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March 5, 2018




Pine City Resident Receives High Honor from Nemadji Research Corporation

Overtoom is awarded 2017 STAR Award


Nemadji Research Corporation (NRC), a healthcare revenue recovery company located in Bruno, MN recently announced that Pine City resident Matt Overtoom was the 2017 recipient of its annual Special Thanks and Recognition (STAR) Award.

“I’m thrilled to be receiving this award, said Overtoom, a Senior Software Developer, “it is really meaningful to be recognized by the people you work with”.

The employee nominated STAR award is an annual recognition of individual behavior by an employee that epitomizes the embodiment of company values and NRC founder, Gene Lourey’s clarion call, “to turn our talents and efforts into as much good as we can individually and collectively.”

Matt Overtoom received multiple nominations and was selected by NRC’s executives based upon his work ethic as well as his dedication to community activities including the Boys Scouts and 4H. Overtoom has been employed with NRC for over ten years.

About NRC

Nemadji Research Corporation has been operating in Pine County Minnesota for over thirty (30) years working with healthcare providers to identify opportunities for increasing revenue.  With nearly 50 employees located in Bruno, MN, NRC uses proprietary technology and unique data analytics and has generated over $300 million in revenue from third party payers for hospitals throughout the United States.            


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