The platform, designed by healthcare finance and operations leaders, focuses on automating tasks, so teams spend less time on administrative work and more time improving patient care. Sarah Ramsey, chief executive officer, started the organization in New York but always knew she wanted to relocate. The move allows the company to expand its sales and marketing presence in the region.
“Nashville is a major healthcare hub with a growing technology sector. We are excited to bring our team here and continue to grow and hire in the community.” Ramsey says.
In its year and a half of launching, Kimedics has over 40 healthcare organizations collaborating on the platform.
For more information about Kimedics, visit www.kimedics.com.