September 14, 2014
TekPartners

TekPartners & MedPartners HIM

TekPartners

TekPartners & MedPartners HIM

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TekPartners & MedPartners HIM

We Are Not Just a Staffing Company — We Are People Helping People.

| 7/24/2014

TekPartners.com

MedPartnersHIM.com

Coral Springs • Tampa • Orlando

#4 Midsized Company

TekPartners and MedPartners HIM, the P2P family of companies, is proud to have been named as one of Florida's Best Companies To Work For 2014. This year marks our fourth consecutive year of achieving this honor. We believe that this is the result of our employees' ability to live the P2P core purpose and values. Our core values drive us to always be the best, understand the sense of urgency our clients and job seekers have each day, make a positive contribution to those we serve, have the courage to excel and to never ever give up.

We opened our doors in 2002 with the motto of "People Helping People." This is a foundation for our companies. Through our belief in this motto, we have consistently excelled over the years. We have three locations serving Florida, in Coral Springs, Tampa and Orlando, as well as offices in Washington, DC, Chicago, IL, and Charlotte, NC.

TekPartners is recognized as one of the Fastest Growing Technology firms in the country. We provide our clients with information technology workforce solutions in the areas of business intelligence, application development, data warehousing, database administration, web development, network infrastructure, ERP, business analysis, project management and technical support. Offering strategic, flexible and cost-effective workforce solutions customized to each specific client's needs is our number one priority.

MedPartners HIM is a leading provider of health information management, clinical documentation improvement, DRG validation, oncology data management, case management and health IT consulting services. We believe in providing our staff with continued education endorsed by AHIMA, HIMSS, NCRA and NAACCR. MedPartners HIM understands the importance of providing certified, credentialed and experienced professionals to our healthcare client organizations.

We take pride in our partnership business model and continue to give back to the community that our clients and candidates call home. We take special interest in organizations such as CFC International, Wounded Warrior Project, Community Tampa Bay, Feeding South Florida, Toys for Tots, Junior Achievement of South Florida, Office Depot Foundation, American Diabetes Association Tour de Cure, United Way, Deliver the Dream, Special Olympics, Jim Moran's Youth Automotive Training Center and many more. We will always be people helping people and look forward to continuing to power organizations with proven talent to achieve their missions.

"From the start, our company philosophy has always been to Recruit the Best and Retain the Best. Our employees are our most important asset. We show this by insuring that we offer our associates the best personal and professional experience alongside the best compensation, training, work culture and overall experience."

— Harris Katz Co-Founder and CEO

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