Despite the pressures of COVID-19 on healthcare as an industry, Curvo continues to gain market share and increase value to its customers. Curvo has retained and grown existing customer relationships while adding new customer relationships with other multi-billion dollar academic medical centers.
The company revenues have grown by nearly 1000% during the Inc. 5000 period of analysis (2016-2019), earning the company a 482 ranking on this year’s Inc. 5000 list. Curvo has seen growth both in number of customers and in average contract price, all due to the continued increases in savings that Curvo has achieved for its customer hospitals and healthcare systems.
In addition to Curvo’s full-service suite of solutions, the company continues to increase value through new tools like Lookup by Curvo and Curvo’s Data Enrichment offering. Lookup is the fastest and most powerful medical product search utility available today, and Curvo’s Data Enrichment offers healthcare systems clinical data enrichments that are led by Orthopedic Network News gold standard GIC classification that allows for case cost analysis at a construct and component level.
As evidenced by its ranking on the Inc. 5000, Curvo shows a pattern of concentrated growth and is well positioned to continue scaling through 2020 and beyond.
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Curvo is a SaaS and DaaS company with a revolutionary clinical spend management platform and valuable clinical data enrichments. The Curvo platform automates and modernizes supply chains in hospitals and healthcare systems, eliminating much of the tedious work and constantly out-of-date data that are common in traditional healthcare supply chain management.
Curvo automates the sourcing process and cleans up data so that it’s actionable, empowering supply chain teams to move quickly and negotiate effectively. Healthcare systems using Curvo have saved anywhere from hundreds of thousands to upwards of $20 million on their clinical spend thanks to the powerful insights and tools Curvo provides.
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