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Forbes Magazine Names iSirona One of America's Most Promising Companies


iSirona , the leading provider of simplified solutions for medical device integration, today announced it has been named one of America's Most Promising Companies by Forbes Magazine.


Each year, Forbes Magazine reviews thousands of applications from high-growth, private companies in order to identify companies with the greatest potential. iSirona ranks 29th on this year's list, along with companies such as Anytime Fitness and popchips. The companies are ranked based on growth, quality of management teams and investors, market size, and strategic partners.


"We're honored to have been named to Forbes Most Promising Companies list," says Dave Dyell, iSirona founder and chief executive officer. "Our strong growth is due to the success of our software solution, which helps hospitals channel patient data into the electronic medical record and allows clinicians to spend more time with their patients. We're proud that we're helping to improve patient care and safety."


Forbes bases its rankings on complex data-mining software developed by CB Insights, a Manhattan-based data research firm that monitors private, high-growth companies. The list of America's Most Promising Companies was released in the magazine's February 11, 2013 edition and can be viewed here. Forbes Magazine reaches nearly 5.5 million readers every two weeks, and attracts an average of 18 million unique visitors every month.


About iSirona

Panama City, Florida-based iSirona ( helps clinicians make more informed decisions about patients by providing an easy-to-use approach to medical device integration. Using iSirona's software solution, hospitals can connect virtually any medical device to their CIS, providing clinicians with faster access to more accurate patient information. In 2011 and 2012, iSirona was ranked #1 by KLAS for medical device integration systems. Inc. Magazine recently identified iSirona as the 82nd fastest-growing private company in America and the 5th fastest-growing health company in the country

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