Global Healthcare Resource's offshore facilities are located in India and Philippines.
Our Indian offices are strategically located in several cities to provide streamlined medical back office resources for our clients including billing, coding, accounts receivable and RCM. Our main contact center is located in the heart of Chennai, India’s third largest and most populous city.
Our 50,000 square foot office spans four floors and is equipped with state-of-the-art technology using the latest hardware and software systems on a highly secure network.
In 2014, Global expanded its call centers to Manila to deliver a state-of-the-art operation center that offers Provider and Payer clients an affordable, effective and flexible alternative to back office processes.
In order to ensure business continuity and disaster recovery capabilities, we partner with multiple vendors for our telecommunications structure. Global also hosts remote access servers onsite for our clients’ billing systems upon request.
Back in the United States, clients have direct access to our productivity dashboard in real-time. Globex provides instant access to project status at the click of a button. This homegrown technology allows our clients to view key information from project procurement to delivery and customer service.
Global Healthcare Resource is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. Often called the "New York of the South," Atlanta is one of the fastest growing cities in the United States. Atlanta's dominant economic sectors include information technology, logistics, professional and business services and media operations. Harstfield-Jackson International Airport is the world’s busiest airport making Atlanta a primary transportation hub.
Located on the southeast coastline of India, Chennai is the capital city of Tamil Nadu. Chennai (formerly known as Madras) is India’s third biggest and most populous metropolitan city and 36th largest urban area in the world. Chennai is also known as “Detroit of India” and is the only city in South Asia and India to rank in the “52 places to go around the world” by the New York Times. With a robust IT infrastructure, Chennai attracts a host of IT and financial companies from around the world.
Dubai is the most populous city in the United Arab Emirates and is home to the Burj Khalifa, a 2,722ft.-tall tower, dominating the skyscraper-filled skyline. Dubai is located on the southeast coast of the Persian Gulf and is one of the seven emirates that make up the country. With one of the world’s fastest growing economies, Dubai is a hub for service industries such as information technology and finance in addition to oil and trade.
The Philippines is a strategic hub for the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) with a business friendly regulatory environment. Metro Manila is the political, cultural, social, educational, financial, commercial and industrial center of the Philippines, housing nearly 25 million people within its fast growing and cosmopolitan city limits. Formerly a U.S. territory, the country was granted its sovereignty in 1946, but a strong natural affinity with our culture still lingers today.