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30+ days ago

Business Management Analyst

Surescripts Arlington, VA

The Medication Network Services (MNS) team is responsible for the business performance of Surescripts’ core business and for creating new revenue… Beyond.com


22 days ago

Customer Support Analyst

Surescripts Arlington, VA

The Customer Support Analyst is responsible for providing technical support to network connected participants and managing production transaction… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Manager, Business Management

Surescripts Arlington, VA

ď‚· The Manager, Business Management will play a key role in identifying opportunities, driving product development and coordinating product launch… Beyond.com


14 days ago

Manager, Accounting

Surescripts Arlington, VA

The Accounting Manager supervises all aspects of the accounting operations, including but not limited to: accounts receivable, accounts payable, and… Beyond.com


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SureScripts President & CEO Harry Totonis
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    Company in transformation

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    Former Employee - Former Employee  in  Arlington, VA
    Former Employee - Former Employee in Arlington, VA

    I worked at SureScripts full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Great people to work with. Company strives to promote a good employee social atmosphere by sponsoring events such as trivia night, bowling, and happy hours. 2 day work from home is a good benefit, especially given the company charges you to park daily.

    Cons

    Surescripts used to be a company with little turnover, but in 2013, long time employees have been either coached out or outright fired in favor of outside hires to revive their Clinical Interoperability business. Career advancement is not based on merit, but rather who you know. Job openings aren't posted for employees to apply to rather it seems like management already has their buddy in mind for the role. Despite frequent complaints of this practice, the CEO publicly acknowledges employees saying he has no idea this is happening when he himself has been frequently engaging in this practice. I'm not sure why the company picked the current Crystal City location. Most of the employees at Surescripts seem to live in the suburbs of Virgina, and a Tysons Corner or Reston office would have made more sense. The only convenience of this location is the fact that it is right next to Reagan Airport, making it convenient for the CEO, who flies in once a month for meetings. To make matters worse, employees are charged to park daily and the location is over a mile from a metro, limiting metro as a transportation option.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Listen and be more transparent to employees. HR seriously needs to reform the company's employee promotion policy to a merit based system rather than who you know.

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