services with innovative proprietary technologies to help healthcare providers and organizations achieve higher quality, cost effective services. The company draws on the real life healthcare experience of its staff, over 90% of whom are clinicians, to develop consulting services and technologies uniquely suited for the healthcare industry.
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David Teng January 6, 2016
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