eAssist Dental Solutions Places at Number Ten for the Financial Sector on Financial Times Ranking: The America’s Fastest Growing Companies
eAssist Dental Solutions (www.dentalbilling.com) shows sizable growth during the span of time from 2015 to 2018. As such, the company has been awarded a place among others from North and South America with significant growth in revenue. Financial Times ranking places eAssist at #10 for the financial sector nationwide and #188 overall.
Dentists work hard to help their patients maintain good oral health. But not seen as often is the work dentists put in to get paid for the services they provide. When a patient’s insurance is charged for a service they receive, it can often take months for a dentist to receive payment from the insurance company. Due to denied claims dentists are constantly confronting insurance companies to make sure they and their staff are paid. The responsibility of this dental insurance billing usually rests on the shoulders of the front office. This often adds more stress to a dental office on top of patient care.
This burden placed on office staff, and the goal of delivering peace of mind to their clients, is the primary reason for eAssists existence. Helping the front office and working with the dental staff to ensure unpaid and denied claims issues get resolved, eAssist seems to be built on client satisfaction. Founded by a dentist, Dr. James Anderson, eAssist was created following Anderson and his staff having the same problems his company now helps to fix.
“We had previously searched for a third-party organization to handle dental insurance claim submissions and appeals, but no one had quite the right tools and competencies to deal with the unique business needs of the dental office. So, we quickly realized we would need to engineer a solution ourselves, and that was the start of eAssist.” Says Dr. Anderson.
Having brought this solution to so many others in need of assistance, eAssist has quickly grown to prominent success. So much so that they have been ranked #10 in the financial sector nationwide on the Financial Times Ranking: The America’s Fastest Growing Companies. Not only that, but overall eAssist reached #188 overall on this broad spanning list.
The Financial Times ranking highlights 500 businesses across the continent that possess attributes of innovation as well as creativity. Compiled by a research company known as Statista, the Financial Times list ranks entrants based in both North and South America by compound annual growth rate in revenue between 2015 and 2018. With three individual ranking sectors including technology, support and financial, the list, although not complete, covers a large number of companies that are willing to make their figures known publicly.
Each company on the list must meet the following standards:
- A revenue of at least $10,000 or equivalent currency generated in 2015
- A revenue of at least $1.5 million generated in 2018
- The company must be independent
- The growth between the years 2015 and 2018 must be primarily organic
- The company must be headquartered in one of 20 American countries
Having met this criteria, eAssist ranks highly among not only those in their own nation, but also those of South America. This is of note as eAssist is primarily based in the United States, but their growth is significant enough to rank with those outside of it. Having pursued their purpose of delivering peace of mind, the company continues to grow and help dentists receive the money they are rightfully owed.
About Financial Times
The Financial Times is an international daily newspaper that emphasizes business and economic news. Their list of The America’s Fastest Growing Companies for the year 2020 names 500 businesses from both North and South America for the highest growth in revenues between 2015 and 2018. To find out who else made the ranking and to learn more about Financial Times, click the link below.
About eAssist Dental Solutions
eAssist Dental Solutions is a business process outsourcing (BPO) company within the dental industry. The company’s end-to-end solution eases the burden on office staff, while optimizing the claims payment and appeals process. eAssist ultimately helps practices be more efficient, profitable and patient-focused.