MicroHealth is selected as one of the Washington Business Journal’s Fastest Growing Companies

By Trinity Cyrus | Sep 10, 2020

Vienna, Virginia – September 10, 2020 – MicroHealth LLC is selected as one of the Washington Business Journal’s Fastest 75 Growing Companies. This list is comprised of businesses in the Washington DC tri-state area that have some of the most revenue growth.

Stay tuned to find out how high MicroHealth placed on the prestigious Fast 75 list!

About MicroHealth

During their time together in the United States Army, MicroHealth Founders Dr. Frank Tucker (Major Ret.) and Claude Hines (Colonel Ret.) helped introduce electronic health records to the battlefield during the Iraq War. Claude’s contracting expertise and IT program management knowledge combined with Frank’s Physician’s Assistant background and experience with medical systems helped to improve Military Health IT. Later as acquisition program managers for the Department of Defense, they discovered that their greatest frustrations came from the inability of IT vendors to understand technology in a clinical environment, which had a detrimental effect on the usability of these systems. MicroHealth was founded to address this issue, and it started with a vision – to put the “Health” back into Health IT. We leverage our cadre of professionals, many of whom are former healthcare practitioners, to support our customers in overcoming today’s Health IT challenges.

With nearly a decade of experience delivering innovative health-information management and technology solutions, MicroHealth is rooted in empowering our customers with the right information based on accurate data to facilitate informed decision-making, which leads to improved project outcomes. At MicroHealth, our people are our most important asset and our dedicated and knowledgeable staff is keenly focused on delivering unparalleled value that exceeds customer expectations.


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