I worked at NextGenPros
Driven and motivated sales team. Competent employees with diverse backgrounds. Good training opportunities and educational sales meetings.Cons
Not too many cons to discuss. Sales team must be willing to work hard and work extra hours to close deals. Meet quota or get cut.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Allow new sales team members to shadow senior team members to gain experience. Encourage senior sales team to share more of their proven sales kit materials.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at NextGen.Interview Details
There was an initial phone call with the manager of the implementation team. The phone call was only partially traditional, but mostly really laid-back with questions concerning how I would be able to adjust to traveling, team dynamic and so on. I was later invited to Austin (company headquarters for the clinical, lab, and pharmacy product implementation team) on the company's dime via flight with super shuttle hauling me to the interview and back to the airport in the same day. The manager informed me that I would be meeting with a few team members first. I did two rounds of this and everyone was very friendly and so so informal. Mostly discussed life on the road and team structure. Lastly, I met with the manager again and we went over a few more things informally and she all but offered me the job on spot. She asked me my salary expectations. She told me she thought I was a good fit and that was that. I went back to the lobby and waited for my ride to the airport and while waiting the recruiter called and offered me the job with about 6k more than what I asked for.Interview Questions
Negotiation DetailsNo negotiations on my part because I asked for an amount and was give 6k over that.Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
- There wasn't one really! Very informal. Salary was probably the hardest because I had no idea what the industry paid (my mistake for not fully researching) Answer Question
The next available appointment with your doctor might not be until next July, but NextGen Healthcare Information Systems will help with the scheduling and other records. The company offers a range of software products and services that enable medical providers to automate the management of patient records, billing, scheduling, and other administrative operations. Its electronic data interchange service is used to digitally manage invoicing, file insurance claims, correspondence, and appointment reminders. NextGen is a subsidiary of health care management firm Quality...