Signify Health to create 200 jobs at new regional hub in Oklahoma City


Signify Health, a Dallas-based home care business that went public earlier this year, plans to open a service center in Oklahoma City next year that will create 200 jobs.

The company said on Wednesday it was actively recruiting for 50 positions to open the 25,000 square foot office in February. From posts are site manager, service desk analyst, technology liaison and member engagement training coordinator.

Founded in 2017, Signify Health leverages an online platform, analytics and a network of independent contracted physicians, nurses and social workers across the country to move healthcare from acute care settings to patients’ homes. The Uber-modeled healthcare company makes money when it generates positive patient outcomes.

Signify Health provided care to 1.5 million people in 2020, working with health insurers, governments, employers, healthcare systems and physician groups including Humana, Optum, Aetna, Oak Street, Ascension and Oscar. It also serves 47 Medicare Advantage health plans.

“The millions of people we are privileged to serve each year want to do more in their homes and around their health, and those who join us will be essential in helping them do so,” said David Pierre, director of the operation of Signify Health. in a report.

Signify Health has been recognized as one of the Fast business most innovative companies of 2021, with the publication citing an initiative launched in Philadelphia with Independence Blue Cross to identify at-risk seniors and perform preventive check-ups.

The company shares its headquarters between Norwalk, Connecticut, where a number of its executives are based, and Dallas, where about half of its 2,100 employees work and live. The company’s revenue totaled $ 592 million this year through September 30, an increase of 42% from the same nine-month period in 2020.

Signify health raised $ 649 million when it went public in February. This gave the company a valuation of $ 7 billion.


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