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30+ days ago

Senior Software Engineer (aka Coding Ninja) - Ruby/Rails

OptimisCorp Salt Lake City, UT

Are you a coding ninja? If so, we want to talk to you. OptimisCorp was started in 2006 with the vision to change lives by getting people's hearts… OptimisCorp

30+ days ago

HL7 Integration Engineer

OptimisCorp Salt Lake City, UT

Are you a HL7 guru? If so, we want to talk to you. OptimisCorp was started in 2006 with the vision to change lives by getting people's hearts… OptimisCorp

30+ days ago

Senior UX/UI Designer

OptimisCorp Salt Lake City, UT

Are you super awesome at making things look good and easy to use? If so, we want to talk to you. OptimisCorp was started in 2006 with the vision to… OptimisCorp

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Alan Morelli
4 Ratings

    Financial Instability, Technically Inept, and Fading Quickly

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    I have been working at OptimisCorp full-time (more than 3 years)


    Please note that the reviews between August 5 - August 13 are fake as noted by other reviewers so please discount the already highly positive bias in the company’s score. These were written intentionally by current employees to “massage the score” in an attempt to recruit more developer talent. The only real pro with OptimisCorp is flexibility in terms of work hours/telecommuting/time off. Since there is no accountability or process in place, people come and go as they please; which may be desirable for some individuals. If you are a lawyer, there is plenty of work available as the company is fraught with numerous lawsuits and current ongoing litigation.


    The company has a culture of not getting anything done. There is no accountability and success is measured by how many emails and great conversations (and by that I mean lengthy) take place. In my honest opinion, much of this is due to a fundamental lack in technical leadership, starting with the CEO. While he is an incredibly friendly individual, he lacks efficient business acumen and traits of other highly successful CEOs (e.g. efficiency, open to change, accountability, team leadership, technology proficiency). His vision is very focused on a future ideal software offering that will somehow solve every problem with healthcare, wellness, PT, EMR, patient apps, portal, events, etc. (For those that understand technology and how difficult it is to create just one of those … will understand that trying to combine every facet into a single product is just unrealistic). The bottom line is that the OptimisPT product had a dominant share of the PT EMR market early-on; however, the application never matured as the company focused resources in various directions like events and wellness instead of software. As a result of chasing every new great idea, the company has very little synergy and has not embraced itself as a software or technology company. People work all over, remote, Murrieta, LA, Taipei, and Utah with little to no effective communication or cohesion. Turnover is incredibly high and there are no additional C-level employees as individuals that must interact with the CEO find themselves in a pattern of leaving quickly.

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    I don’t believe any advice I could give would impact the bottom line. The company needs major directional and top-down management restructuring changes to create a profitable strategy moving forward to compete with the current competition of well-organized, highly talented, and venture backed healthcare companies.

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