Archives for 2014
Doctors Administrative Solutions (DAS) is pleased to announce that it has been ranked on the Tampa Bay Business Journal’s Fast 50 list for a fifth consecutive year, the only comp...
Mallory Tai Taylor, Director of Strategic Initiatives, has been honored by the Tampa Bay Technology Forum Industry Achievement Awards as the winner in the Young Professional of the Year category (30 years old or younger). Way to go, Mallory!
DAS has been named the Technology Company of the Year by the Tampa Bay Technology Forum Industry Achievement Awards, which recognizes an established technology company that has been in business five or more years, has achieved industry success and made a positive impact on the region. Congratulations to the entire DAS team!
For the third consecutive year, DAS was recognized on the 2014 Inc. 500|5000 annual exclusive list of America’s fastest-growing private companies with a three year sales growth of 288%. DAS ranked #1488, making it one of the top 100 fastest growing companies hailing from Florida, and the 19th fastest growing company in the Tampa Bay metro area.
DAS was named to the Gulf Coast 500, the Business Observer’s annual ranking by revenue of the region’s top 500 companies from Tampa to Naples. This marks our first year on the list!
DAS was once again honored among the fastest growing privately held companies in the region by the Tampa Bay Business Journal Fast 50 list, making us the only company to achieve this honor FIVE years in a row since 2010, a testament to the dedication of our team and the partnership of our clients.
DAS was recognized as a finalist among the 50 Best Places to Work in the Bay area, by the Tampa Bay Business Journal. Thank you to our employees – who make the work fun!
- 1. ACOs may affect physician employment patterns, JAMA study finds
- 2. OIG: CMS paid out $434M in improper premium assistance payments
- 3. Opioid prescriptions aren’t decreasing, study finds
- 4. ACOs using medical home physicians save money, yield higher quality, report finds
- 5. Uninsured rate stays stable in 2018