Mission: Our mission has been the same from the start – to make the practice of medicine simpler for physicians and their staff, by finding novel methods of utilizing the Internet. We started in the cloud before most people knew what the cloud was, and we have hosted web-based ...
I worked at HealthFusion full-time (More than a year)
Plenty of flexibility as long as your work is completed and sales are closing. Great company culture. The CEO's and CFO take a genuine interest in their employees and have a fairly "open door" policy if you really need them.
Can be a bit repetitive as far as daily activities go. Other than that and common office gossip that can come back aronud somehow, it's pretty good.
Advice to Management
Have more team building exercises, but blend departments to encourage an overall "team" feel throughout the company.
I applied online. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at HealthFusion (San Diego, CA) in July 2016.
Phone interview with recruiter. Ask some basic questions, non technical. Asked if I would take an online programming test (HackerRank). I agreed and spent some time boning up on Java since I had not used that language for a while. I spent a lot of time getting familiar again with the advanced object oriented capabilities of Java. When I took the test it was some simple array manipulation which confused me a bit. I did not do well on the test and later I realized that the test was not a programming test of array manipulation but a test of algorithmic complexity. Since I didn't recognize this (because I was expecting higher level object oriented types of problems) I didn't take the time to really look at the problem statement and find the most efficient solution. The next day I'm driving on the freeway and I think, oh crap, that was an O(N) problem. Oh well. I fail.