Wentzville health care processing facility to close
9 monthes ago - By The Seattle Times
WENTZVILLE, Mo. - A large suburban St. Louis employer - one of a handful of major Affordable Care Act processing facilities - is closing. The Post-Dispatch reports that Serco, a British-based company with U.S. headquarters in Northern Virginia, runs the processing facility in Wentzville. Three years ago, it employed as many as 1,500. The...
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