TRIUNE HEALTH GROUP RECEIVES MBE CERTIFICATION FROM NMSDC
CHICAGO’S PREMEIR HEALTHCARE COMPANY HAS ALSO RECEIVED CRAIN’S ‘BEST PLACES TO WORK’ AWARD RECENTLY
Chicago, IL, USA - June 15, 2017: Chicago Minority Supplier Development Council, Inc. (ChicagoMSDC) has announced that TRIUNE Health Group is now officially a certified (Minority Business Enterprise), MBE. Gena Perez, the Certification Specialist at the council confirmed this certification and congratulated the owners and co-founders, President and CEO Mr. Christopher J. Yep and Vice President Mary Anne Yep on being awarded this recognition.
“We are grateful to the National Minority Supplier Development Council [NMSDC] for awarding us with this Minority Business Enterprise [MBE] Certification.” Said Mr. Christopher J. Yep, the CEO and President of TRIUNE Health Group. “It is indeed a great achievement for us and a reward for the services of our team for the past two decades.” He added, “We live in a great country, one that offers so many opportunities to all who are willing to work and serve others. Our Mission of People Helping People, is what we strive to do in each of our daily interactions.”
TRIUNE Health Group began its journey of helping people in 1990 as Disability Management Network. Since then, the company has built itself with a vision of being a network of professionals, working together to meet customer needs. In addition, the group has also received several recognitions including an award from Crain's Chicago Business Magazine recently. The feedback received by TRIUNE Health Group from its clients and patients has been phenomenal.
Several injured workers have shared inspiring stories as testimonials that are available on TRIUNE’s website. From short term disability to greater challenges, the group has helped an overwhelming number of injured workers at both regional and national levels. Moreover, the company offers a wide range of services to its clients including medical case management, vocational rehabilitation, utilization review and early intervention.
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