CARMEL, Ind. (Nov. 2, 2017) – Clinical Architecture, a software development company focusing on health care terminology management solutions, announced today that it is expanding its headquarters in Carmel, with plans to create 40 new, high-wage jobs by 2021.
The homegrown Hoosier company is investing $4.2 million to lease, renovate and equip its new 23,500-square-foot office in the Meridian Mark I building along Carmel’s Meridian Street corridor. In March, the company moved from its 9,400-square-foot space on the building’s fourth floor to the entire fifth floor, more than doubling its office space. The new work environment fosters collaboration and innovation for the company’s growing team, which develops software to help improve the quality and usability of clinical information with the aim to impact care delivery, health care costs and overall patient outcomes.
Clinical Architecture currently employs 57 associates, including 52 at its headquarters in Indiana. The company is currently hiring software developers and clinical experts, as well as sales, marketing and product management professionals. These positions, on average, are expected to pay more than double the state average wage. Interested applicants may apply online at www.clinicalarchitecture.com/careers.
Founded in 2007, Clinical Architecture provides software solutions that allow hospitals, health systems, analytics vendors, payers, EHR providers and anyone using health care data the ability to simplify and leverage how they utilize clinical and administrative information. Through its Symedical® terminology management platform, Clinical Architecture comprehensively addresses industry gaps in information governance, interoperability, content acquisition, decision support and analytics. In addition to its headquarters in Indiana, the company also operates an international office in the United Kingdom.
The IEDC offered Clinical Architecture LLC up to $700,000 in conditional tax credits and up to $100,000 in training grants based on the company’s job creation plans. These incentives are performance based, meaning until Hoosiers are hired, the company is not eligible to claim incentives. The city of Carmel supports the project.
Clinical Architecture is the latest tech company to choose Indiana for its growth. The central Indiana region is the fifth-fastest growing community in the nation for technology-related job growth, growing at a rate of 27.9 percent. Strengthening and accelerating Hoosier innovation is an important part of Governor Holcomb’s plan to help support Indiana’s continued economic growth, ensuring Indiana plays a leading role in solving 21st century challenges.
The Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC) leads the state of Indiana’s economic development efforts, helping businesses launch, grow and locate in the state. Governed by a 15-member board chaired by Governor Eric J. Holcomb, the IEDC manages many initiatives, including performance-based tax credits, workforce training grants, innovation and entrepreneurship resources, public infrastructure assistance, and talent attraction and retention efforts. For more information about the IEDC, visit www.iedc.in.gov.