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TSI Healthcare Again Recognized in "Healthcare Informatics TOP 100"

Tue, 08/24/2010 - 9:33am
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CHAPEL HILL, N.C., Aug. 24 /PRNewswire/ -- TSI Healthcare, a local and national leader in the sales and support of customized technology solutions for physician practices, was recognized for the second consecutive year in the "Healthcare Informatics TOP 100 Vendors" 2010 annual listing. TSI is ranked among the largest and most successful companies in health IT including Microsoft® (#47), Dell™ (#2), NextGen Healthcare® (#29), 3M Health® (#17) and McKesson® (#1).

The "Healthcare Informatics TOP 100" is an annual ranking of the top 100 healthcare IT product and service vendors nationwide.  The rankings are based upon the companies with the highest reported revenue and growth levels for that year.  Healthcare Informatics magazine releases the list in their June issue as well as online at www.healthcare-informatics.com. The list provides healthcare providers and vendors with valuable information and financial overviews of active industry leaders.  It is also universally regarded as one of the top resources for HIT solutions for medical practices and hospital organizations.

TSI Healthcare founder and CEO David Dickson, Jr. states, "We are thrilled to be included in the 'HCI TOP 100' list again this year.  The healthcare IT sector continues to experience exponential growth and we are proud to be mentioned alongside these other highly regarded companies."

Vice President of Professional Services, Leigh Blount adds, "Our growth and stability are a direct result of our unique combination of great products and unmatched services.  We remain committed to providing personal service and support to each of our valued clients.  We expect consistently high growth in the foreseeable future as we continue to staff our team with the most talented individuals in the industry."

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