Lightbeam Health Solutions Completes Its HQ Move to Cypress Waters

Lightbeam said its new HQ in Cypress Waters increases its Dallas footprint by 50% and adds a wide range of new features and amenities—including open collaboration areas, standing desks for every teammate, on-site self-care stations, a "Lightbeam Lounge," and more.

Lightbeam Health Solutions, a provider of population health enablement technology and solutions, has completed its move into its new headquarters in the Cypress Waters development, in what the company calls an important milestone in its “trajectory of sustained growth, expansion, and commitment to excellence.”

Lightbeam had previously been located in Irving’s Las Colinas.

“We could not be more excited to announce Lightbeam’s new corporate headquarters in Cypress Waters,” CFO Paul Holt said in a statement. “The Cypress Waters headquarters increases Lightbeam’s Dallas footprint by 50% and adds multiple teammate-centric design elements to our office environment, making it an ideal location for Lightbeam to attract the diverse, world-class talent that powers Lightbeam’s deeply impactful technology.”

“This new location will provide the necessary infrastructure for us to continue to grow, thrive, build, and serve without limitations,” Holt added.

Lightbeam said its new HQ adds a wide range of new features and amenities, including open collaboration areas, standing desks for every teammate, on-site self-care stations, a “Lightbeam Lounge,” and more.

The company announced its HQ move last February.

With the bigger space and enhanced layout, Lightbeam said it plans to host client-partners on a regular basis, conduct in-person training sessions, and continue to foster a modern, collaborative environment.

Lightbeam said it has achieved strong growth and rapid product innovation this year, as recognized by the Financial Times list of the Americas’ Fastest-Growing Companies as well as the Inc. 5000 list of Fastest-Growing Private Companies in the U.S. The company also released the industry’s first no-cost health equity strategy in-a-box solution.

Recently, Lightbeam announced the release of Creator Studio, a fully configurable data visualization tool that it says allows organizations to harness the power of their data. The company said it continues to invest heavily in the future, serving client-partners with analytics and value-based care solutions designed for current and future alternative payment models.

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