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Boise health tech. company expands along Boise River


VisitPay, the Boise-based technology company focused on medical billing, is expanding its headquarters.

The company, formerly known as iVinci Health, applied to remodel a 16,307 square foot office space along the Boise River. The new digs sit on a property formerly owned by St. Luke’s Health System – and originally earmarked for a failed attempt to build a stadium along the Boise River. The building is now part of the River Shore Development.

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VisitPay applied to remodel the second floor of the building at 1471 W. Shoreline Drive to build out space for up to 164 people. The permit value totals $1.67-million according to the City of Boise, one of the ten most valuable permits issued in March.

The company provides a billing system for health systems, which it says helps simplify the billing process for patients and hospitals. It lists St. Luke’s as one of its clients.

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