Healthcare technology firm gives back to the Tampa Bay community by participating in local service events each quarter
TAMPA, Fla., Jan. 30, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — The Tampa-based firm established Carnahan Group Cares as a reflection of on-going efforts to fulfill their purpose: Restoring healthcare’s mission by reducing the cost of compliance. The company currently participates and sponsors charitable events throughout the year to support their healthcare clients and partners; however, Carnahan Group is committing to adding at least one local service event each quarter to their calendar in 2018 to better serve the Tampa Bay area.
Their first event will occur this week, as the group plans to cook and serve meals to families staying at The Ronald McDonald House in Tampa, adjacent to Tampa General Hospital on Davis Island.
To see how you can get involved with Ronald McDonald House Tampa, visit their site: https://rmhctampabay.org/get-involved/
“We have realized that although we are working to lessen the burden of compliance for healthcare entities by allowing them to focus more time and resources on healing their communities, we can do more. We plan to better live our mission as a company by bringing our team together to be proactive in our own backyard and better the lives of those around us,” says Chris Carnahan, President of Carnahan Group.
Carnahan Group strives to revolutionize healthcare transactions by reducing the amount of time and money healthcare systems are dedicating to fulfill compliance regulations. FMVMD™ is the first technology-based compliance solution to provide dramatic savings on fair market valuation spending to healthcare organizations nationwide.
About Carnahan Group: Carnahan Group, Inc. is an ingenious healthcare technology firm that uses game-changing technology to drive compliance and cost reductions for some of the world’s largest healthcare organizations. Since 2002, Carnahan Group has served the healthcare industry by providing FMVs on physician compensation and businesses, as well as conducting Community Needs Assessments and Community Health Needs Assessments.