Fallin announces 400 new jobs from MedXM expansion

Team Radio Marketing Group - April 6, 2017 10:52 am

OKLAHOMA CITY – Gov. Mary Fallin announces that Mobile Medical Examination Inc., a national leader in the design and implementation of preventive care technology and in-home health risk assessments, will be expanding into Oklahoma City to house additional support for MedXM outreach initiatives.

“MedXM’s presence in our state is a welcome addition, and helps us further diversify our economy and provide new career opportunities for Oklahomans,” said Fallin. “Oklahoma offers multiple benefits to businesses looking to relocate and expand, as our state continues to diversify its economy, create new jobs, and see growth in customer services and support operations.”

The Oklahoma City outreach center plans to provide 400 full time jobs over the course of five years. This expansion will help strengthen MedXM’s mission to provide exceptional member service and quality home health visits across the nation for the purpose of care management, education, prevention, and early detection.

“As part of our expansion plan and to better serve our national footprint, we researched and spoke to a number of different state governments. I’m happy to announce that Oklahoma, specifically Oklahoma City, was chosen as our new home,” said MedXM Chief Executive Officer Sy Zahedi. “We look forward to being part of this community by creating jobs and contributing to the state economy. I would like to thank Gov. Mary Fallin and her staff in making this a wonderful experience. We were able to check every box we needed to make this an obvious choice.”

Since 1990, MedXM has been a national leader in the design and implementation of preventive care technology and in-home health risk assessments for the purpose of care management. MedXM offers a complete network of connections between members, their health plan and providers. MedXM is focused on delivering risk adjustment and quality solutions by providing clients with fully customizable options to fulfill specific needs.


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