Envera Health cut the ribbon on its new 27,000-square-foot headquarters Thursday in the Riverside on the James building at 1001-1101 Haxall Point, along the canal downtown. CEO Dan Neuwirth said the move to the canal allowed the company, which offers scheduling, referral and other services to health systems, to consolidate its offices into one location.
From CoStar, Owens & Minor and health care navigator and scheduler Envera Health bringing hundreds of high-paying jobs to new operations along the James River in downtown Richmond to the announcement last month that Facebook Inc. would invest $1 billion in a new data center in eastern Henrico County — “right now, Richmond is on a roll,” said Gregory H. Wingfield, fellow at the L. Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs at Virginia Commonwealth University.
“Being an entrepreneur. I enjoy the risks, energy and complete connection to value creation that is inherent in launching and leading companies. While I’ve had success in large corporations, driving entrepreneurial ventures has been far more satisfying.”
“It's a smaller company, we are family, and we do great work by making a difference in patients' lives.”
“We founded [the company] on a fundamental premise that health systems were really going to need a lot of support as they migrate from a volume-based reimbursement world to a value-based one,” Envera Health CEO Dan Neuwirth told MobiHealthNews.
A 1-year-old Richmond startup aimed at streamlining health care practices has taken two major steps forward…