For the second year in a row, NaviNet is featured on The Boston Globe's list of Top Places to Work in Massachusetts! In the large company division, we landed the #2 spot in Technology and the #3 spot in Healthcare! We strive to be the greatest partner to our customers and the best employer to our employees. We're thrilled about this achievement and hope to earn a spot on this highly respected list for years to come!
NaviNet is proud to be featured on Becker's Hospital Review's 150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare for the second year in a row! The Great Places list is a compilation of healthcare organizations that provide excellent work environments and outstanding benefits to their employees.
NaviNet is named one of the 20 Most Promising Healthcare Tech Solutions Providers in the country. In Frank Ingari's words, "Through NaviNet Open and the NaviNet Open Value-Based Network Applications, we are solving Healthcare’s core problems and chief priorities: relationships, communication, and coordination." CIO Review's recognition of our industry leading efforts is rewarding and humbling!
NaviNet is America’s leading healthcare collaboration network. We connect over 40 health plans and 60% of the nation’s physicians, representing 420,000 clinical and administrative healthcare professionals. We help payers and providers boost care quality, lower costs, and improve population health management with NaviNet Open, our payer-provider collaboration platform.
Today, NaviNet is expanding. We are leading the transformation of payer-provider collaboration by delivering a new configurable and extensible healthcare communications platform, NaviNet Open. This solution is a set of productized applications that resides on a common platform. The APIs make NaviNet Open an easy integration partner and appealing to the development community. In particular, the extensibility enables health plans to customize their instance to maintain their differentiation. The new model is designed for easy adoption, active participation, and organic growth.
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We were named one of The Boston Globe's Top Places to Work for the second year in a row. Find out why we made the cut!
#1: Our CEO is our biggest fan
"It is a joy to serve these employees," said Frank Ingari, NaviNet CEO. "The word is overused, but we really are a community. We share a mission to support the transformation of healthcare, a passion to build great networking products, and a desire to create as much work-life balance as today’s hyper-competitive market will allow."
#2: Our Senior Leadership team inspires us
"At NaviNet, we combine endless passion, incredible knowledge, and a business focus that empowers employees to innovate," Steven Rotman, VP of Human Resources.
#3: We attract and promote top industry talent
Paul Johnson was recently promoted to VP of Platform Implementation while Steve Hess, VP of Product Management and Grant Ho, VP of Marketing are fresh hires. “Adding this level of depth and breadth to the senior leadership team at NaviNet is a clear and important signal to the healthcare community that we are poised for continued success,” Steven Rotman, VP of Human Resources.
#4. We've launched an industry leading platform.
#5: 350,000 Users, 39 Health Plans, 300 Employees & 1 Mission: Transform Healthcare
The NaviNet Belfast office opened in January 2010 as a state of the art development center. We are an integral part of the NaviNet solution, focusing solely on Engineering. There is an emphasis on doing things right, using industry best practices and using up to date technologies as well as facilitating a culture of learning and continuous improvement.
We have experienced substantial growth since 2010 and we have the buzz you get with a start-up.
The team at NaviNet Belfast are always asking themselves, "How can we do this better?" but we give ourselves a break with Pizza Friday, our annual Summer Outing, regular company social events and the banter among the team!
We strive to Make A Difference
Internships & Co-Ops
NaviNet partners with colleges in Ireland to offer the best hands-on educational experience possible. We bring in several students a year from renown universities such as:
University of Ulster
Queen’s University Belfast
"Corporate culture refers to the shared values, attitudes, standards, and beliefs that characterize members of an organization and define its nature." Here at NaviNet, we foster a culture that is driven for success in the office and out in the community. We value and cultivate involvement in the activities that mean the most to our employees.
Off the Grid is NaviNet’s semi-annual hackathon that encourages the exploration of ideas, fostering of creativity, and emergence of innovation. Now 6 years running, OTG has become an inspiration for several delivery, product, and infrastructure initiatives. Ask us for more information about Off the Grid!
The NaviNet Difference Committee bases its principles off of Program Dirtector, Kelly White's famous saying, "It’s about rolling up our sleeves instead of reaching into our pockets." The group identifies local fundraisers and volunteer opportunities and organizes various donations to charities and organizations, offering NaviNet employees endless opportunities to get involved in supporting our community.
The NaviNet All Stars placed 115 out of over 500 teams that competed in 2014's Ragnar Relay Race; a 200 mile race from Hull, MA to Provincetown, MA. The team raised almost $7,000 for Alzheimer's research. Search #navinetallstars to follow the team's journey on Twitter.
