SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 04, 2017 — Grand Rounds, Inc., the leader in matching employers and employees to high-quality health care, was named “Fastest Growing Company” in the annual Top 50 in Digital Health list. This is the third consecutive year that Grand Rounds has been recognized in the Top 50 in Digital Health. Grand Rounds provides an employer-based platform that delivers improved outcomes for employees and their families. It does this through an end-to-end solution that connects employees with care informed by the latest and best practices.
“The challenge we are solving is how to identify the highest quality physicians for every condition, everywhere in the U.S.,” said Owen Tripp, CEO of Grand Rounds. “We match employees with the most clinically appropriate physician to ensure they are on the right care path from the very beginning. Our growth is due to our progressive employer partners, who are committed to providing high-quality care for their employees.”
The Top 50 in Digital Health, hosted by Rock Health, Fenwick & West, Goldman Sachs and Square 1 Bank, recognizes fifty of the leading entrepreneurs, investors, technologists, reporters, and providers dedicated to bringing technological advancements to health care. Within the Top 50, a number of individuals and organizations are awarded through nominations from the digital health community for making exceptional progress in driving innovation toward a massively better health care system.
Rock Health previously named Grand Rounds the “Best Place to Work” in 2017 and recognized CEO Owen Tripp as “Most Beloved CEO” in 2016. In 2017, Grand Rounds expanded its footprint to the east coast by opening its third office in Maine. The company is a proud partner to over 100 leading employers and thousands of premier providers.
About Grand Rounds
Grand Rounds’ vision is to create a path to great health and health care, for everyone, everywhere. Recently named Fastest Growing Company by Rock Health, Grand Rounds helps restore individual health and quality of life, and offers employers lower health care spend and higher employee productivity. For more information, please visit www.grandrounds.com.