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Mission: To deliver transformational outcomes for our healthcare clients by providing great analytics technology coupled with exceptional managed care services..
Listen to Arcadia's Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Rich Parker talk about the costs associated with patients that die in a hospital on NPR. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vISeT
Founded in 2002 and headquartered outside Boston, with offices in Seattle and Chicagoland, Arcadia Healthcare Solutions is an innovative and nationally recognized leader in healthcare data aggregation and analytics. We support healthcare organizations transitioning to and succeeding in value-based care with technology and managed care services. With expertise working with both healthcare providers and payers, Arcadia has a unique cross-industry perspective on using data to drive healthcare transformation.
At Arcadia Solutions, we understand that our greatest assets are the talented people that make up our company. Arcadaians work collaboratively to develop solutions that will improve the quality and value of healthcare for all stakeholders.
While we are an established national company, our roots as a creative start-up are still evident throughout our culture. From our headquarters outside of Boston to offices in Seattle and Chicagoland, an entrepreneurial atmosphere and shared camaraderie permeates the culture of Arcadia. On every team, you will find bright, creative and highly-motivated Arcadians with a knack for problem solving and a drive to provide the best results for our clients
Chief Executive Officer
Chief Operating Officer
Chief Technology Officer
DR. RICH PARKER
Chief Medical Officer
BRIAN CROEGAERT, RN
Executive Vice President - Managed Care
Senior Vice President - Product and Engineering
Vice President - Finance and Administration
Vice President - Strategic Marketing
Vice President - Transformation and Managed Services
Vice President - Business Development
Senior Director - Human Resources and Talent Acquisition
Arcadians are eagerly looking for awesome people to join our family. We asked some of our colleagues to share their experiences with potential future Arcadians.
If their stories inspire you, we encourage you to visit our careers page to learn more about working with us.
The culture of our company is very important to us and something that we want to be able to share with others that are thinking about joining us or are interested in learning more. Check out the following video to learn more about what it means to be an Arcadian.
Some Cool Perks with Working Here:
An opportunity to work with a team of highly collaborative and awesome coworkers who enjoy both having fun and working hard
Competitive salaries and bonuses
Comprehensive company-paid health insurance premiums (medical, dental and vision) for you and your family
Paid vacation, paid sick time, and paid company holidays, in addition to paid maternity / paternity leave, bereavement leave, and jury duty leave
Employer-matching 401K plan
Fully-stocked kitchen with drinks, coffee, snacks, fruit, and candy
Opportunity to challenge your fellow coworkers to a friendly match of ping pong or Golden Tee in our Game Room
Nearby running trails
Working in a bright, open-environment and collaborative office
I have been working at Arcadia Healthcare Solutions part-time (Less than a year)
Office staff goes out of their way to get desired shifts in preferred facilities.
Flexibility is very required and the ability to adapt quickly
Advice to Management
Can't really think of any
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Arcadia Healthcare Solutions (Boston, MA) in November 2016.
Had a call with a recruiter from Arcadia. We came to the agreement that my skill set would be a good fit. He let me know that he would be arranging an interview with the hiring manager. A few days later I interviewed with the hiring manager. The call was odd because he did not seem at all interested during the interview. He sounded bored and asked pretty generic questions. He came across as if he did not care at all.
I was contacted by the recruiter again advising me that the hiring manager wanted to have a second interview. This was delayed several times and then I received another call asking if I could get on another phone interview with a different person within an hour. I was able to accommodate.
The second interview was a mess. The interviewer was trying to ask deep technical questions about various different technologies but he didn't seem to understand or know what he was talking about. I had to ask him to repeat several questions, and he used the term "stateful" dozens of times out of context. It was very frustrating trying to answer questions that didn't make any sense. Several questions about various operating systems using incorrect verbiage and networking that were incoherent.
Approx. a week after that interview I was advised that they would be seeking other candidates. That was a relief, because I don't know as that would have accepted an offer had one been made based on the interviews I had been a part of.