Revenue recovery company bringing 135 jobs to downtown Chandler

Apr 3, 2019, 4:04 AM
(Revint Solutions Photo)...
(Revint Solutions Photo)
(Revint Solutions Photo)

PHOENIX – A revenue recovery and consulting company announced Tuesday it was branching out in Chandler, an expansion that will create an estimated 135 jobs in the health care finance field.

Revint Solutions, which first came to Chandler after acquiring another company last year, said in a press release it will set up a permanent regional facility in the East Valley suburb’s downtown district.

The new office will cover 18,000 square feet on the second floor of the Overstreet mixed-use development at the corner of Arizona Avenue and Chandler Boulevard.

“This area provides convenient access to ASU, Scottsdale, Tempe and Phoenix – which means we’re able to offer high-tech career opportunities to a very well-qualified local workforce,” Revint CEO Roger Davis said in the release.

“We’re glad to be here, and we look forward to serving as a part of this community for years to come.”

Revint works with more than 1,600 health care organizations to capture lost revenue and prevent future losses.

The firm has been operating in Chandler near Germann and Cooper roads at the offices of CloudMed Solutions, a company it acquired in 2018.

Revint, which is based in the Philadelphia area, expects the new location to be ready in July.

“I know their employees will enjoy being located in the heart and urban core of our city,” Mayor Kevin Hartke said in the release.

“The health care industry is a fast-growing segment with major health care providers establishing a presence here, and we look forward to building our relationship with Revint as they ramp up operations.”

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Revenue recovery company bringing 135 jobs to downtown Chandler