Thirty Companies Recognized for Achievements During 2nd Annual Health Value Awards
Portsmouth, N.H. – (April 30, 2019) – Validation Institute, an independent, objective, 3rd party organization focused on changing healthcare, hosted the second annual Health Value Awards Sunday evening at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, D.C. The ceremony recognized more than thirty companies and individuals leading innovative changes in healthcare.
RD Whitney, CEO of Validation Institute and the Master of Ceremonies for the event said “On behalf of Validation Institute and our 2019 Health Value Awards judges, it’s fair to say we were overwhelmed by the number of applications we received for this year’s award program. Tonight we celebrate all companies who have made it their mission to provide better health outcomes at lower cost.”
Health Value Award candidates complete a lengthy and rigorous application process, particularly those applying in a validated category. These companies undergo an in-depth evaluation to ensure the accuracy of their performance claims.
Winners in more than twenty different categories were announced. In addition, seven honorary awards in six categories were given out to industry leaders who were nominated by their peers.
The complete list of winners includes:
Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Enhanced Personal Health Care
Integrated Musculoskeletal Care
The Zero Card
Pittsburgh Business Group on Health
State of Montana Health Care & Benefits Division
Nabholz Construction Corporation
US HealthCenter, Inc.
AABC Birth Center Care
U.S. Preventive Medicine
Family Care Path, Inc.
The Leapfrog Group
About Validation Institute:
Validation Institute is an independent, objective, 3rd party organization on a mission to improve the quality and cost of healthcare. Based in Portsmouth, N.H., the organization is made up of a network of health benefits purchasers, health benefits advisors, and healthcare solution providers focused on delivering better health value and stronger outcomes than conventional healthcare.