New Jobs and New Building for MediRevv


IEDA Awards $150,000 in Support of Project

MediRevv, a healthcare revenue cycle management company, is announcing plans to construct a second facility in Coralville and add 80 new full-time jobs.  Both the city and state have pledged support to this project, including $150,000 awarded by the Iowa Economic Development Authority.

“I have to acknowledge the dedication and drive of our entire team for the growth of MediRevv,” said Christopher Klitgaard, president of MediRevv. “We have chosen to grow here because of the talented and highly educated workforce, and we’re eager to share our plans in the very near future.”

MediRevv broke ground on their first facility, a $2.4 million, 18,000 square foot building, in March 2012.  The second building will create a campus environment for MediRevv and will be located next door to 2600 University Parkway, in the University of Iowa Research Park. 

The company anticipates the project will be larger than their first facility and estimates an approximate taxable value of $3.2 million.

“We are excited to see such rapid growth from a valued community member,” said Ellen Habel, Assistant City Administrator for Coralville.  “MediRevv provides tremendous career opportunities for our community and our region, and we look forward to working with them on this new project.”

MediRevv continues to be recognized for their strong work environment by local, state and regional publications, according to Mark Nolte, ICAD Group President.  “MediRevv remains one of our region’s fastest growing companies, and it is a testament to the corporate culture they’ve created,” said Nolte.  “The City of Coralville, the State of Iowa, and ICAD Group are eager to see this project to fruition and we congratulate Chris and his team on their success.” 

The company will provide updates on this project and will accept job applications at