Adva-Net Lands Second Consecutive Ranking on Inc. 500 List of Fastest Growing Private Companies in America
Monday, August 27, 2018 | 287 | 0
LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL, August 27, 2018 – Adva-Net is pleased to announce it has once again been recognized by Inc. 500 as a high-growth company. In addition to its top 500 position overall, Adva-Net is ranked as number 30 in the Health Sector.
This year’s ranking marks the second consecutive year Adva-Net has been recognized by Inc. 500. Adva-Net was ranked No. 1 in the Health Sector in 2017 and No. 13 overall in their businesses for their Inc. 500 debut.
Inc. Magazine releases its compilation of the fastest growing private companies during August each year, basing rankings on the most recent three years of business growth combined with other factors. This year, Adva-Net repeated its strong showing, recording growth of 1,307 percent over the preceding three years. The Florida-based company is the nation’s premier Pain Management, Post-Acute Care, and Addiction Recovery Network for workers’ compensation.
Dr. Kenneth Hannigan, Adva-Net CEO, said, “Making the Inc. 500 list even once is quite an accomplishment. To be in the top 500 companies in consecutive years is very difficult and represents a tremendous achievement. This recognition is a testament to the fantastic team at Adva-Net.’”
The companies listed on the 2018 Inc. 5000 roster generated more than $206 billion in revenue, marking aggregate growth of 158 percent since 2014. The list is a collection of some of today’s most innovative companies in health care, business services, technology, manufacturing, consumer products, retail and other critical growth areas.
Headquartered in Lakewood Ranch, FL, Adva-Net (www.adva-net.com) is the nation's leading ancillary network for high-acuity workers' compensation claims, providing services for comprehensive pain management, post-acute care management, and addiction recovery. Adva-Net's clinically-driven, network solution is designed to reduce medical costs and ensure appropriate utilization throughout the continuum of care, while at the same time, lessening the administrative burden of claims organizations and medical providers.