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News Briefs: Quantam Health’s Makes Fastest-Growing List, Brochu Joins CGI’s Board

Accelerators

TechDiversity

 Hoy Health LLC announces that Tampa Bay Wave, an entrepreneurial hub helping tech companies advance their businesses, has officially named Hoy Health among its 2019 selection of diverse companies for its TechDiversity Accelerator program. Funded by the Nielsen Foundation, the program empowers tech entrepreneurs that are 51 percent owned or operated by a minority, woman, veteran or lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender person, or a combination thereof, to build, launch, and grow their businesses into successful ventures.

“We’re thrilled to welcome Hoy Health as one of the 11 companies to join the second cohort in the TechDiversity Accelerator Program, powered by the Nielsen Foundation,” said Linda Olson, Founder, President and CEO, Tampa Bay Wave. “Hoy Health and its innovative solution to healthcare products and services further outline just how disruptive our second cohort is in the technology space. We’re looking forward to assisting with the company’s growth throughout the program.”

Appointments

CGI

CGI is pleased to announce the appointment of Sophie Brochu as a new member of its Board of Directors. 

Sophie Brochu is President and Chief Executive Officer of Énergir, a diversified energy company, and has been active in the energy industry for 30 years.

“We are honored to have Sophie Brochu join our Board of Directors,” said Founder and Executive Chairman Serge Godin. “Her depth of expertise in the utilities industry and in leading a large publicly traded organization will significantly benefit CGI.”

Awards

Fastest-Growing

Quantum Health, the healthcare industry’s first and leading consumer navigation company, announced that it has been named the 18th fastest growing women-owned/led company by the Women Presidents’ Organization (WPO) and Capital One. The annual award, in its twelfth year, features companies from a wide variety of industries, representing aggregate revenues of nearly $6 billion. 2019 represents Quantum Health’s sixth year on the list.

Since founding the navigation services space in 1999, Quantum Health has grown steadily, with over 900 employees now serving hundreds of top employers and more than one million plan participants.

“We are honored to once again join the top 50 fastest-growing companies,” says Quantum Health Founder and CEO Kara Trott. “Our research-based, consumer-centric model, coupled with our proven track record solving tough healthcare and benefits challenges for our clients, continues to fuel our growth and success. Healthcare is complicated and costly, and we excel at simplifying and optimizing the experience for our members. By helping members understand and use their healthcare and benefits more effectively, everyone wins—including our clients and their providers, who see better engagement, utilization and significantly reduced costs, year after year.”