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Fi-Med Recipient Of Master Mettle Award

Posted by Lisa Velasquez in Business Awards, Fi-Med News, In the Press, Industry Updates

The MMAC/COSBE Future 50  program was created nearly 30 years ago as an event to recognize the outstanding achievement of local, fast-growing entrepreneurs. Members of the Fi-Med team celebrated along side other winners at the awards luncheon held September 17, 2009 at the Hilton Milwaukee City. Fi-Med was awarded the “Master Mettle Award”, an honor reserved exclusively for three time winners.  You can read all about it here. All 50 winners were asked to share their key strategies for surving the economic turndown, those interviews can be found by clicking this link.

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Fi-Med co-founder wins Small Business Times’ Bravo! Entrepreneur Award

Posted by Lisa Velasquez in Business Awards, Fi-Med News, In the Press

MILWAUKEE, WI – The Small Business Times, a Milwaukee-based business publication serving southeastern Wisconsin, has announced that Adrian Velasquez is a winner of the Bravo! Entrepreneur Awards. The award celebrates the achievements of some of the Milwaukee area’s most innovative company leaders who also are helping the economic growth of the region and making a difference in the community.

Adrian joins an impressive field of winners in the Wisconsin business commmunity. Awards were presented May 3 at the Wisconsin Business & Technology Expo. The Small Business Times also profiled Adrian’s achievements and the success of Fi-Med.

Fi-Med featured in Small Business Times

Posted by Lisa Velasquez in Fi-Med News, In the Press

“Independent physicians and medical laboratories often struggle to collect payments because of complexities in the billing process. Insurance companies require different formats and amounts of information from doctors …”

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