By Thomas Heath via The Washington Post
Thomas Heath of The Washington Post sits down with Binary Fountain’s CEO, Ramu Potarazu to discuss how he has helped create a business around collecting the experience that patients have with their hospitals and doctors. He has turned it into McLean, Va.-based Binary Fountain, generating more than $6 million in revenue and employing 135.
Potarazu explains how Binary Fountain is giving patients a voice in healthcare. The company surveys patients about their health-care experiences and provides that information to doctors and hospitals.
Binary Fountain’s customers can be small practices with one physician all the way up to some of the largest hospital systems in the country, such as Providence/St. Joseph’s, based in Seattle and encompassing more than 40 hospitals.
Click here to read the article on The Washington Post website.