He started coding for his startup in high school. Now the business aims to save hospitals hundreds of millions.

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Keith Moody started writing the code for his startup while still in high school, and landed the first customer while earning his degree at Ohio State University.

RevQuest Inc. has grown to 30 employees and is on track this year to recover more than $450 million for hospitals and health systems by correcting billing errors, said Moody, the CEO. The New Albany startup has taken on no outside capital, growing entirely on revenue from its finder’s fees on paid claims.

Moody started developing the software in 2014, based largely on conversations with his father, Robin Moody, an IT services consultant to health systems, who described the billing problem. They also enlisted as an adviser Joel Goldman, who since the 1970s wrote software that makes electronic healthcare billing possible.

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Written by Carrie Ghose.

Originally published February 18, 2022.

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