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I have been working at Vitera Healthcare Solutions full-time (Less than a year)
As I mentioned in the title I am a long time Healthcare IT Professional and this is my first job on this side of the fence. I love this company, it didn't take long for me to drink the Kool-Aid and I am thankful to have the same excitement inside to come to work now as I did the first week when I bought in to the Vitera values and message.
As another review stated there is some carry over of frustrations and that is the exception, not the norm. So very true. I also see a lot of negative reviews on here from individuals who no longer work for the company that were employed since the last change and left a short time later. I see a few that were asked to go outside their comfort zone to accommodate change and their negative reaction to this. Personally, and this is my opinion, suck it up.
This company has been amazing to work for in the short time I have been here. I see so many people from all departments busting their butts every day, long days, long weeks and it shows. I had done this for 12 plus years on the Hospital side and let me tell you, Vitera has treated its employees like gold compared to the Hospital side and more importantly, since late last year.
After the dust settled from the last change the hiring process began to rebuild and the criteria for the rebuild is bringing in talent. I see the folks in HR busting their butts daily, not sitting in their offices all day but out engaging us all trying to make our work environment even greater than it is today and that is refreshing. It irritates me to think that people get on here and bash Vitera, we (current employees) were not the ones who made any of the changes to spawn a lot of the negative comments. The decisions that affected you came from a Board of an investment firm, not us who remain. So please keep the negativity to yourself unless you have something tangible to complain about because quite frankly I think the negativity is a disgrace to those of us putting 60, 70, 80 hour weeks in for a salaried position trying to make the experience for our customers better.
To see how much or Managers, Directors, Executives and most importantly our HR Representatives do to make our lives, careers and futures bright is flattering and I hope people get the opportunity to join us and share in this.
I am still trying to find some CONS, really all I have his the deductible on the insurance...
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I applied online. I interviewed at Vitera Healthcare Solutions (Tampa, FL).
Contacted via email to know if I was still interested in the position. Emailed a second time to complete an "assessment". The assessment was not related to the position, it was a mathematical and/or logic test followed by a personality test.