Mission: ECRI Institute, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to improving the safety, quality and cost-effectiveness of patient care. In the end, we do our research and provide all our information and advice so you can improve patient care.
For nearly 50 years, ECRI Institute, a nonprofit organization, has been dedicated to bringing the discipline of applied scientific research to discover which medical procedures, devices, drugs, and processes are best, all to enable you to improve patient care. We firmly believe that seeking and finding the best ways to improve patient care require "The Discipline of Science" and "The Integrity of Independence."
Our conflict-of-interest rules have been carefully developed to create an environment that maximizes objectivity, productivity, and integrity of process. We accept no advertising revenues from any source. Our employees are not permitted to own stock shares in medical device or pharmaceutical firms, and we verify this by examining each employee’s federal income tax return. We go beyond the industry norm to ensure that you receive unbiased guidance.
Our more than 5,000 members and clients list includes hospitals, health systems, public and private payers, U.S. federal and state government agencies, health clinics, patients, policymakers, ministries of health, associations, and accrediting agencies worldwide.
"ECRI Institute is a key decision support resource for us in supply chain and ultimately in supporting patient care. The Discipline of Science and the Integrity of Independence of ECRI Institute aligns with our University of Vermont Health Network supply chain tenets of One Supply Chain, Cost Management, Enhance Business Processes and Meaningful Informatics."
Are you seeking employment with an organization that focuses on improving healthcare, values and respects its staff?
ECRI Institute is a nonprofit organization that researches best approaches to improving patient care. We offer a broad range of employment opportunities at our research facility in Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania.
ECRI fosters a work environment that allows employees to be all that they can be. We are widely known as leaders in patient safety and health services research, but that's not all. There are lots of other reasons you should consider working here:
At ECRI, we recognize the unique contributions of all our people. We respect, honor, and value the different cultures and backgrounds that our employees bring. Those differences may include race and ethnicity, gender, age, sexual orientation, physical ability, national origin or ancestry.
The success of our organization relies on the kind of creative thinking that can only result from a diverse team of individuals.
ECRI desires to be an employer of choice with an inclusive environment for all individuals. As part of this goal and in compliance with various laws and regulations, ECRI provides reasonable accommodation to applicants and employees.
Please let us know if you need reasonable accommodation for any part of the application, interviewing, hiring or at any time during the employment process.
We welcome veterans and active duty personnel. We value your experience. You have unique talents, bring critical skills, and share similar values. Your strength of purpose, commitment to excellence, and dedication to teamwork is a strong fit for our culture.
I have been working at ECRI Institute full-time (More than a year)
I have been with ECRI for over 2 years now. Pros: working for a nonprofit, the ability to help hospitals and other orgs in the healthcare industry, kind and understanding managers, work from home days, good healthcare and PTO, a new CEO with forward-thinking ideas, fun activities during the holidays.
Cons: I wish that the analysts received a bit of a higher salary. If this were the case, I'd definitely be motivated to stay for good!
Advice to Management
I would consider paying current analysts more, instead of hiring more people with lower salaries.
I applied online. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at ECRI Institute (Plymouth Meeting, PA).
Long interview (about 3 hours over a single day) meeting with four individuals, one at a time. Some were mangers, other analysts, and then HR. A mix of discussion about the position, interview questions and resume review, and an opportunity to ask questions.
Included a writing sample. The writing sample asked to compare the features of two medical devices.
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