If measuring the strength of a company all comes down to the value of its services, then One Call Medical (OCM) is one strong company. Since 1993, OCM has been providing a highly valuable MRI/CT/EMG scheduling service to payors, diagnostic imaging centers, and patients nationally. Its network of providers ensures access to the highest quality tests at the lowest possible cost. OCM operates out of its headquarters in New Jersey, as well as additional integrated call centers in Georgia and California. Today, OCM currently schedules about 2% of all MRIs performed throughout the US. 

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For more than 10 years, American Imaging Management (AIM) has established an impressive track record while becoming the leading diagnostic imaging management company. Thanks to an unwavering commitment to innovation, clinical excellence, service, and value measurement, the company’s solutions have consistently adapted to the rapidly changing world of diagnostic imaging and outpatient healthcare services. 

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As the healthcare industry prepares for potentially dramatic but almost entirely unknown changes under the Obama administration, the Visiting Nurses Associations of America (VNAA) group is gearing up. Its mission is to represent the interests of more than 700 nonprofit VNAs across the country that make up a small but important percentage of home care in the country.

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Surgery can be painful, but Greater Houston Anesthesiology (GHA) has found ways to make it a little less so for both patients and the provider clients it works with. GHA was formed in 1996 after a merger of six well-established anesthesiology groups with decades of experience in the Houston market. Today, its employees provide anesthesia services in 32 facilities around the Houston metro area.

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At Schumacher Group, technology plays a large role in the business of providing emergency medical staffing and management services for hospitals. However, the company makes sure it doesn’t neglect personal interactions when it comes to dealing with its clients, according to Founder and CEO William “Kip” Schumacher, MD.

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The team at Medical Connections is working to close their first acquisition: that of the company’s partner, TruStaff. Joe Azzata, founder and CEO of Medical Connections, said this is the first of many acquisitions that will expand this specialty staffing company into travel nursing and other staffing sectors.

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At MedPro Staffing, flexibility doesn’t only apply to the company’s traveling professionals: it’s a vital component of the company’s business model. At a time when people prefer Facebook over face-to-face interaction and the demand for healthcare professionals is high, this national travel and contract staffing company is staying one step ahead of the ever-changing industry. 

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Too often, the portrayal of pharmaceutical companies summons images of the mustache-twisting landlord. But in reality, pharmaceutical companies are responsible for the life-extending vaccines and remedies people in modern countries take for granted. Since 2000, the growth drivers for Wyeth Pharmaceuticals have included biotech, vaccines, and infant nutritionals.

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