On-Site Clinic Provider IMWell Grows Client Base in Region

by Luke Jones  on Monday, Apr. 9, 2012 12:00 am  

Parker said that rarity is what makes IMWell so desirable.

"There are very few products on the market today that can both help manage health care costs and improve the health and productivity of workers," Parker said. "More and more companies recognize they can't depend upon the government for health reform to control costs."

The singularity of IMWell's service allowed it to thrive through the recession, bolstered by luck: None of its clients folded during the downturn.

"We did see a downturn in employment," Parker said. "That had an adverse effect on income. We were able to manage through that and grow the business through that period of time."

Parker said IMWell isn't done expanding yet, either.

"We want to double the size of the business in the next two years," he said. "We'll see further growth in Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas - those are key opportunities for us."

Doubling the company's size will take initiatives in sales, account management and implementation, Parker said.

"We'll certainly evaluate other states for large employers, in particular ones who desire an on-site presence."

 

 

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