XIFIN Establishes Charleston, South Carolina, Operations Center
Headquartered in San Diego, California, the new Berkeley County location will increase the company’s capacity to meet growing demand, especially as diagnostic providers continue to face challenges from the pandemic, and technology support has proven crucial to meet rising volumes and maximize reimbursement. The facility, located at 100 Benefitfocus Way, is slated to open in August 2021.
“XIFIN’s presence in Berkeley County is reflective of the area’s vibrant IT and healthcare network, including numerous colleges and technical schools, and where IT employment has grown approximately three times the national average in recent years. We’re proud to join a community that has a skilled talent pool, a thriving regional economy and a strong culture, said XIFIN Revenue Cycle Operations and Head of the Charleston Office, Vice President, Brian L. Kemp.
“XIFIN’s presence, the more than 150 new jobs and the resulting investment in the community will have a significant impact in Berkeley County and across the state. We couldn’t be more excited to welcome this great company to the Palmetto State and watch them succeed here for a very long time,” said Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt.
With over 20 years of experience helping diagnostic providers manage business and optimize revenue cycle through the company’s cloud-based RCM and laboratory information systems, XIFIN offers clients access to the information and tools needed to optimize financial visibility and operations, including understanding business trends, ensuring maximum reimbursement and improving cash flow.
“Life sciences and information technology are our region’s two fastest-growing industry sectors, with more than 700 tech companies calling greater Charleston home. We’re excited to welcome XIFIN, an innovative leader in health IT, to this community and wish them much continued success! Their selection of Berkeley County further validates that companies can find the skilled talent they need to thrive here,” said Charleston Regional Development Alliance Board Chairman John Hagerty.
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