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Outside Sales Representative

Kareo Southern California, CA

In the last three years, we've grown over 550%. We were selected by Forbes as one of America‚Äôs 100 Most Promising Companies, one of the few companies… Kareo


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Kareo Medical Office Software for Small Practices Founder & CEO Dan Rodrigues
Dan Rodrigues
75 Ratings
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    So much opportunity... doers unite!

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Irvine, CA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Irvine, CA

    I have been working at Kareo Medical Office Software for Small Practices full-time (more than a year)

    Pros

    Really amazing people, lots of talent and creativity. Very well positioned in a market with a lot of weak competitors. Walking through the front door you can literally feel all the ideas floating around the place. It's the type of place that makes you want to put in the extra effort.

    Cons

    We struggle with our identity as we grow, the vision is muddied. Adding services to our business has created two distinct cultures and with every acquisition the culture gets more fragmented. Extremely end-user focused on doctors but Kareo is where it is today because of billing companies. That's been lost in the last few years and is reflected particularly in marketing and product. Can be very political, especially at Director level and above where some inexperienced leaders lack self-confidence and recoil at legitimate challenges to their thinking. Product and marketing teams lack understanding of how practices work and seem inconvenienced by the suggestion. What's cool and fun to work on and what's needed are sometimes two different things. We chase too many shiny objects.

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    It all starts with executive leaders. Dan's a CEO with a vision that I can rally behind but there are noticeable gaps in his staff which in turn filter down through the company. Too many at the top level have no demonstrated ability to lead and drive execution across an enterprise, which involves thinking first about the enterprise and second about their own department objectives. Very few seem able to make the tough tradeoff decisions and as a company we are past the point where we can allow that. Time to put more "doers" into the conversation, the existing executive team isn't wired to get us there.

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