BUFFALO, N.Y., Oct. 15, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- CTG Health Solutions, a leading healthcare information technology (IT) consulting firm and a business unit of CTG (NASDAQ: CTGX), an IT solutions and services company, announced today that it placed tenth on Modern Healthcare's annual ranking of the largest healthcare management consulting firms, jumping three spots from last year's survey. The list was published in the September 3, 2012 issue of Modern Healthcare, which ranked 80 firms in this sector by 2011 provider revenue. "Our organization's strong ranking in Modern Healthcare's list reflects the continued growth and success in healthcare IT and business consulting that have solidified CTG as an established industry leader," said James R. Boldt, CTG chairman and chief executive officer. "We are proud to be named among the most successful companies in the competitive healthcare IT industry and look forward to continued growth and superior performance. In total, our healthcare business which supports organizations in the provider, payer, and life sciences markets now represents about one-third of CTG's revenue and remains the major focus of our growth efforts." Modern Healthcare's ranking evaluated consulting firms against a variety of metrics for 2011, including the total number of overall contracts, provider contracts, revenue, and provider revenue. "CTG Health Solutions' success in serving our clients is highlighted by our notable improvements this year in both the Modern Healthcare and Healthcare Informatics 100 rankings," said Ted Reynolds, vice president of CTG Health Solutions. "Our move up the lists of the leading healthcare consulting firms is the result of the continued support of our growing customer base, our ability to help clients use IT to achieve quantifiable benefits, and a tribute to the hard work, dedication, and commitment of CTG's outstanding employees." CTG Health Solutions offers technology and business consulting services and tools that enable health providers and payers to address system implementation and optimization, quality improvement, spiraling costs, regulatory requirements, operational efficiency, effective care delivery, patient satisfaction, and member service.