An Article for the FQHC Community by M Jayson Meyer, Founder and CEO of Synergy Billing 2020 was a year full of unexpected changes, challenges and loss for all of us. It almost seemed surreal as I [...]
Holly Hill, Volusia County, FL USA – It’s been a busy year at Synergy Billing, LLC, a rapidly growing company that provides billing and electronic claims processing for Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) throughout the nation. After years of planning, the company moved its headquarters to Holly Hill and on June 12th held a celebration for their first anniversary at The Fountainhead, its new corporate campus.
Jayson Meyer’s dream of creating a “Google-style” headquarters campus in Holly Hill for Synergy Billing has finally become a reality. Well, part of it, at least. The medical billing and coding company on June 3 completed its move into the new campus’ first two buildings.
HOLLY HILL — Nearly three years after announcing plans to develop a “Google-style” headquarters campus on the site of the former Holly Hill Middle School, Synergy Billing is finally set to break ground this spring. The medical billing and coding company, currently based in Daytona Beach, unveiled renderings for its planned Fountainhead at Holly Hill campus Tuesday morning at a breakfast meeting of the Holly Hill Chamber of Commerce.
DAYTONA BEACH, FL (February 23, 2017) – M. Jayson Meyer, CEO of Synergy Billing, one of the fastest growing companies in the nation, has announced several key leadership appointments. “As our company grows, I know that I need to surround myself with the best people,” said Meyer. “These appointments continue the professionalization of our leadership team as we rapidly progress through our Stage Two development. I am confident that this team is the right one to join me in this exciting journey.”
HOLLY HILL — A incentives package for one local company cleared one major hurdle by getting the full backing from city commissioners, but now comes high expectations: high-paying jobs and a long-range boost in tax revenue. Synergy Billing, a 10-year-old company that provides medical billing and coding services to community health centers nationwide, is planning to build a 25-acre headquarters campus, dubbed The Fountainhead of Holly Hill. City officials call it one of the most important economic-development projects Holly Hill has undertaken.
DAYTONA BEACH — At age 17, Jayson Meyer was sitting on top of the world. A technology whiz who dropped out of high school two years earlier, he had started a computer company that quickly grew to become a million-dollar business. By 2000, he was the subject of a flattering profile in the Wall Street Journal as well as CBS's "48 Hours" and was invited to appear on the "Oprah Winfrey Show."
Pam and Bob Tebow, parents of former NFL player-turned professional baseball player Tim Tebow, will be the keynote speakers at an event in Daytona Beach next week. The aim of the Fail Forward event at the Ocean Center, 6 to 9 p.m., Sept. 29, is to encourage people to learn from adversity and not be afraid to take risks, according to Jayson Meyer, the CEO of Synergy Billing, one of the event's organizers.
Not long ago, I thought that the word "homeless" was synonymous with "hopeless." About a year ago, I was at a convenience store and was persistently solicited by a man seeking loose change. Frustrated by the panhandling, I asked him, "If you are this persistent, why not apply these skills to getting a real job?" I'll never forget his response: "Brother, I tried but there weren't any jobs for someone like me. So, now I'm here."
DAYTONA BEACH -- First there was the plan to build a new homeless shelter on county land west of Interstate 95, then a proposal to use city land west of 95. Next came the idea to expand a shelter on North Street, and last week there was the nebulous suggestion to use county government money to run shelters in buildings somewhere in the area.