HiMS Recognized for its Innovative Electronic Health Records Platform
TUCSON, Ariz., – (Sept. 11, 2019) Healthcare Information Management Systems (HiMS), an Electronic Health Records (EHR) software company dedicated to creating value-based care tools for integrated health care providers, today announced it was named the “Technology Firm of the Year” by the Minority and Small Business Alliance of Southern Arizona.
“Receiving the award is a huge honor for HiMS,” said Khalid Al-Maskari, CEO of HiMS. “We believe strongly in the company we’ve built and the innovative products we’ve created. It’s extremely validating when community organizations recognize the value we’re bringing to our customers as well.”
The company was chosen for its leading EHR innovation that’s designed to help behavioral health professionals provide top-quality care through bi-weekly software updates, intuitive form building feature and user-friendly interface. Additionally, HiMS was selected for its superior employee benefits package and consistent company development.
The Minority and Small Business Alliance of Southern Arizona has been presenting awards to innovative companies for the past 27 years. Committee judges take into consideration many aspects of a business owner’s story, including business performance, growth, economic impact and the challenges and adversities that nominees have overcome on their road to success. Community involvement is also an important aspect.
HiMS and other award recipients of the Minority and Small Business Alliance awards will be celebrated at an awards dinner at Casino Del Sol Resort in Tucson, Arizona on September 26th, 2019.
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