Health Tech Company Plans 125 Jobs in Carmel

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Green Circle Health was a 2015 semi-finalist in the Mayo Clinic’s THINK BIG Challenge. Green Circle Health was a 2015 semi-finalist in the Mayo Clinic’s THINK BIG Challenge.

Florida-based Green Circle Health is planning to expand and launch a customer services center in Carmel. The company provides health care management and wellness platforms and says it will add 125 jobs over the next five years as part of a $1 million investment.

The announcement marks a big growth spurt for Simple Healthcare LLC, which does business as Green Circle Health. The four-year-old business currently employs 25 throughout the U.S. Workers at the new center will provide remote health care and coaching services for customers nationwide. Open positions currently include chief medical officer, data analytic consultant, consulting physician, nutritionist, wellness coach and nurse.

Chief Executive Officer Dinesh Sheth says "it is essential in today's modern, technologically-driven society that employees have greater control over their medical information and the best available support to become responsible consumers of health services. To expand our business operations into Indiana is a powerful step for us in increasing customer relations and bringing jobs to local communities. Carmel and the state of Indiana have a thriving ecosystem to support information and medical technology-driven companies like Green Circle Health."

Simply Healthcare has been offered an incentive package from the Indiana Economic Development Corp. that includes up to $1,000,000 in conditional tax credits and up to $131,250 in training grants. The IEDC says the company will start in a 1,000 square-foot Carmel office and expand its footprint in the city as it grows.

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