October 21, 2020
Thursday, September 8, 2016
Expansion of health technology company will create 100 jobs
PANAMA CITY, Fla., – Jellyfish Health LLC announced it will expand its Panama City operations and create 100 jobs. The majority of the new jobs will be focused on software development at an average wage that is more than 200 percent of the current average in Bay County, Florida.
“Let’s face it, waiting sucks! And what’s worse, it’s totally avoidable,” stated Dave Dyell, President and CEO of Jellyfish Health.
He added, “Jellyfish Health is all about making life easier for patients and the people who take care of them. We bring that same philosophy to the workplace by giving employees an opportunity to explore their passion along with competitive pay and a flexible work schedule. We are pleased to also announce that we’ve received a significant grant to offer these benefits to even more employees and make a bigger impact on the local economy.”
The new positions will work to develop mobile technology solutions that make healthcare more convenient for patients, physicians and care staff, technology Jellyfish is fast becoming known for in the healthcare industry. Most notably, this includes the company’s suite of products that dramatically reduce wait times for patients and give healthcare facilities insight into where staff and other resources are needed to speed up patient throughput—including for walk-in facilities that don’t know which patients will be walking through their doors next.
Crystal Sircy, executive vice president and COO of Enterprise Florida, Inc. said, “Congratulations to Jellyfish Health on their recent growth. This is a great example of the strengths Florida has in both the IT and healthcare industries. Innovative companies like Jellyfish Health are demonstrating the ways in which companies are leading their industries and growing across the state.”