eCaring, Inc., a unique population health management system that generates real-time actionable health data from the home, today announced that Robert M. Herzog has been named to Axial’s Growth 100, a list of the best and brightest middle market CEOs across the industry.
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eCaring, Inc., a unique population health management system that generates real-time actionable health data from the home, today announced that Robert M. Herzog has been named to Axial’s Growth 100, a list of the best and brightest middle market CEOs across the industry. The recognition came in time to celebrate the second annual Middle Market Monday, a day that recognizes the accomplishments of CEOs and owners of U.S. middle market businesses.
"eCaring was designed to allow home care workers to quickly and easily report vital information about their patients with chronic conditions, to improve patient outcomes and deliver quality care," said Robert M. Herzog, founder and CEO of eCaring. "I am honored to be nominated for Axial’s Growth 100, as it serves as recognition of eCaring’s ability to provide people on the frontlines of care with a unique in-home system that is enhancing patient satisfaction and well-being across the continuum of care, reducing hospital use, cutting costs and generating revenues for healthcare organizations.”
“Once a year, we take time to acknowledge and celebrate the leaders who are responsible for driving the growth and innovation in the American middle market,” said Peter Lehrman, founder and CEO of Axial. “This group of CEOs should be recognized for their many important accomplishments; we are honored that they have chosen Axial’s platform to help them find the resources and capital they need to set their courses for 2016 and beyond.”
Every year, Axial, the online network connecting private companies to capital, celebrates middle market businesses on Middle Market Monday. As part of the 2016 celebration, the company compiled a list of the 100 most interesting CEOs in the middle market based on nominations from Axial’s 22,000+ member base, particularly from capital providers and advisors who partner with CEOs looking to grow or sell their businesses. Additionally, nominations were also received from chambers of commerce and other industry associations. CEOs were nominated across several categories including Innovation, Brand-building, Leadership Style, Customer Experience, Thought Leadership, Company Culture, and Growth Strategy. Find the full Growth 100 list at madeinthemiddle.axial.net and eCaring’s nomination at http://madeinthemiddle.axial.net/robert-herzog/.
eCaring, a privately held, New York-based company, is dedicated to improving populations and patient health care with its unique in-home chronic disease management system. It was built from the ground up to enable homecare workers to report a patient’s health data in real-time, to be able to immediately identify potential health issues before they require hospitalizations. eCaring is the leading technology for seniors and people with chronic conditions to capture key behavioral, clinical, and medication adherence data in the home as it occurs. The results include a more efficient allocation of resources, improved information sharing, and customizable care for individuals with serious health conditions. Among eCaring's growing list of clients and partners are Healthfirst, Metropolitan Jewish Health System, Beth Israel Medical Center, Village Care, Samsung, Verizon and others. To learn more, please visit www.ecaring.com.
Axial (www.axial.net) is the largest online network connecting professionals who run, advise, finance, and acquire private companies, with over 50 transactions closing monthly. Every week, over 200 private companies use Axial to confidentially explore and initiate a financial transaction. Headquartered in New York, Axial is backed by First Round, Redpoint Ventures and Comcast Ventures.