JRS Coding School and Tabula Rasa HealthCare Celebrate New Location with Open House

Mount Pleasant, SC and Moorestown, NJ (September 22, 2017) – Tabula Rasa HealthCare’s (NASDAQ: TRHC)software development team and its web development school, JRS Coding Schoolon September 7 hosted an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony to mark the opening of the company’s new location in the Shem Creek Executive Center in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina.

“We are excited to be expanding our footprint in the Mount Pleasant-Charleston region,” said Joseph Filippoli, Chief Information Officer of Tabula Rasa HealthCare. “When TRHC acquired Jack Russell Software in 2010, we made a commitment to keep this unit in South Carolina. We’re able to recruit first-rate talent here, which is key to our ability to innovate and expand our proprietary technology. Our investment in this facility and our staff will enable TRHC to continue our unprecedented growth.”

Mount Pleasant Mayor Linda Page welcomes TRHC’s enthusiasm for the town. “Congratulations to Tabula Rasa HealthCare and JRS Coding School on their expansion in Mount Pleasant,” said Mayor Page. “We truly appreciate their commitment to Mount Pleasant, not only in expanding their operations in our wonderful town, but also in investing in and growing our local, technical talent pool.”

Mount Pleasant Town Councilman Mark Smith joined Filippoli and Chris Staubes, President of the Mount Pleasant Chamber of Commerce, for the ribbon cutting ceremony. “We applaud Tabula Rasa Healthcare and JRS Coding School as they improve the future of healthcare through innovative technology,” said Smith. “We wish them continued success and look forward to a bright future ahead.”

“I never imagined when I started Jack Russell Software a decade ago, that we would be where we are today,” said Tom Wilson, Chief Technology Innovation Officer of TRHC and Head Instructor at JRS Coding School. “It’s been a year since we opened the coding school’s doors, and I’m proud of what we’ve accomplished. Many of our graduates have taken their new skills and transitioned into rewarding new careers with local companies, as well as with TRHC.”

TRHC’s software development team occupies 10,000 square feet of space in the new building with the coding school occupying about 2,000 square feet. JRS Coding School and TRHC’s software development unit were previously housed at separate locations in Mount Pleasant.

JRS Coding School will host an Admissions Open House for prospective students on November 16 and several Coffee and Code events this fall. For more information, visit JRScode.com.

About Tabula Rasa HealthCare

Tabula Rasa HealthCare (TRHC) is a New Jersey-based family of companies that use data-driven technology to provide health-care solutions. In 2010, TRHC purchased Jack Russell Software (JRS) of Mt. Pleasant, SC, to strengthen development efforts and ensure the highest quality of software products. TRHC’s South Carolina site is now staffed with more than 30 technologists and support staff, and the team continues to grow. JRS founder Tom Wilson was named TRHC’s Chief Technology Innovation Officer and in 2016 launched JRS Coding School, a full-time, immersive “boot camp” focusing on JavaScript. TRHC’s new location at the Shem Creek Executive Center brings together its software development team and coding school under one roof for increased collaboration and networking opportunities. For more information, please visit TRHC.com.

About TRHC JRS Coding School   

JRS Coding School is a full-time, 12-week immersive program focusing on software development using JavaScript. Graduates of the program are proficient at a junior professional level, able to build full-stack web applications. Tabula Rasa HealthCare (TRHC) purchased Mount Pleasant-based Jack Russell Software (JRS) in 2010 to ensure the quality of TRHC’s software products, and JRS founder Tom Wilson was named Chief Technology Innovation Officer. Recognizing the need for skilled software developers across industries, Wilson led the initiative to establish JRS Coding School in 2016. For more information, please visit JRScode.com.