She tells him the good news, and then drives him to the hospital.
Conemaugh, PA (PRWEB via PR Web
Direct) June 23, 2005 -- When Colleen Migyanka, the owner of DRG Solutions,
Inc. (www.drgsolutions.net), a healthcare consulting company, spoke
to her business manager, she was not prepared for the big news. Her stock shares
of DRG Solutions, which she founded less than twelve months ago, had just been
valued at a little over $1 million.
She hung up the phone and broke the good news to her husband, who then collapsed into a chair. He began complaining of chest pains, and asked her to drive him to the hospital, which she did.
Once at Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center in nearby Johnstown, doctors rushed him into the emergency room and explained that he was having a heart attack, and because of their fast actions he narrowly avoided death.
Her husband, George, a steelworker with North American Hoganas in Holsopple, PA, was admitted and released a few days later.
Ironically, George loaned her the initial $400 to start DRG Solutions, (www.drgsolutions.net), and, along with his wife, is a shareholder in the corporation.
"Colleen works very hard for hospitals. But, a million dollars? I never thought I'd see that in my lifetime," George confessed. "We feel very blessed."
Colleen contributes her rapid success to the launch of their newest service, DRG Remote Coding Solutions, where hospitals receive larger and quicker reimbursements from insurance companies while their coders conveniently work from their homes on a secure DRG server.
Despite encouragements from his children, George will continue to work for his company making powdered metals. "Why would I quit? I love my job. I wouldn't know what to do with all the free time. When my doctors tell me it's okay, I might have a cigar to celebrate."
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Source : http://www.prweb.com/releases/2005/6/prweb254506.htm