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Senior Regional Director Quality, Analytics and Performance Improvement MedStar

MedStar Health Rosedale, MD

• Contributes to the development and achievement of established regional, entity and department goals and objectives and adheres to department… Glassdoor

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Manager, Investments

MedStar Health Columbia, MD

• LICENSE/CERT/REG: C.F.A. designation a plus • SKILLS: Demonstrated in-depth knowledge of the investment management function, including hedge… Glassdoor

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MedStar Health President & CEO Kenneth A. Samet
Kenneth A. Samet
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    A good company if you can keep your mouth shut.

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    Former Employee - Billing in White Marsh, MD

    I worked at MedStar Health full-time for more than a year


    Full Time opportunities, good money if you move up. Education Assistance, benefits.


    Tons of politics, there's the people who have been in the door and out the door and then the ones you have to deal with are the ones who have been there "20 years, 25 years, 15 years" that have their seniority (which is looked upon highly). You have to kiss rear to get anywhere and if you don't you will be blacklisted within the company. There's also favoritism when it comes to salary ranges. One person may be making $15 sitting next to you with less experience because they "know the manager" while someone else is making $12 because they didn't know anyone. It's definitely not based on merit. Also--get better training for specific jobs, universal training (with one trainer) doesn't work for everyone, try to find a way that benefits all learning types so people aren't fired or quitting all the time (high turn over rate).

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    Stop playing favorites. Hold more people accountable when they're repeat offenders. Accept the fact that you aren't perfect and make mistakes as well.

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