Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Accretive Health
- Operations Lead (16)
- Ops Lead (3)
- Patient Account Representative (3)
- Patient Financial Counselor (3)
- Physician Advisor (3)
- Manager (3)
- Consultant (2)
- Senior Software Developer (2)
- Senior Lead (2)
- Director (2)
- Senior Analyst (1)
- Sales Position (1)
- Compliance (1)
- Department Lead (1)
- Administrative Assistant (1)
- Infrastructure Engineer (1)
- Software Developer (1)
- Human Resources Generalist (1)
- Project Manager (1)
- Lead (1)
- SQL Developer (1)
- Coding Analyst (1)
- Coding Auditor (1)
- Operations (1)
- Medical Coding Specialist (1)
- Marketing/Public Relations (1)
- Scrum Master (1)
- Senior Operations Lead (1)
- Staff Actuary (1)
- Contract Modeler (1)
Everything went smoothly - typically expected questions, no curveballs. Met with 4 people over the course of 2 hours. Most of the questions were about the position and not about the company.
- Really everything was fairly expected. Answer Question
Other Interview Reviews for Accretive Health
Manager InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 4+ months – interviewed at Accretive Health in December 2011.
Used a connection to email an SVP - he liked my resume, but was a busy guy. I followed up weekly until I got an interview with him on the phone. Then met with the team I'd be working for and interviewed with them. Got an offer and negotiated it with SVP - accepted and was hired on. Whole process took about 3 months.
- How do you manage someone who's been doing the job for 20 years when you are new to healthcare? 1 Answer
Typical - nothing special here.
Manager InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through college or university – interviewed at Accretive Health (Chicago, IL) in March 2008.
Although lengthy, I thought it was very fair and balanced with both lower and higher level employees. I met with 3 different individuals throughout the day. None were trying to intimidate or stump me and it was good, easy conversation. I had each interviewer's full attention - they weren't writing or typing my verbatim responses, but engaged in a dialogue with me.
- As a college student, I think the hardest thing to answer was how I was successful in problem solving without using examples from class projects or group work. Answer Question
There wasn't one when I was first hired as I came straight out of college.