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John Leskiw
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    Booming Company In A Changing Healthcare World

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    I have been working at Quadax


    Incredible investment in people by offering the 6 week CORE training. I've never seen or heard of a company taking the time, effort, and money to make sure employees come out of training knowledgeable about the company systems, culture, business practices.

    The company works with a wide array of various healthcare clients and genetic laboratories. A lot of the labs range from large cap publicly traded entities to small start ups. Being impactful and helping start ups become profitable is very rewarding.

    Everyone appears very professional and while there look to be some growing pains, that's certainly better than the alternative.


    This is kind of trivial but I've noticed overall poor body language from people walking around the building. A lot of people sulk, frown, glare, or are just oblivious to their surroundings. I'm not sure if that's the product of working at a software company, but seems like a lot of people either have highly functioning aspergers or just a poor attitude. This is definitely my biggest negative with the company, but what are you gonna do?

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    Perhaps alter the CORE training to involve trainees more with their soon to be departments and roles. Other than that, very impressed early on with how Quadax does business. Maybe some changing of the old guard to get some of the genuinely unhappy out of here wouldn't hurt either!

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Quadax Interviews

Updated Oct 18, 2014
Updated Oct 18, 2014

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    Analyst Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    Application Details

    The process took 2 weeksinterviewed at Quadax.

    Interview Details

    I first came in and took a personality and typing test before starting my rounds of interviews. I met with somebody at the VP level, the department management level, and the account management level.

    Everybody was trying to get a feel for my skill set and if my background would be a benefit to the work done at Quadax (I.E. medical billing, A/R management and analysis, etc).

    Everyone was very professional, engaged, genuine.

    Interview Questions
    • Why did you leave your last job, and why do you want to work for Quadax?   Answer Question
    Negotiation Details
    Quick and easy process with the HR coordinator via email and phone.
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Quadax Awards & Accolades

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Fully Accredited, EHNAC, 2014
Fit Friendly Company (Gold Level), American Heart Association, 2014

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Website www.quadax.com
Headquarters Cleveland, OH
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Founded 1973
Type Company - Private
Industry Health Care
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable
Competitors McKesson

Quadax offers the total package: premier healthcare revenue cycle tools supported by a first-class customer service organization. We assist providers to achieve their financial goals of increased cash flow with increased efficiency and decreased expense.

 Quadax is a national leader in Revenue Cycle Management for laboratories, specializing in outsourced services and... More

Mission: Quadax is committed to improve the financial performance of organizations in the healthcare industry by creating efficiencies in their revenue cycle with innovative... More

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