Contact: Amber Ketchmark                                             

For immediate release: April 6th, 2018

Phone: 320-838-3308                                                        



NRC Announces Sixth Hospital Signing in Six Months

A continuation of aggressive growth goals for 2018 and beyond


Bruno, MN. Nemadji Research Corporation (NRC) announced today that it has signed a contract with Temple University Health System (TUHS), one of Philadelphia Pennsylvania’s leading academic medical centers, to provide backend revenue recovery services. This is the sixth hospital contract NRC has signed in the last six months continuing an aggressive growth surge for the company and extending its national reach. As a result of this growth, NRC is adding several new jobs at its headquarters in Bruno, MN thereby boosting its current $4 million annual economic impact to the region.


“As you might expect, we are thrilled to be experiencing steady growth, said John Blackshaw, CEO of NRC. “Not only does it extend our current mission of helping hospitals generate additional income from third party payers to provide more and better care. But it also allows us to further contribute to the local economies by adding more jobs and utilizing more services.”


Other contract signings include Hamilton Health Care System and Northside Hospital in Georgia, Ogden Arnot Medical Center and Erie County Medical Center in New York, as well as, Recovering Hope Treatment Center in Mora, MN.


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.  NRC is known for its competitive salaries and generous benefit program, covering an average of 87% of employee healthcare costs.



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