Each year, NaviNet participates in the US Marine Corps Toys for Tots program. 2014 was our greatest contribution to date! We're thrilled that our employees' generosity can help brighten a child's holiday!
NaviNet's Boston Ping-Pong Team competed in the New England Table Tennis Tournament of 2013, hosted by MIT. We fielded 3 teams of 3 players each in the Novice division. We won a few single matches, kept it competitive, but most importantly, had a lot of fun!
NaviNet sent 50 women leaders and nominated team members to this year's Massachusetts Conference for Women. Key note speakers included Actress, Kerry Washington and 2011 Nobel Peace Laureate, Leymah Gbowee.
"As a manager, I was selected to attend the MA Conference for Women. This was an amazing opportunity to network and listen to various speakers about their experiences. Each speaker offered encouragement, motivation, humor and empowerment," Belinda Burgess, Accounting Manager.
NaviNet participated in the Reach the Beach Relay by New Balance in 2012. Check out the video!
NaviNet understands that our team members want an environment that offers opportunity and growth, and a benefits program that provides protection, security, and value. Our benefits package is comprehensive and responsive to our team members’ needs.
- Life Insurance
- Disability Insurance
*NaviNet contributes up to $3,000 to qualifiedHSA accounts
- 11 holidays, including 2 floating holidays
- 15 vacation days
- 5 sick days
- Parental leave: 8 weeks paid leave for new birth mothers, 2 weeks paid leave for qualifying birth or adoption
- NaviNet matches 50% of the first 6% an employee contributes to their 401k
Commuter savings: MBTA and Parking tax-free through payroll
Employee referral program: Employees who refer hired candidates receive a $5,000 bonus
Boston Sports Club-reduced rates at fitness centers
BSSC- discounts on leagues, harbor cruises, and memberships
Coldwell Banker Real Estate Advantage Program- discounts on broker fees and sales or purchasing of homes
Garber Travel- discounts on flights, hotels, cruises, and package vacations
Verizon Wireless- monthly savings with employee discount
ZipCar- discounted rates and annual fee
Hubway- fully paid membership
Shawn O'Brien, Digital Marketing Manager, enjoying his free Hubway membership pictured below:
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I have had a number of opportunities to grow during my time at NaviNet. The company generally looks internally first to fill new jobs, and has a good mix of staff that are both long-term and brand new to the company and industry. This creates a good mix of opinions and perspectives.
I don't mind free food, a Ping-Pong table, chair massages, and boot camp, and Oh, the product we're building is very interesting as well!
CEO has a great connection with employees!
People can get stuck in the way the company "used to be." That has changed in the last year or so - definitely going in the right direction!
Advice to Management
Stay consistent and honest. Employees appreciate it!
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 1 day – interviewed at NaviNet.
It started off bad while I was waiting in the front lobby when suddenly a guy hands the receptionist a stack of envelopes with the instructions to mail them out ... he mentions that they are the severance pay checks. Guess they just had a LAY OFF!. During the interview I soon became aware that this place is a sweat shop as the hiring manager was strongly focused on how quick I can spin up code. In retrospect I knew after the first 15 minutes that I had wasted my time coming here for an interview. If you go on linkedin and look at the credentials of some of the software engineers, they hardly take the cream of the crop. And yet, I really found them to be rather "arrogant" during the interview process. If I can get this bad feeling during the first 15 minutes of the interview, I then question how it could be possible that they manage to get such good reviews on Glassdoor? I might be wrong, but I've been in this business for quite a long time, so all I have to say, is be careful. If you take a job here you might find that they are extremely demanding and their expectations are through the roof. Since the time I got the interview and until now, I know they've been constantly looking to fill Software engineering positions so I suspect they might be suffering from a high turn over rate and/or simply can't find folks willing to work there. I quickly got a sense that everyone here is in a PANIC MODE! ... in essence no time to even make a bathroom trip. Can you imagine, if that's my take away simply from a job interview, can you only imagine if I took the job!
- No difficult questions - basically if you want the job just tell them that you can write many lines of code - just as quick as you can snap your fingers! Not looking for a quality code writer, just someone who can crank out code, regardless of whether or not the design was good or bad. Answer Question
NaviNet is America’s leading healthcare collaboration network. We connect over 40 health plans and 60% of the nation’s physicians, representing 420,000 clinical and administrative healthcare professionals. We help payers and providers boost care quality, lower costs, and improve population health management with NaviNet Open, our payer-provider collaboration platform. For more...
Mission: NaviNet is passionate about making a difference in healthcare. Our NaviNet Open platform has the power to better the lives of every person in the U.S. by delivering...