Exponent Health Wins Best Tech For Good

Tech in Motion has named Exponent Health as Chicago’s Best Tech for Good in this year’s Timmy Awards, recognizing the top workplaces for tech professionals across North America. Exponent Health was chosen by other members of the tech industry in Chicago for utilizing tech to help tackle today’s most pressing social, global and ecological challenges, empowering their community to adapt and grow in 2022.

“Winners in the Best Tech for Good combine innovation and passion with the power of technology to try to improve their communities and the world at large,” says Lindsay Lewis, Executive Director of Marketing at Motion Recruitment, Tech in Motion’s creator. “It is a privilege to be a part of sharing those stories through the Timmy Awards and to highlight the tech that is helping overcome the world’s challenges.”

“Skyrocketing healthcare costs are a major burden on Americans. We are honored to have won Best Tech For Good (Chicago),” said CEO Karin Humphrey. “This award recognizes the passion and talent of our team to create innovative, technology-driven solutions to reduce healthcare costs.”

Exponent Health and other regional winners are contenders in the final North American round, judged by experts from across the tech field such as Justin Michela, VP of Architecture at Fidelity Investments, Kapil Agarwal, Engineering Director at Salesforce, Adam Cheyer, Co-founder of Siri & Change.org, and many more. North American winners will be announced at the Annual Timmy Awards ceremony.

As well as Best Tech for Good, the 2022 Timmys include five other categories: Best Tech Startup, Best Tech Enterprise Employer, Best Tech Work Culture, Best Tech Workplace for Diversity and Best Tech Manager.

See the full list of winners at: Timmy Awards 2022