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The NW’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies: Which Startups Made Inc.’s Annual List

August 17, 2016

GeekWire, Monica Nickelsburg

It was also a good year for health-focused companies. Portland-based HealthSparq, a healthcare software company, is No. 6 in the Northwest (No. 196 overall). See the complete list of NW companies who made the Inc 5000.



5 Healthcare Predictions for 2017

January 19, 2017

Electronic Health Reporter, Guest post by Torben Nielsen

Significant policy changes are inevitably on the horizon for health care in 2017. Though the question marks about what is next for our industry seem endless, Americans are wondering how health care costs will change, and if their insurance carrier will continue to provide them with the coverage they need. Read more…


Patients Send Postcards From the Edge to #WhatTheHealthCare

December 28, 2016

Internet Health Management, Mark Brogan

A digital healthcare development company earlier this month put up a social media outlet to let patients tell the world their horror stories and views about dealing with the U.S. healthcare system. And thus far patients are actively sharing their rants, comments and reviews online—with gusto. Read more…


HealthSparq Seeks ‘Idiotic’ Stories with #WhatTheHealthCare Campaign

December 9, 2016

MedCity News, Andis Robeznieks

Everybody in the world has an “idiotic healthcare story,” according to HealthSparq, and the provider of online healthcare shopping tools is collecting them on Twitter and Facebook as part of its #WhatTheHealthCare campaign. Read more…


The Top 10 Fastest-Growing Companies in Portland

December 5, 2016

Inc. 5000, Guadalupe Gonzales

Don’t be fooled Portland may be a beautiful city where the New York Times said Millennials go to retire, but plenty of Portlanders work very very hard. This year 46 Inc. 5000 companies call it home. See the top 10…


2015 Revenues From 17 Inc. 5,000 Digital Health Companies

August 23, 2016

Mobihealth News, Jonah Comstock

Every year, Inc. Magazine talks thousands of private companies into divulging their otherwise closely held financial data to the publication in exchange for a chance at placing on the annual Inc 5,000 and Inc 500 fastest growing private companies in America lists. See the digital health companies who made this year’s list...


Health Catalyst, Welltok, CynergisTek garner spots on Inc.’s 5,000 Fastest Growing Companies List

August 18, 2016

Healthcare IT News, Bernie Monegain

Health IT companies on the magazine’s annual roster specialize in a variety of products and services from analytics and cognitive computing to security management. Read more…


The NW’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies: Which Startups Made Inc.’s Annual List

August 17, 2016

GeekWire, Monica Nickelsburg

It was also a good year for health-focused companies. Portland-based HealthSparq, a healthcare software company, is No. 6 in the Northwest (No. 196 overall). See the complete list of NW companies who made the Inc 5000.


3 Ways to Help People Take Control of Their Health Care Decisions

July 8, 2016

Portland Business Journal, Scott Decker

From The New York Times, to health insurers, to employers and health care IT companies, a common question keeps nagging at the industry: How do we improve patient adoption of health technology that can improve care and save people money? Read more…


HealthSparq Named Portland Business Journal’s Fourth Fastest-Growing Private Company in Oregon

June 17, 2016

Portland Business Journal, Andy Giegerich and Brandon Sawyer

Nearly 1,000 business leaders converged on the Oregon Convention Center Thursday night for the beach-themed, and thus suitably festive, Oregon Fastest-Growing Companies event, hosted by the Portland Business Journal. HealthSparq ranked fourth with a 534.4% revenue growth between 2013-2015. See the top 100 list here…


If I Knew Then…

June 7, 2016

Crain’s Portland, Robert K. Elder

In this ongoing series, we ask executives, entrepreneurs and business leaders about mistakes that have shaped their business philosophy. Read the thoughts of Scott Decker, HealthSparq CEO…