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I have been working at Meditech full-time (More than 3 years)
Meditech is as financially stable as they come. Even in flat years, there are no cash flow issues, so annual bonuses and profit sharing aren't greatly affected. The day-to-day work is challenging but rewarding, and my co-workers are all a pleasure to work with (seriously; there's not a "bad" person in my department). As an electronic health record company, their medical insurance is, as can be expected, top notch, with 90% coverage for me and my entire family. It's benefits like these that help make staying pretty enticing. Some departments have fully embraced Agile methodology, which is refreshing.
The base salary is lower than industry average, and while annual raises are consistent, there is less emphasis on personal performance and more on overall company performance which drives the size of the average raise. This is slowing changing, which is good, but needs to be completely re-vamped in my opinion. Additionally, while I have learned a lot in my position, the only place for me to advance is into a Lead role. Otherwise, the only promotion available is into a supervisory position.
Advice to Management
Some management are stellar. They are forward-thinking, and embrace change. Those that are stuck in the past need to either be let go or forced to change their ways, as their out-of-date development tactics are holding many groups/divisions back.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Meditech.
First Interview is a meeting with HR for a few hours asking the tough personal questions, followed by a programming test with their in-house language. Second interview was with a 'panel' of interviewers all at once, a lot of pressure.
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Medical Information Technology knows what to prescribe for the operational disorders of health care information systems. The company, which does business as MEDITECH, provides software used, mainly by hospitals, in the management of clinical and financial departments, ambulatory care centers, long-term care facilities, nursing homes, and home health care programs. Its applications include products tailored for patient identification and scheduling, care management, clinical data management, long-term and ambulatory care, behavioral health, and financial and reimbursement ...