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AGS Health: Betting On Women

Of the total head count of 4,500 employees in India, women comprise over 45 per cent of it. Such deep diversity is significant as it creates a unique environment where varied ideas, rich experiences, and fresh perspectives get generated round the clock

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For Chennai-based AGS Health, an analytics driven, technology enabled revenue cycle management firm established in 2011 that provides medical billing, medical coding and business analytics services to healthcare providers across the US, gender diversity is of key importance. Its blue-chip clients include hospital corporations, physician groups, academic medical centres, billing companies, revenue cycle management companies, coding companies and providers of other healthcare services.

Of the total head count of 4,500 employees in India, women comprise over 45 per cent of it. Such deep diversity is significant as it creates a unique environment where varied ideas, rich experiences, and fresh perspectives get generated round the clock. In addition, it facilitates a heady mix of keen ambition, focus on high performance and a drive to be better, faster and smarter. After all, women not only have a right to be in senior positions when their performance merits it but they bring important perspectives, positively impacting productivity and revenue. Currently, about over 85 per cent of AGS’s employees are in their mid- to late-twenties.

“Our people practices are designed to help our employees learn quickly and succeed in a fast paced growth environment,” says Devendra Saharia, CEO at AGS Health.

“Our business is highly dependent on our people, their passion and their performance. Developing and consistently enhancing our human capital is therefore vital to the continued success of our business,” he adds.

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