Current and former employees report that Cerner provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“Decent matching options First match is good but second tier match depends on the company performance.”
“Decent Health insurance but not the best. They now have a few options but it will likely change with the oracle acquisition ”
“Vacation is unlimited for various roles ”
Great benefits offered at this company
The benefits are decent, the 401k match isn't that great but overall a decent benefit package
Industry standard 401K employee match at 50% of first 6% contributed.
The healthcare is very affordable. PTO is great. They also offer HSA and some education reimbursement.
Midhudson regional hospital
Why is Cerner so bad? My employer switched to it 2 years ago and it’s been nothing but problems. It’s cumbersome, clunky, slow and just not easy to use. The training staff they sent out admitted they had never even seen the software before, they were contractors. They fired all the IT staff who actually knew what they were doing and replaced them with warm bodies. Now the VA is stopping their rollout for basically the same reasons.
limited options on certain things
Decent insurance, could use more diverse options in 401K, flexible pto
Good benefits, much improved in 2022 compared to previous years
Overtime is required.At least a 50 hr.work schedule
The health benefits package is terrible after switching to Aetna
Some of the worst health insurance I've ever had and that's saying something. Current plan has the highest deductable I've ever had that covers nothing and I mean nothing. None of my meds are ever covered.