ABG Changes Name To Bridgecom As Service Offerings Continue to Grow

Apr 15, 2018 | Press Release

MIRA LOMA, California, August 15th, 2018 – ABG Communications, a premier leader in healthcare communications, recently began operating under the name Bridgecom. For over 40 years, the company has partnered with clients in the healthcare insurance, corporate and Medicare industries, to provide streamlined solutions, delivering accurate, timely information using secure, multi-modal channels.

For CEO Joel Luce, the change comes more than ten years after acquiring the company back in 2007. “We knew that eventually, the name would be changing. This has been on the horizon for a long while.”  After the company’s founder passed away in early 2018, the timing seemed right to begin operations under a name that was more in line with the current and future direction of the company.

“Our services have grown and continue to expand as our clients’ needs change. The former name just doesn’t encompass who we are anymore,” Mr. Luce stated.  “We chose the name ‘Bridgecom’ because it expresses what we do: we bridge communication and care gaps that exist between healthcare organizations and their patients and members.”

The name change comes just a few months after an exciting software update to the company’s BridgeSuite™, Internet solution.  Said Luce, “It’s exciting, as our business has completely evolved over the last few decades. We are constantly adding and improving our service offerings in response to the needs seen in the market, to give healthcare clients exactly what they need to serve their patients and members. Ultimately it’s about improving care and saving lives.”

Bridgecom has also been investing in team members, training, security and infrastructure to anticipate ongoing growth and keep our quality and service at excellent levels.

Bridgecom is a software and services company that provides healthcare organizations a powerful way to close communication and care gaps. The company’s unique blend of technology and patented processes improve patient outcomes and dramatically reduce costs. Bridgecom’s breadth and depth of expertise in Medicare/Medicaid member communication fulfillment, combined with an integrated outreach platform to help organizations standardize the (iFOBT)/FIT at-home colorectal cancer screening process, leads the industry. The platform effectively engages patient or member recipients through personalized paper and electronic notifications designed to educate and move them to action achieving compliance. For more information, visit https://www.bridgecomsolutions.com/.

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