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Updated Jun 23, 2014
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Applications Specialist Interview

Applications Specialist

Interviewed at Meditech

Interview Details – One phone interview, one in person interview. There were three people interviewing me at the interview. I had to give a presentation that combined IT and Healthcare but I could pick the topic.


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Applications Specialist Interview

Applications Specialist
Framingham, MA

I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Meditech.

Interview Details – Phone interview and then one in person interview process

Interview Question – What is your best quality   Answer Question


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Applications Specialist Interview

Applications Specialist
Norwood, MA

I applied online and the process took 4 weeks - interviewed at Meditech in August 2010.

Interview Details – The first interview was a one on one interview with the recruiting (not actually human resources) group. Being right out of college, they asked me mostly behavioral questions and a little about the company. This was a pretty basic and straightforward interview. If you research the company a bit and ready to answer some of the basic interview questions, you should be fine on this one.

The next interview was to present to a group that I would be working with. I had to prepare a 15 minute presentation with the group that I would ultimately be working with. This was a presentation on any healthcare-related topic. 15 minutes isn't too long, so if you run through the interview a few times until you've got it at home, again, you should be good here.

Then you need to answer some behavioral questions again. They may talk to you about what you'd be doing a bit, show some positiveness to this. Be prepared again to answer the basic questions..'tell us about a difficult situation when...', 'where would you like to be in 5 years'.

The groups can vary in how 'intense' they are. Once you end up sitting down and working with the people, they are a lot more easy-going than how they made you feel about them in the interview.


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Difficult Interview

Applications Specialist Interview

Applications Specialist

I applied online and interviewed at Meditech.

Interview Details – IQ test consisting of riddles, math test, writing sample, and finally a presentation in front of 4-5 people

Interview Question – Why do you want to work here?   Answer Question

Negotiation Details – No negotiation.


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Neutral Experience

Average Interview

Applications Specialist Interview

Applications Specialist

I applied online and the process took 3 months - interviewed at Meditech.

Interview Details – The interview process involves three steps. First a short, initial interview to discuss your background and why you are interested. Then, if recruiting approves, an interview with the manager of a prospective group for management to decide if you're a good fit. Third, a meeting with a member of upper management for the final interview before they hire you.

Interview Question – Why do you think you would be a good fit for the company?   Answer Question


Accepted Offer

Positive Experience

Average Interview

Applications Specialist Interview

Applications Specialist

I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Meditech.

Interview Details – Initial communication from recruiter was easy to setup interviews with, though you may find there are several weeks you will have to wait to get one. First interview with the recruiting team was a basic interview, if you are offered a second one expect to do a presentation for the hiring manager and team.

Interview Question – Did not expect to have to do an presentation, however if well prepared it shouldn't be to bad.   Answer Question

Negotiation Details – Very little if any negotiating


Accepted Offer

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Difficult Interview

Senior Development Programmer Interview

Senior Development Programmer
Framingham, MA

I applied through other source and the process took 3+ weeks - interviewed at Meditech.

Interview Details – There will be an initial interview to determine where you best fit, then a second interview with managers and supervisors from that group.

Interview Question – Pretty much the standard questions you expect at an interview.   Answer Question

Negotiation Details – I was given an offer and I accepted.


Accepted Offer

Positive Experience

Difficult Interview

Programmer/Analyst Interview

Programmer/Analyst
Atlanta, GA

I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Meditech in October 2010.

Interview Details – FOR ATLANTA ONLY:
It was a long interview process and they took a long time to give feedback or to tell you your next step. I did two interviews, and was scheduled a third before they decided to hire me, and it took weeks for them to respond to me and then weeks in between interviews and contact so when you apply it can take over a month for them to decide to hire you or not. For programmers they will have you talk to each department director regardless of the exact position you are applying for (service programmers will talk to development director and vice versa), and you will talk with various supervisors in each department. They are pretty much your typical interviews, and they will test your programming knowledge with some riddle-logic type questions. You will also take some tests. They will give you some informational documents laying down some basics of our programming language and then test you on that information to see if you can grasp the concepts. In my two interviews I spent probably about 10 hours in their building talking to different people and taking tests. Although I only had an associates degree and zero relevant work experience so maybe they were just being thorough with me.

Interview Question – You will get riddle-like questions.   View Answer

Negotiation Details – I was just happy to have a full time programming job, I didn't care what was on the offer letter, I straight up accepted. I did no negotiating, and I knew with my limited education and experience I'd be bottom of the barrel offer anyway.


Accepted Offer

Neutral Experience

Difficult Interview

Software Developer Interview

Software Developer
Atlanta, GA

I applied through college or university and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Meditech.

Interview Details – There was an initial phone interview. Followed by an on-site programming test in their proprietary language (3 parts to the test). The final round interview was on-site, and consisted of 4 consecutive short interviews with different supervisors. Received a call with an offer, and then followed by an offer letter. Relatively long hiring and interview process.

Interview Question – Tell me about a time you made a mistake and how you fixed it.   Answer Question


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Accepted Offer

Positive Experience

Average Interview

Applications Specialist Interview

Applications Specialist
Westwood, MA

I applied through an employee referral and the process took 6 weeks - interviewed at Meditech in August 2013.

Interview Details – Obtained a referral from a friend who worked at the company and submitted my application and resume through this friend. Initially I received an email after a few days saying they regretted to inform me that they wouldn't be hiring, but then they called me later that day saying the email was sent in error and they wanted me to come in. The rep from the recruiting department scheduled an interview three weeks in the future. The initial interview was fine, except they really harped on my college transcripts. I had been out of college for two years and already had another job at the time. It was four people at some managerial level. I was asked to prepare a ten minute presentation on any medical topic. It was mostly just to get a feel for my presentation skills and not about the content of the presentation so much. The interview lasted about 3 hours and at the end of it they had me fill out a few forms about background checks, reference verification, etc. I also had to write an essay about why I would be a good fit for the position, based on the detailed description of the position that they had given me during the interview. I got a call back a week later saying that the people I had interviewed with had decided to go in another direction but they wanted me to come back to interview with a different team. The second interview was two weeks later. It was with one regional manager and one person of unknown executive status who arrived late, stayed about ten minutes, then left to go to another meeting. This interview lasted about two hours. It was basically a repeat of the first interview. I did the same presentation and answered pretty much all the same questions. After this interview I felt pretty good, and I got a call the following week from recruiting offering me the position.

Interview Question – I had a withdrawal on my college transcript from a class that didn't matter to my degree during my senior year, and they asked me if this was an indication of an unwillingness to give effort to things that didn't strike me as particularly important. I understand the validity of the question but I just didn't expect them to give such close scrutiny to my college transcripts.   Answer Question

Negotiation Details – No salary negotiation. They offered 40,800 and I could take it or leave it. I have a liberal arts degree so that's about what I can expect at this time.

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