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Senior Java Developer

Medecision Dallas, TX

We’re looking for a passionate power contributor who blends solid** Analysis and Design**skills with proven** Java Application coding**experience. Do…

30+ days ago

Vice President of Business Development (Provider)

Medecision United States

This position will establish, build, and maintain positive and professional relationships at all decision levels within the assigned territories and…

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MEDecision President & CEO Deborah M. Gage
Deborah M. Gage
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    Change it before it is too late

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    I worked at MEDecision


    Work life balance. Full support of leadership for flexible work schedule. Small staffing allows employees to gather additional skills by assisting outside of department or stepping up and asking.


    Always losing focus on strategic vision because of need to be responsive to customers.
    Biggest blame game ever witnessed. Employees have to spend time tracking down not what wrong but who did it.

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    The company is getting very close to the edge of no-return and heading straight down the path to self-destruction. But there still is a sliver of hope to save it. But now is the time to act.

    Customers are getting frustrated because of the turnaround time to answer questions and issues. The time is because of processes put in place to support the blame game. Be one front to the customer. Don't give them the message that this department is looking at so, and the a week later, the next department is...

    Be forthcoming with the employees. The amount of turnover in the past two years is staggering. But some of your employees still believe in the company and the vision. Do them a favor... Remind them why they should. Be honest. Address the issues, make full acknowledgement of the turnover and accept some of the responsibility.

    The talent in this company is outstanding. This place can rise back up, just need time and the proper tools put into place.

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