Alliance Family of Companies is having another tremendous year, according to CEO Justin Magnuson. Alliance ranked No. 177 overall, 16th for Top Health Companies, and 11th for Top Texas Companies on the 2016 Inc. 5000 List.
Alliance experienced a whopping 2,073% increase in revenue over a three-year period, reporting $28.1 million in revenue in 2015, which helped the company earn its Inc. ranking. Revenue for the first half of 2016 is already up by 110% over the same period last year, and is expected to exceed $60 million for the year, CEO Justin Magnuson said.
“In 2016, we have been much more strategic about launching into new markets. Our business development team has allowed us to move at a much faster pace. We also remain optimistic about growth opportunities in the future, as we expand our sleep and neurodiagnostic platform across the continental United States,” he said. Alliance is recognized as one of the fastest growing companies in healthcare, and the largest provider of neurological and sleep diagnostic services in the country.
The company will also continue “to invest heavily in cloud-based technologies that will revolutionize the delivery of neurodiagnostic services, not only in the home, but will also make these services more accessible around the world,” Magnuson added.
About Alliance Family of Companies
Alliance Neurodiagnostics is the largest provider of in-home video monitored EEG in the country. We offer diagnostic testing with an emphasis on innovating the delivery of healthcare services that enables doctors to create treatment plans and improve our patients’ quality of life. We work with more than 500 physicians to serve patients in 35 states, providing comprehensive reporting for routine and ambulatory EEG services and monitoring patients and exam quality, 24 hours a day 365 days a year. Our services are supported by a cloud-based platform that allows physicians and neurologists to access and review patient data from anywhere in the world. We also operate sleep diagnostic testing facilities nationwide to assist in identifying and treating suspected sleep disorders.