Mission: To be a catalyst to transform health care, creating a person-focused and economically sustainable system.
I have been working at Cambia Health Solutions full-time (Less than a year)
Been here about 6 weeks. Onboarding process was one of the slickest I've ever been through.
Haven't found any cons as of yet.
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Cambia Health Solutions (Portland, OR) in December 2017.
3 Interviews, 2.5 hours interviewing, 1.0 hour filling out supplemental materials
HR recruiter was disorganized and rude - apparently didn't have my current resume (and insisted that I had failed to send in the right one), hadn't reviewed any of the extensive supplementary materials she had requested me to fill out prior to our conversation, spoke in condescending tones throughout, and evidently didn't bother forwarding the current resume that I personally sent her during the interview to the Sr Analyst I was later scheduled to interview with.
The Sr Analyst was also quite rude, took a jab at my GPA for some community college courses (knowing I have an MS degree beyond those) and current financial status, and kept asking me about statistics coursework - only to later reveal towards the end of the interview that the job didn't require any statistics but was actually data management instead. I was not allowed the opportunity to ask any questions, nor did I learn what this analyst's role or background was.
The Supervisor I spoke with was wonderful, and we had a real conversation. I got a better sense of what her team was looking for, they allowed me to ask questions, and our discussion about the role their team was trying to fill was overall professional and respectful throughout.
Two of the three interviews left me with the impression that a culture of fear predominates at this organization, and posturing appears to be more important than meaningful conversation. I was genuinely excited about this potential opportunity when I was first asked to interview, but if this is how they treat their candidates then I can't imagine it gets much better.