~More than 500 employees at Convey Health Solutions’ location in Miramar continue to serve recipients of Medicare, Medicaid and commercial insurance plans~
Sunbeam Properties & Development recently announced that Convey Health Solutions, a leading provider of healthcare technology and health insurance solutions to Medicare, Medicaid and commercial health insurance companies across the United States, extended its lease for 51,863 sq. ft. of office space at 2900 N. Commerce Parkway in the Miramar Park of Commerce, the largest locally owned and managed business park in South Florida.
Convey’s office in the Miramar Park of Commerce, one of five locations in Florida, handles health insurance enrollment processing, billing, payment processing, reconciliation and other health insurance-related services. Convey, which is headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, maintains solution and distribution centers in Arizona, Florida, Illinois and the Philippines.
“We employ more than 500 individuals at our Miramar solution center and we plan to operate at full capacity for the foreseeable future. Having a high-quality site and convenient access to a skilled workforce solidified our decision to extend our lease at the Miramar Park of Commerce,” said Convey Health Solutions Executive Vice President Jonathan Starr.
From the Park, Convey currently completes more than two million interactions each year, providing health plan members with access to the healthcare services they require and managing large-scale health insurance processes for clients regionally and nationally.
“Multifaceted companies like Convey require commercial space that provides the diversity, functionality and connectivity necessary for efficiently serving their clients (health insurers) and their clients’ clients (health insurance subscribers) across geographic barriers,” said Sunbeam Properties & Development Vice President Maridee Bell. “The Miramar Park of Commerce is one of the few places in South Florida that meet and exceed these criteria.”
Convey Health Solutions was represented by Ryan Nunes of CBRE in the transaction. The Park was represented by Bell and Lauren Pace of Sunbeam Properties & Development.