Charleston, SC, July 10, 2019 — Verge Health, the healthcare industry’s leading governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) company, was recognized by IFAH for their list of Top 50 Healthcare Companies. Verge accepted the award on June 19, 2019 at the IFAH conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.

IFAH (International Forum for Advancements in Healthcare) is dedicated to the mission of improving healthcare by facilitating an open dialogue between the different industry stakeholders. They strive to bring like-minded people together on a common platform to work on improving healthcare.

Verge Health was selected by IFAH for their list of Top 50 Healthcare Companies on criteria including Industry Impact, Spirit of Innovation, Future Readiness, Market Demand and Overall Reach.

“We appreciate and value this recognition from our peers. Verge, through the Converge Platform, aligns patient and employee safety, compliance, and practitioner management to help organizations reach their high reliability goals. This proactive systems approach is being acknowledged by this recognition from IFAH,” says Mark Crockett, CEO of Verge Health.

Verge Health empowers more than 900 healthcare organizations to proactively protect and defend patients, caregivers and organizations against errors, adverse events and policy violation in order to achieve optimal quality and safety results.

 

About Verge Health

Founded in 2001, Verge Health is a healthcare Governance, Risk, and Compliance company offering software and services. Verge Health enables healthcare organizations to proactively protect and defend patients, caregivers, and frontline staff, against errors, adverse events, and policy violations. With over 900 facilities and 500,000 active users, the company’s Converge Platform delivers robust analytics, a comprehensive operational solution, and support for organizations working towards high reliability. Learn more at:  https://www.vergehealth.com.

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