Hiring Trends From Inside Minnesota’s VC/PE-Backed Tech Firms [part 4]

peopleBetween February [2] and June of 2016, we looked at hiring trends from inside a number of VC/PE-backed Minnesota tech firms using visual data sourced from LinkedIn.

Coming back to that roughly one year later, here are some fresh hiring trends from inside some of Minnesota’s most funded tech firms: Code42 ($137m VC), Jamf ($30m PE), Ability Network ($550m PE), RedBrickHealth ($75m VC), Leadpages ($38m VC), Zipnosis ($20m VC), When I Work ($25m VC), Bright Health ($80m).

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Ability Network’s Buying Spree Continues

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By Burl Gilard, Twin Cities Business

“Minneapolis-based health information technology company Ability Network acquired Tulsa, Oklahoma-based G4 Health Systems Inc., which makes software that improves health care billing and tracks analytics, at the end of February. The deal marked the fourth acquisition for Ability Network during the last 18 months as the company continues to grow and expand its services.”

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ABILITY Network Acquires G4 Health Systems

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“MINNEAPOLIS — ABILITY Network, a leading information technology company, announced today that it has acquired G4 Health Systems, Inc. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

G4 Health Systems is a national provider of next-generation revenue cycle management (RCM) services and health data analytics for small and mid-sized hospitals, physician offices, and post-acute providers. G4 also brings advanced API-based RCM tools that can serve ABILITY Strategic Partner customers (EMR vendors, software companies, and payers, among others). ABILITY helps providers across the healthcare continuum, offering innovative applications and data analytics, including RCM services, connections to payers, and clinical support systems.”

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Hiring Trends From Inside Minnesota’s PE-Backed Tech Ventures

peopleEarlier this month, we used LinkedIn’s new data visualization tools to capture hiring trends at some of Minnesota’s VC-backed tech ventures .  Now, let’s look inside some of Minnesota’s Private Equity-backed firms to see what headcount is like over the past 24 months.

Note that this does not include those which have moved operations/headquarters, that the company must have at least one job posted on LinkedIn, and that the the data set is limited by the number of employees accurately listed on LinkedIn.

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ABILITY Network Names New CEO Mark Pulido

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“MINNEAPOLIS — ABILITY Network, a leading healthcare information technology company, announced today that Mark Briggs is retiring from his position as Chief Executive Officer

After an extensive search, the ABILITY Board of Directors elected Mark A. Pulido as the new CEO, effective August 31. Pulido continues in his role as Chairman of the Board and first joined the ABILITY Board of Directors in 2011.”

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ABILITY Network to acquire New Jersey-based MD On-Line

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“MINNEAPOLIS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–ABILITY® Network, a market-leading healthcare technology company, announced today that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire MD On-Line, Inc. (MDOL), a trusted provider of electronic healthcare solutions. The transaction will create the most reliable and secure web-based network across the continuum of care, and will bring an unparalleled opportunity to accelerate the development and delivery of innovative products and services across its platform. “

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Minneapolis health tech firm ABILITY Network releases new SaaS

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“MINNEAPOLIS — Patients getting ready to leave the hospital are often in the dark regarding options for their post-acute care. Whether it’s a nursing home, rehab center, or home health agency, the decision process for the “transition of care” can mean anxiety and confusion.

…A new software as a service (SaaS) application from ABILITY Network helps fill the gaps in information for all concerned. ABILITY | ILLUMINATE “lights up” the care transition process to make faster, easier, more informed connections among patients, acute and post-acute providers.”

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