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ChartSpan Medical Technologies Locating HQ In Greenville

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ChartSpan will locate its headquarters in the NEXT Innovation Center at 411 University Ridge in Greenville. ChartSpan will locate its headquarters in the NEXT Innovation Center at 411 University Ridge in Greenville.
ChartSpan Medical Technologies - a healthcare data company - will establish its new headquarters in Greenville.

The company has developed a tool that allows users to upload, store and manage their electronic healthcare records on a smartphone, tablet or computer.

ChartSpan will hire 11 employees immediately with plans to fill as many as 30 high-tech positions over the next 18 to 24 months.

Positions to be filled immediately include software developers, software engineers, sales and marketing staff. You can learn more about those openings and apply online by clicking here.

ChartSpan will locate its headquarters in the NEXT Innovation Center at 411 University Ridge in Greenville. 

The company will release its consumer product in February. The app will be available through iTunes and Google Play app store. 

"It essentially allows you to manage all your health care records on your smart phone," Co-Founder and CEO Jon-Michial Carter told 7 On Your Side.

Carter came from Texas to The Iron Yard Accelerator in the Upstate. It's a business incubator that encourages entrepreneurship and helps to launch new companies.

Eric Dodds of The Iron Yard says of the 10 companies that participated in the digital health accelerator last year, about half set up shop in the Upstate.

"It's almost like a parent seeing their kid go on to great success," explained Dodds.

"We'd be crazy to leave because we have a great network here, a ton of support and we're proud to be able to launch the company here," Carter said.

Tony Smith, Project Manager with the Greenville Area Development Corporation, says it's that partnership that helps them keep these kinds of companies in a growing field.

"Bioscience is critical for the area," Smith said. "You're seeing a lot of partners taking place, so bioscience is going to grow here in Greenville over the years."


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