For 30 years API Healthcare has been in the business of providing innovative workforce management solutions for the healthcare industry. Our team of experts knows the healthcare business inside and out because healthcare workforce management is all we do.
This expertise results in the most effective integrated workforce technology for elevating care quality and performance across the entire continuum of care. We are firm believers that linking clinical outcomes with financial results is the best way to improve performance, and our solutions empower our clients to realize the benefits of high quality, cost-effective care.
API Healthcare is the place for you
Our offices in Hartford, Dallas and San Diego are filled with hard working associates who love what they do. In our culture of collaboration we offer no shortage of opportunity to contribute. No matter what your role, we encourage you to bring your unique perspectives, creativity and determination through our front door each and every day. When you choose to work with API Healthcare our commitment to you is that you will find a collaborative and transparent environment where you will always have the opportunity to try new things, speak your mind, set goals and build a career path that fits your expectations.
Of course all of our hard work doesn’t come without its rewards. In recognition of the dedication given by our associates, we offer plenty of ways to relax, enjoy ourselves and have fun. We have an on-site cafeteria that offers plenty of healthy options as well as a game room where associates can challenge their colleagues to a friendly game of pool, or battle it out for the title of Company ping pong champion.
Whether it is through our annual family focused events such as Bring Your Child to Work Day, Trick-or-Treat event or Breakfast with Santa, we take great pride in offering our associates plenty of opportunity to have fun with their families at the office.
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Benefits are actually REALLY good since GE acquisition if you look at the big picture. Careful. Benefits vary between GE business segments. Here, I am talking about GE Healthcare. The one (big) negative about benefits is listed in the (Cons) below. Some people saw that as a pay cut. That may be so in the short term and considering that alone, but when considering all other standard benefits, I think the OVERALL result is a net increase. For example, API gave 4 weeks PTO total per year. GE gives us 4 weeks PTO, plus 4 weeks sick leave, plus 5 discretionary personal days. That's just standard. Additionally, ON TOP of 401k matching, which is comprabable to what API did, GE gives us a certain percentage of our salary as a retirement contribution... no employee contribution necessary. Life insurance is SUPER cheap and allows you to purchase way more insurance than API allowed. They offer 100% tuition reimbursement for both undergrad and graduate level degrees, and new parents (mothers and fathers) get more than 4 weeks additional PAID time off following the birth of a child on top of all of the standard paid leave everyone gets. If you sit there and factor in ALL the benefits, most people actually got an increase. The problem is only medical coverage (not dental, vision), so people like to whine about that and claim GE benefits suck simply because med. insurance is so expensive. Indeed it is expensive, and that sucks. But again, for most healthy people and even those with mids, ALL benefits considered, I think the gain is positive.
Acquisitin by GE has given us a lot of resources we haven't been able to take advantage of before. This is still a work in progress. We are still learning HOW to get things done well under the GE umbrella. The problem is cynics who can't see beyond these initial growing pains, or folks who lack the knack for remaining positive, pressing forward, and thinking bigger long term. The complainers are people who can't see past their own job and expect people to do everything for them, using the fact that they are "not leaders" as an excuse.
Healthcare coverage is VERY bad, which I always find ironic when working for a company whose goal is to improve healthcare. Everything is a high deductible plan, and ever since the GEHC acquisition, everyone is paying A LOT of money out of pocket. Even for generic prescription drugs.
Working for such a big corporation isn't for everybody. So, you have to put up with whiners some times. People whine because they lack the drive to create change, or lack the skills to move onto another company.
Salaries are just on the average side. There are always exceptions, both ways. But generally speaking you can make decent but not great money here.
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The process took 5 days – interviewed at API Healthcare in May 2014.
The interview process went fairly quickly. I was an employee referral. The HR person interviewed me, she was very relaxed and easy going. Then she advanced me to the next level to interview with the hiring manager. The hiring manager was very forthright and the transparent about the job and some of the growth pains. Then the final interview was with the HR business partner.
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API Healthcare is focused on workforce optimization solutions exclusively for the healthcare industry. The company’s staffing and scheduling, patient classification, human resources, talent management, payroll, time and attendance, business analytics, and staffing agency solutions are used by more than 1,600 health systems and staffing agencies. Founded in 1982, API Healthcare...
Mission: Over 30 years of experience drives towards producing the most effective integrated workforce technology for elevating care quality and performance across the entire...