Premise Health Recognized by Nashville Business Journal as a Top Private Company and Fast 50 Organization

For the seventh consecutive year, Premise Health has been named to the Nashville Business Journal’s Top Private Companies list, ranking seventh out of 100 companies. Additionally, Premise was recognized in 34th place on NBJ’s Fast 50 list. This is the second year in a row that Premise has been included on the list, which honors the 50-fastest growing private companies in Middle Tennessee based on revenue growth over the last three years.

“For two years in a row, Premise has retained its position as one of the region’s largest companies as well as one of the fastest growing. It is something special when these factors converge. To have our scale and resources, at a time when our market is expanding this quickly, makes for a very exciting time here at Premise,” shared CEO Stu Clark.

Premise earns more than $1 billion in annual recurring revenue. The direct healthcare company’s in-person onsite and nearsite access points are complimented by a broad range of virtual products, all integrated to provide an exceptional healthcare experience. This innovative access model sets Premise apart as a leader in the quickly emerging value-based care industry. As the shift toward this model accelerates, Premise continues to invest in building the clinical and digital infrastructure to support risk-based models of care. Premise is the leading direct healthcare provider, serving over 11 million eligible lives across more than 2,500 of the largest commercial and municipal employers in the U.S.

“In 30 years, I’ve never been more excited about the impact Premise is having for employers and their people across the country – our 98% client retention rate proves that success,” said Stu Clark.

To view the full Top Private Companies list, click here. Visit here to find the Fast 50 list.