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.
To better serve growing demand for Envera Health’s Patient Authorized Data (PAD) Solutions, an innovative health data exchange model created to connect health information exchanges (HIEs) to life insurers, Envera Health is establishing a stand-alone company called Clareto. Dave Dorans, an experienced executive who has been part of several technology advances in the insurance industry, has been named CEO of Clareto.
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.
Evariant, the leading healthcare CRM data analytics platform, announced today at SHSMD Connections 2017 the launch of their new Evariant Engagement Center solution that transforms the traditional call center into a strategic patient engagement engine driving growth in patient acquisition and lifetime patient value.