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CareEnroll Expands Fishers-LaPorte, Indiana, Operations

CareEnroll, a company focusing on assisting patients enroll in health care plans and maintain coverage, plans to expand its LaPorte headquarters and satellite office in Fishers, Indiana. The company plans to employ nearly 200 associates by the end of 2021.

The company will invest more than $3 million to renovate and update its 14,400-square-foot headquarters at 1900 W. Severs Road in LaPorte, investing in building enhancements and new equipment and software. The new renovations will foster a collaborative work environment for the company’s growing team, which includes an expanded break room with canteen-style food and beverage options; a mother’s room; privacy nooks and a 4,400-square-foot call center. In addition, the company’s renovated headquarters will provide additional space for professional development training, including workstations to accommodate CareEnroll’s growing team.

CareEnroll, which has already hired more than 80 full-time associates since its founding, is currently hiring for customer service representatives and auditors for its locations in LaPorte and Fishers.

“I believe the values of CareEnroll, accountability, excellence, stewardship, are the values of Hoosiers, and we continually nurture these values in our employees so that both they and the business can grow with integrity," said Phil Wood, Founder & CEO of CareEnroll. "As a third-generation Indiana business owner, it’s important to me that CareEnroll calls Indiana home.”

The IEDC offered CareEnroll up to $1.5 million in conditional tax credits and up to $100,000 in training grants based on the company’s plan to create up to 197 new jobs in Indiana. These incentives are performance-based, meaning that until Hoosiers are hired, the company is not eligible to claim incentives. LaPorte County also offered workforce development training assistance to the company. In addition, the city of Fishers supports this project.

"Indiana's nationally-recognized business climate and skilled workforce continue to create a winning solution for companies like CareEnroll," said Elaine Bedel, President of the Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC). "Our success stories make it clear that Indiana has the tools and resources businesses need to start and grow. We're open for business and we look forward to witnessing CareEnroll's Hoosier success story unfold."

“We are quite proud of having initiated an innovative new job training program at the county level that we are collaborating on with IEDC to create these new jobs,” said LaPorte County Council President Randy Novak.

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