HealthEdge Software

  www.healthedge.com
  www.healthedge.com
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Sun and Fun at the HealthEdge summer outing on Boston Harbor
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HealthEdge accepts the award for "Best In Show" at the 2012 Healthcare IT Summit

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HealthEdge Software Reviews

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Rob Gillette
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    Great company, Great product, fast paced environment, opportunities for employee growth.

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Burlington, MA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Burlington, MA

    I have been working at HealthEdge Software full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    Exciting times, plenty of growth in the market, great people to work with. I've been with company for almost a year and really enjoy working here.

    Cons

    Fast paced, I like that in a company (was in Health Care prior, and day to day became stagnant), however not everyone likes fast pace or change. Not a good fit for someone who does not conform to change well.

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HealthEdge Software Interviews

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    Technical Support Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Employee  in  Burlington, MA
    Anonymous Employee in Burlington, MA
    Application Details

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1 week - interviewed at HealthEdge Software in May 2012.

    Interview Details

    They use an outsourced recruiter that makes it seem like it is a part of their company.

    The interview was very tedious and I walked out of it. When I go to interviews I attempt to vet the company to see if it is a place I want to work. The interview consisted of 4 people. After the third person I determined this was not the place for me. I left before the 4th person came in. None of the interviewers seemed like they were happy with their positions. When I mentioned the review I read on glass door, they didn't deny what was said directly; but just tried to dismiss what was said. I asked specifically about the upper management of the company. The answers were attempts not to bad mouth them, but it was easy to tell that they were not happy with it. One person said that they have been working on improving that.

    The impression I received from the interviewers was that it was a decent company to work for, but I didn't get the sense that people are happy to work there. Considering that my commute would have been 2+ hours with traffic, I want something that would be happy with, and not just satisfied.

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    • If you had 9 marbles, all the same size. One is heavier than the rest. You have a balance scale. How do you determine the heavy marble in the least number of moves.   View Answers (2)
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HealthEdge Software Awards & Accolades

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Best In Show, Healthcare IT Summit, 2012

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Website www.healthedge.com
Headquarters Burlington, MA
Size 50 to 149 Employees
Founded 2004
Type Company - Private
Industry Information Technology
Revenue $10 to $25 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

HealthEdge is an agile and innovative 21st century software company focused on providing next-generation, business-transforming technology products to the healthcare payor market. We enable our customers to radically innovate, drastically reduce costs, and efficiently address the business imperatives of the evolving healthcare economy.

HealthEdge was founded by Albert Waxman of Psilos Group and Rob Gillette in December, 2004. In January, 2005, the company acquired over $100 million of intellectual property and other assets. This technology served as the foundation for...
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