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Central IQ is a third-generation consulting firm with a long history of team member successes.Our firm was founded as an S-corporation in January of 2006, with operations in Irvine, California; Tampa, Florida; and Albuquerque, New Mexico.
At the time, our Founder had nearly three decades of experience helping organizations in the health, education, and social-service sectors jumpstart their revenues, boost their margins, increase their earnings, enhance their competitiveness, and emerge as pre-emptive market leaders.
Central IQ’s second-generation predecessor, Mission Accomplished, began as a sole proprietorship, in Irvine, California, in 1997; was reincorporated as a C-corporation (Intelliworks, doing business as Mission Accomplished) in 1999, and was acquired in 2002 by a health-related data-standards and legal-informatics company based in Albuquerque, New Mexico (Alternative Link, doing business as ABC Coding Solutions).
Central IQ’s first-generation predecessor was founded as Reimbursement Dynamics in Southern California in the late 1980s and began doing business as HealthIQ in the early 1990s. The company was a pioneer in the fields of health economics, outcomes research, comparative-effectiveness research, reimbursement consulting, and medical-product pipeline optimization; and it built and retained a client base that included more than a dozen of the Top 25 BioPharma/Med-Tech companies worldwide.
Health IQ was acquired by Elsevier (the world-class health-industry publisher) in 1997, was sold to PAREXEL International in the early 2000s, and was acquired by two former Mission Accomplished partners in 2004.
Central IQ owns rights to the Mission Accomplished client-base, trademark, and domain name; uses tools, techniques, and talent proven effective at Mission Accomplished and Health-IQ; and has built out a robust portfolio of next generation digital assets, many described and offered on this website.
The Company’s human assets include subject-matter experts (SME) and key opinion-leaders (KOLs) in many of the world’s fastest growing and most lucrative convergence markets within the health, education, and social-service sectors.