Catholic Health Initiatives

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29 days ago

Application Analyst I - OneCare PPMS

Catholic Health Initiatives Towson, MD

• Assists in implementing, upgrading and supporting application systems. • Assists with testing systems and applications before implementation… CareerBuilder


29 days ago

Application Technical Analyst III (Allscripts Practice Management) - Any CHI Loc

Catholic Health Initiatives Towson, MD

Analyzes, designs, programs, tests and implements custom applications and interfaces. Makes modifications to existing applications to achieve the… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Application Technical Analyst III (EMPI) - Any

Catholic Health Initiatives Towson, MD

Analyzes, designs, programs, tests and implements custom applications and interfaces. Makes modifications to existing applications to achieve the… CareerBuilder


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Catholic Health Initiatives President and CEO Kevin E. Lofton
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    Mission and Vision hampered by Politics

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    Pros

    Reasonable work-life balance depending on the part of the organization you were in. For those who can make a connection to the mission of saving lives, this can be a rewarding part of the job. Somewhat difficult to do at corporate where you may never see a medical facility unless you are a patient.

    Cons

    CHI corporate operates under an organizational structure that would be unrecognizable to almost anyone coming from the outside. This dysfunctional setup creates a highly politicized environment as leaders in the organization are constantly trying to define roles for their teams and carve out responsibilities from other teams. The environment is so conflict adverse that healthy conflict is subverted and becomes venomous.

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    Take a close look at how the national office is organized. There seems to be a lot of redundant work taking place across teams.

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