Mission: At Medecision, we’re committed to improving the delivery of care—whether in the hands of a nurse care manager, a physician, a consumer, a family member or caretaker. We’re in this to transform care. Here and now.
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Delivering Connected Care Everywhere
An increased focus on care quality and cost effectiveness as part of shifting reimbursement is moving the existing U.S. healthcare delivery model from episodic care to population health management. Are you ready? Let Medecision help. We’re dedicated to tackling the big problems in the healthcare industry, like disconnected systems, disjointed data, less-than-optimal care delivery, and health outcomes that none of us want to experience. Our innovative approaches and technology-driven solutions liberate fragmented healthcare systems and Connect Care Everywhere. With Medecision, consumers, physicians, health plans, and the entire care community have access to the right information at the right time to profitably and effectively manage population health, generate efficiencies, and improve the quality of care at every touch point.
Why is Medecision a good place to work?
It’s a fast-paced and progressive place, where people who are energetic, passionate, committed and entrepreneurial work hard, progress quickly and get to help people during vulnerable times in their lives.
Our company is propelled by passionate, skilled professionals. Together, we form a vibrant culture that makes Medecision a great place to work every day. We’re always looking to strengthen our company with talented individuals who are:
And most importantly, at the heart of what we do, it’s about improving the health—and lives—of people.
Medecision gives back to our employees who give so much effort to our company. We offer a range of opportunities for professional development and personal fulfillment. Our comprehensive benefits package includes insurance coverage for life, health and disability; financial savings and investments; tuition reimbursement; membership discounts; paid vacation, personal and holiday time; and an employee referral plan.
Passionate people, on a mission.
As an industry pioneer, we have been passionate about care management since day one. With a new era unfolding before us, we are more passionate than ever about applying everything we’ve learned to be the partner that helps transform our customers’ businesses.
Who’s behind the great strides we are making to help you embrace the future?
Technologists, creating innovative solutions that solve real-world business problems.
Clinicians, who are registered nurses and former care managers, instrumental in building our solutions and are embedded in client accounts when needed.
Strategic thinkers who continually assess trends and opportunities, structure client engagement in our solutions development, and bring our brand to life.
Account teams of responsive, yet proactive business leaders.
Administrators and analysts who build the foundation for great customer engagement and ensure we practice it every day.
All of us are led by business transformers who bring their unique experience and drive to Medecision and our industry.
I have been working at Medecision full-time
The people! Every employee is a true innovator and has a passion to improve health care. Everyone is truly trying to work as a team to make change. It's a fast-paced exciting place to work. People genuinely care about their teammates and their daily work.
Rapid change brings chaos at times and some managers need to enhance their management skills to effectively guide teams through that change.
Advice to Management
Great people are leaving due to their managers not the organization. Focus on employee retention and improving management leadership skills.
I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Medecision (Wayne, PA) in March 2017.
Extensive interview process - I had gone through six interviews (four 30-60 minute phone interviews along with two in-person interviews), and was told that I could expect three more on top of this. Twice I met with people in person who I already had spoken with over the phone, with no real purpose for this second interview.
I was excited about this opportunity and the multiple interviews helped me better understand the organizational culture. But it seemed excessive overall, particularly when I was told after six interviews and more than a week of waiting that I was over-qualified for the position. This seems like the kind of observation one could make earlier in the interview process (maybe by interview #3?) and left a bad taste in my mouth.
The recruiter and HR staff I worked with were very responsive and accommodating. The interviews themselves were light and conversational, less focused on behavioral interview questions and more on the job responsibilities and my own experience.
I enjoyed the process but the ultimate outcome was disappointing and made me question if it had all been worth the time. I would have rated this overall experience as negative had I not been for the friendly Medecision employees I interacted with over this two month period.