RazorMetrics is a Finalist for 2023 Fierce Healthcare Innovation Awards

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Each year, Fierce Healthcare brings together an expert panel of judges to name those companies that stand above the rest. The judges review hundreds of award nominations, looking for companies that demonstrate innovative solutions with the greatest potential to save money, engage patients, or revolutionize the industry. In the first round, the judges narrowed the field to their top four in the Clinical Information Management category, and RazorMetrics made the cut! 

“Fierce Healthcare is a leader in healthcare journalism, and we are thrilled to be a finalist for the esteemed Fierce Healthcare Innovation Awards,” said Tom Dorsett, CEO of RazorMetrics, an Austin-based healthcare technology company. RazorMetrics uses AI and a unique, physician-driven approach that effectively lowers drug costs for health plans, large employers, and patients. 

The winners will be chosen based on the nominee’s effectiveness, technical innovation, competitive advantage, financial impact, and true innovation. The Innovation Report will announce the winners on Wednesday, November 29, with feature spotlights and interviews of all category winners. 

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