Posted by jaymepobre748 April - 11 - 2015 ADD COMMENTS

Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) April 09, 2015

Robert McMichael, CEO, President, and founder of Connexion Point, a tech-enabled healthcare services company, has just been named to Ernst and Young’s EY Entrepreneur Of The Year, Utah Region, finalist list. Selected by a panel of independent judges, this awards program recognizes entrepreneurs who demonstrate excellence and extraordinary success in innovation and financial performance, as well as personal commitment to their businesses and communities.

“The Connexion Point team is honored to be named an EY Entrepreneur Of The Year finalist. This award carries an immence level of prestige. It is a recognition of the team’s efforts: a validation of our vision, of our belief that we could create something truly industry-disrupting, of our willingness not just to think outside the box – but to throw the box away, of the late nights… it’s a real validation of what we’ve spent the last five years building,” states McMichael.

The EY Entrepreneur Of The Year honorees are selected for their creation of market-leading businesses, as well as for their ability to take excellence to new heights, to transform the face of industry, to create jobs, and to contribute to the vibrancy of communities.

Connexion Point provides tech-enabled healthcare services, specializing in contact center services for Medicare and Medicaid. They connect data, analytics, technology, education, consumer care, and communications into a unified, comprehensive, and responsive, whole. Connexion Point delivers highly effective consumer interactions, responsive in-house technology solutions, industry-disrupting data analytics, and superior outcomes.

“We help consumers understand their healthcare options and make informed choices,” states McMichael. “We are driven to build solutions that connect the health care industry to consumers, and consumers to their healthcare. Healthcare is complicated. We help make it simpler.”

Connexion Point has experienced 4,000% growth since 2010, and its clients include three of the top 10 health care providers in the nation. They are on the 2014 Inc 500 list of the fastest growing private companies in the United States: 1st fastest growing in Utah, 12th fastest growing in Healthcare, 86th fastest growing in the nation. They are also named to Utah Business Magazine’s 2014 top ten fastest growing companies, public or private, in the state.

Connexion Point attributes its exponential growth to factors that clearly set it apart from others servicing the Health Care markets. Connexion Point provides cutting edge in-house R & D technology solutions, identifies and develops partnerships and alliances with industry-leading companies, and has the ability to forge strategic directions beyond what others see in the marketplace.

Connexion Point is a privately held Utah based company employing more than 1,000 people, with offices and multiple contact centers in Utah and Texas.

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Posted by gildenshelton565 April - 17 - 2012 1 COMMENT

Question by ION-CONSTITUTION: How big is Choice Point? How many companies have they bought? Does it smell like Monopoly?
ChoicePoint is an Alpharetta, Georgia-based company that sells information in three markets–insurance, business and government, and marketing. According to a recent quarterly statement filed at the Security and Exchange Commission, ChoicePoint sells: “claims history data, motor vehicle records, police records, credit information and modeling services…employment background screenings and drug testing administration services, public record searches, vital record services, credential verification, due diligence information, Uniform Commercial Code searches and filings, DNA identification services, authentication services and people and shareholder locator information searches…print fulfillment, teleservices, database and campaign management services…”

ChoicePoint has managed to attain a large share of the commercial data broker (CDB) market with strategic purchases of other businesses. Since its spinoff from Equifax in 1997, ChoicePoint has acquired a number of information collection and processing companies. These include:

National Data Retrieval, Inc., a provider of public records information; List Source, Inc., d/b/a Kramer Lead Marketing Group, a marketing company in the life and health insurance and financial services markets; Mortgage Asset Research Institute, Inc., a mortgage fraud monitoring company; Identico Systems, LLC, a customer identity verification company; Templar Corporation; insuranceDecisions, Inc., an insurance industry claims administration company; Bridger Systems, Inc., a USA PATRIOT Act compliance company; CITI NETWORK, Inc. d/b/a Applicant Screening and Processing, a tenant screening company; TML Information Services, Inc., a provider of motor vehicle reports; Drug Free, Inc., a drug testing company; National Drug Testing, Inc., a drug testing company; Application Profiles, Inc., a background check company; Informus Corporation; a company enabling ChoicePoint to offer products online; Tyler-McLennon, Inc., a background screening company; ChoicePoint Direct Inc., formerly known as Customer Development Corporation, a database marketing company; EquiSearch Services, Inc.; DATEQ Information Network, Inc., an insurance underwriting services company; Washington Document Service, Inc., a court record retrieval service; DataTracks Technology, Inc., a public record information company; DataMart, Inc., a database software company; Statewide Data Services, Inc; NSA Resources, Inc., a drug testing company; DBT Online, Inc., a public record services provider; RRS Police Records Management, Inc., a provider of police reports and related services; VIS’N Service Corporation; Cat Data Group, LLC; Drug Free Consortium, a drug testing company; BTi Employee Screening Services, Inc., an employee pre-screening services company; ABI Consulting Inc., a drug screening company; Insurity Solutions, Inc., an insurance rating company; National Medical Review Offices, Inc.; Bode Technology Group, Inc., a DNA identification company; Marketing Information & Technology, Inc., a direct marketing company; Pinkerton’s, Inc., a preemployment screening company; Total eData Corporation, an e-mail database company; L&S Report Service, Inc., a provider of police records; Resident Data, Inc., a residential screening services provider; Vital Chek Network, Inc., a provider of vital records; Accident Report Services, Inc., a provider of police records; Programming Resources Company, insurance software company; Professional Test Administrators, Inc., a drug testing company; CDB Infotek, a seller of public records; Medical Information Network, LLC, an online physician verification service; and, an online provider of criminal records data.

Best answer:

Answer by Alex B. Ph.D.
Where is the monopoly breakers and anti trust legislation when you need it?

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