Dane Street Named to Boston Business Journal’s 2014 Pacesetter List

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Boston, MA—March 14, 2014 — Dane Street, a leading URAC-accredited provider of Peer Review and Independent Medical Examination services to the Workers’ Compensation, Disability, Pharmacy, Auto and Group Health markets, today announced that it has been named to the Boston Business Journal’s 2014 Pacesetters List of Top Fastest Growing Private Companies in Massachusetts from 2010-2013.

“The BBJ’s annual Pacesetters list is all about the entrepreneurs and companies that make Massachusetts one of the most dynamic and innovative economies in the world,” said Chris McIntosh, publisher of the Boston Business Journal. “This year’s list is our strongest and most diverse to-date and was drawn from a record number of submissions vying for recognition as one of the fastest-growing private businesses in the state.”

“It is an honor to be named to the Pacesetter’s List of the Fastest Growing Private Companies headquartered in Massachusetts,” said Dane Street CEO, Will Fulton. “As a national Peer Review and IME provider, we strive to provide a uniquely positive, high-quality experience around medical review advisory services for all of our clients. I am proud of our employees for this terrific achievement, and appreciative of all of our clients’ support.”

The Boston Business Journal will honor all of the Pacesetter companies during an April 17thbreakfast event at the Westin Copley Place in Boston.

About Dane Street

Dane Street is a Medical Review company providing Peer Reviews to the Workers’ Compensation, Disability, Pharmacy, Group Health and Auto market segments. Our nationwide panel of active-practice, board-certified health care professionals consists of more than 1,000 state-licensed individuals across more than 70 different specialities and fields of services.  Our mission is to deliver superior report quality and turnaround time via robust technology, and by people who are committed to exceeding our clients’ expectations.