- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at HealthStream full-time (more than 10 years)Pros
I, like many of my co-workers, am a long term employee of HealthStream. Over the years I have had privilege to grow professionally and personally while my unique skills have been encouraged, challenged, and recognized.
Overall, I am a "HealthStreamer" dedicated to upholding our company values. I know with certainty that I and my co-workers believe in our mission and strive daily to live up to our vision "to improve the quality of healthcare by assessing and developing the people who deliver care".
It is always a joy to bring in new people to HealthStream. We have a waiting list of employees who desire to be part of the dedicated group of employees that play key roles in interviewing, on-boarding, and mentoring. All HealthStreamers enjoy participating in our HealthStream “Buddy” program that supports new employees well beyond the training period.
Lastly, I would be remiss if I left out a mention of our CEO, Bobby Frist and our executive team. No matter what role I have held, I have always known that our CEO and his team are easily accessible. The employee culture supports a positive, driven, excited workforce, independent of whether you are a remote or office based employee.Cons
Joining HealthStream means that you will be a part of some amazing people doing outstanding things...you have to push yourself to shine! Where it could hit your ego from time to time, I do not see that as a bad thing, but a great way to become better everyday. I can imagine that those applicants out there who do not want to reach excellence would find that a con.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Continue to support and recognize those employees, whether new employees or long term, when they succeed. Continue to be excited about the difference we can make in the talent management process that impact excellence in patient care.RecommendsPositive Outlook
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week – interviewed at HealthStream in August 2014.Interview Details
Jumped through all of the hoops, but then the interview was cancelled right before I was to arrive with no additional information. Regretting that I spent time I didn't want to spend on their coding assessment, since they didn't even explain why the interview was cancelled. A coding assessment of that nature is something that should be done in-person, not as a requirement to even be considered for an interview.
I'm turned off by the whole process.Interview Questions
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HealthStream replenishes the well of knowledge for medical workers. The company supplies Internet-based educational and training content to health care professionals. Courses train employees on new equipment, introduce new pharmaceuticals, provide continuing education credits, and disseminate regulatory information. Its flagship HealthStream Learning Center (HLC) has more than 2 million subscribers. It generates sales from subscription fees based on the number of users and type of content provided. Clients are predominantly acute care hospitals, but also include other...