Kunal and Parul Jain founders of PracticeForces, a leading provider of medical billing and revenue management services, were awarded the prestigious 2018 ‘USF Fast 56’ award on April 27, 2018. The award ceremony was held at the Marshall Student Centre at USF Tampa. The award was accepted by PracticeForces co-founders Kunal Jain and Parul Garg.
USF Fast 56 recognizes the fastest growing businesses owned or operated by alumni of the University of South Florida. The nominated companies are ranked by percentage of cumulative annual growth in revenue for the most recent three fiscal years.
PracticeForces offers medical billing, coding, and BPO services through their robust cloud-based EMR platform to physicians and hospitals in all the 50 states in the U.S. Their turnaround time and expertise in revenue cycle management comes with over 15 years of experience and various certifications. Parul Garg is a certified coder from AAAPC, and Kunal Jain attended the executive program in Global Healthcare Innovation from Harvard.
Today Practiceforces employees 300 billers and coders in India and over 25 employees locally at their Clearwater headquarters. They are a premium vendor for implementation, training, and support for Eclinicalworks and Advancedmd EMR in the region. Over the last decade, the Practiceforces MIPS consulting team has saved millions of dollars for various medical groups in Medicare incentives like MIPS, Macra, and PQRS.
“It is indeed an honor to receive the prestigious 2018 USF Fast 56. It is a recognition of the hard work and dedication of every member of the Practice Forces team”, said Kunal Jain. “The USF Fast 56 is a great platform for the USF alumni to give back to the University and create the next generation of entrepreneurs, which is something that I am really passionate about.”
Apart from being the leading man at Practice Forces, Kunal Jain is also the founding member of the TIE Tampa Bay Angel Fund, a multi-million-dollar fund dedicated to investing and mentoring startup businesses.