This strategic move seeks to bolster emergency medical billing solutions across Southern India, by establishing a robust presence in Chennai.
US-based healthcare technology provider MedExpert, is setting up its first Global Capability Center (GCC) in Chennai, India. The amount of investment and size of operations were not disclosed.
The company offers billing services focused on emergency medical services. It aims to provide every individual with current, unbiased, and accurate information to make the most appropriate medical and health decisions.
This strategic move to foray its operations in India seeks to bolster emergency medical billing solutions across Southern India, by establishing a robust presence in Chennai. Further, this move will assist to develop and strengthen the company's revenue cycle management workflow platform for healthcare providers.
The platform processes more than four million claims annually with 800+ clients, MedExpert said, adding that it leverages advanced predictive analytics, AI and ML technologies.
Moreover, the centre has growth opportunities for frontline employees across various functions including electronic medical records, ICD-10 coding and certification, and healthcare payer relations.
Expressing thoughts, George Abatjoglou, president, MedExpert, said, “MedExpert shares the Tamil Nadu government's unwavering commitment to shaping a brighter future for healthcare. Together, we can harness unique strengths and pave the way for a healthcare landscape of unmatched excellence in India."
Established in 2000, MedExpert aims to provide every individual with current, unbiased, and accurate information to make the most appropriate medical and health decisions. The Global Capability Center being set up by MedExpert in Chennai will help strengthen their platform, leverage advanced technologies, provide growth opportunities for employees, and bolster emergency medical billing solutions.
"We are committed to leveraging technology and innovation to create a healthier, more inclusive future for all. We look forward to tapping into the immense potential offered by this dynamic state with its highly skilled workforce, exceptional infrastructure, and robust policy framework," Anil Choudhary, country head- GCC operations, MedExpert, added.
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