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XIFIN Celebrates 8th Year on Inc. 5000 List of Fastest-Growing Private Companies in America

For the eighth year, XIFIN, Inc., the financial cloud computing company revolutionizing the business of healthcare diagnostics from patient to payment, and a recognized Inc. 5000 Honor Roll company, has been named to the Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing private companies - an accomplishment achieved by only 3.5% of the companies listed on the Inc. 5000.

In its 33rd annual list, Inc. magazine provides year-over-year insight into the American economy by tracking the expansion of the fastest-growing private companies in the United States—and the entrepreneurial spirit driving them.

“Only a tiny fraction of the nation's companies have demonstrated such remarkably consistent high growth, particularly in the difficult economic environment of the past few years. This achievement truly puts XIFIN in rarefied company,” said Inc. magazine editor Eric Schurenberg.

“Being recognized for our exceptional company growth for the eighth consecutive year is quite an accomplishment that reflects our ongoing ability to deliver health economics optimization solutions that directly impact top-line growth and bottom-line performance, particularly in this challenging environment of healthcare reform,” stated Lâle White, CEO of XIFIN. “I’m very proud of our team at XIFIN, and the clients and partners that have contributed to our success.”

XIFIN’s technology solutions support some of the nation’s largest and most complex diagnostic service providers including clinical laboratories, pain management/toxicology, anatomic pathology, radiology, hospital outreach and molecular diagnostics. Built on a secure web service-based technology platform, XIFIN's core product is designed to help clients optimize billing and collection practices, automate billing workflow and reduce regulatory compliance risk. XIFIN’s technology platform also powers its laboratory information system, physician and patient portals, enterprise-class business intelligence and physician collaboration network.

Complete results of the Inc. 5000, including company profiles and an interactive database that can be sorted by industry, region and other criteria can be found on www.inc.com/5000.

About XIFIN, Inc.

XIFIN is an innovative software and services company dedicated to optimizing the economics of healthcare. The company’s cloud-based technology and business intelligence platform links healthcare stakeholders in the delivery and reimbursement of care, optimizing both business and patient outcomes and providing informed, streamlined diagnostic and business decision-making. To learn more, visit www.XIFIN.com, or follow XIFIN on Twitter at www.twitter.com/#!/xifin.

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