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PointClear Solutions Moves Headquarters to Atlanta, Georgia

A healthcare software development firm, PointClear Solutions, will relocate its corporate headquarters to Atlanta, Georgia, where the company plans to create up to 200 jobs to support its focus on leading edge healthcare software design and development.

PointClear designs and develops customized and intuitive healthcare technologies for hospitals, health systems and physician practices by partnering with health IT vendors investing in innovation. The company projects it will accelerate the growth it has experienced over the past 3 years by adding 100 and 200 technology employees to its Atlanta staff over the next three years. With a nationwide customer base, PointClear also aims to expand offices outside the Southeast in the coming years.

“We made the decision to move our corporate headquarters to Atlanta due to the large footprint of health IT companies and the breadth of academic and technology resources it offers,” said David Karabinos, CEO of PointClear. “We look forward to further adding to the city’s strong résumé in the health IT industry through our user-centric approach to software design and development.”

“We are truly excited that PointClear Solutions has chosen Atlanta for its corporate headquarters,” said David Hartnett, Vice President of Bioscience and Health IT Development, Metro Atlanta Chamber. “The company’s presence here is a huge asset for our booming health IT sector and their decision is another example of how Atlanta has become the right landing spot for health IT companies who are on a strong growth trajectory and need the right ecosystem to tap into in order to expand and accelerate. This move brings new jobs to our region and adds new strength to one of Georgia’s most important industries.”

“Healthcare IT is an industry that has grown in global importance even as Georgia has become a dominant presence in that sector,” said Nathan Deal, governor of Georgia. “Our technology infrastructure, accessibility and deep talent pool continue to attract the business of top-flight HIT companies such as PointClear Solutions.”

“This announcement is another example of an IT company locating its headquarters in Dunwoody and Metro Atlanta for better access to the high quality workforce that drives its business,” said Michael Starling, Director of Economic Development for the City of Dunwoody. “We appreciate the continued support from the Georgia Department of Economic Development and the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce in strengthening our city’s economy.”

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