MedImpact Wins 2014 eHealthcare Leadership Award of Distinction for Best Newsroom
San Diego–Nov. 21, 2014–MedImpact was among 225 healthcare organizations recognized for their outstanding websites and digital communications during the Eighteenth Annual Healthcare Internet Conference on Nov. 5. MedImpact received an award of distinction in the Best Newsroom category, a new award category for 2014. Receipt of the award highlights the website's role in achieving business objectives and recognizes the hard work that has gone into creating the interactive and dynamic MedImpact Newsroom.
A total of 114 individuals familiar with healthcare and the Internet judged the entries. Judges looked at how websites and other digital communications compared with others in their organization's classification. They also reviewed entries based on a proprietary multi-point standard of Internet excellence. Winners of the 2014 eHealthcare Leadership Awards were selected from more than 1,000 entries.
About the eHealthcare Leadership Awards
The eHealthcare Leadership Awards program was developed and first presented 15 years ago by Health Care Communications, Rye, NY. The Eighteenth Annual Healthcare Internet Conference was sponsored by Greystone.Net, an Atlanta-based strategy firm.
About MedImpact Healthcare Systems, Inc.
MedImpact Healthcare Systems, Inc. (http://www.medimpact.com), founded in 1989 and headquartered in San Diego, CA, is a PBM that combines subject matter expertise with innovative technology and services to deliver better healthcare outcomes and improve its clients' positions in the market. MedImpact provides PBM services to 50 million members of health plans, hospitals, self-funded employers and government entities in the U.S. and abroad. MedImpact's model is unique: avoiding conflict of interest by deriving revenue from effectively managing client pharmacy benefits rather than dispensing drugs. MedImpact's results are quantified through detailed peer analysis, demonstrating how the company can help its clients be market leaders rather than followers.