LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) – A new healthcare company is joining the ranks with other powerhouse companies as it makes its move to Louisville later this summer.
In an announcement from Governor Steve Beshear, iHealth Solutions will move its headquarters and corporate operations from Virginia to Meidinger Tower in downtown Louisville.
iHealth, provides technology and other services for medical records and medical billing and claims.
“iHealth is the perfect example of why we focus our business development efforts around our business clusters, as it fits into two of our areas of strength, lifelong wellness and aging care and business services,” Mayor Greg Fischer said. “In fact, more companies engaged in lifelong wellness and aging care are based in Louisville than anywhere else in the world. We know iHealth brings a needed service to our health industry and we look forward to working with them.”
The move will create 70 new jobs and expects that it will help company growth while generating new clients nationally.
According to a press release, the Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority approved iHealth for 350,000 in tax incentives through the Kentucky Business Investment program.