Newport, R.I., Friday, October 2, 2020—CompuClaim, a technology, and consulting solutions partner that teams with healthcare delivery service organizations to revolutionize claiming processes and maximize program opportunities are pleased to announce that it has placed #1 in the small business category for “Best Places to Work” in Rhode Island by the Providence Business Newspaper (PBN).

The annual Best Places to Work program “distinguishes companies who demonstrate and are superior in workplace excellence with a focus on employee culture,” according to the publication, and is awarded in partnership between PBN and Best Companies Group.

Best Companies Group, an independent research organization, facilitates the competition’s survey process for each entrant and then analyzes the data to determine winners. Data is based on a company management report as well as an employee survey. This year’s Best Places List recognizes 66 companies, with CompuClaim being honored for Small-sized companies.

“We are honored and excited to be recognized by PBN as one of the best places to work,” says Peter Carson, CompuClaim CEO, and President. “This award is a testament to the amazing work of our leadership team and employees in creating a company culture centered around principles of collaboration, teamwork, fun, and inclusion.”

CompuClaim has made a commitment to creating an employee-first focused organization during its 26 years in business. The company is united around the building and developing an empowering, energized workplace environment made up of employees who possess a shared passion for delivering superior customer service.

Concerted focus is placed on continually finding ways to engage employees in initiatives that fall outside of day-to-day job responsibilities to support team member’s mental and physical well-being. Specific programs have been built around Health & Wellness, such as bringing the team together for an annual three-day Staff Retreat, providing half-day Fridays in the summer months, and offering a variety of ongoing personal and professional development opportunities.

“Employee engagement and empowerment are key to a successful company. At CompuClaim, we live that mission out each day,” says Michelle Pope, Chief Operations Officer. “I am extremely honored to work for a company that places its employees and clients first and places intentional focus on workplace culture, fun, and continuous learning.”

The 2020 Best Places to Work honorees rankings were revealed at the virtual event on September 30th, and has been published in the October 2 issue of Providence Business News.

To learn more about CompuClaim’s team and commitment to workplace culture, click here.