CareMedic Reviews

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    An adolescent company with growing pains

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    Current Employee - Not Sales in Saint Petersburg, FL
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    Company prefers to promote from within if possible. Holding their own and have not cutback on benefits, including continued funding for 401k, during this downward economy. Expanding product offerings to organically grow the company. CareMedic offers benefits from top-tier carriers with national networks. Expanded training for all employees now offered. Wellness plan is new for 2009.


    Still exhibiting growing pains. This is now an adolescent company and as such the culture is changing from a free-wheeling software company to a more mature and responsible enterprise solutions company. Constant flux and turnover with sales personnel.

    Advice to Management

    Continue to grow CareMedic organically and do not revert to the 2006 mentality that we are ripe for the picking. Inhouse we seem to be clicking on all cylinders but the sales staff is too disconnected from the rest of the company. Seek ways to include them more to smooth communication between them and the rest of the company. They need to see the results of their labors in more than just their paychecks.

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Headquarters Tampa, FL
Size 50 to 149 Employees
Founded 1997
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Information Technology
Revenue $5 to $10 million (USD) per year
Competitors Cerner, MedAssets

CareMedic's software kept health care providers' budgets from going to into cardiac arrest. Its revenue cycle management software enabled hospitals to speed up the collections and reimbursement process. Its flagship program, eFR (electronic financial record) was a comprehensive software suite used to verify patient financial eligibility, manage the billing and claims cycle to reduce account receivables, and offer recovery and remittance reporting should a claim be denied by Medicare or a private insurance provider. CareMedic had contracts with health care providers across... More

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