Mission: Fueled by a passion for health, a desire to positively challenge the healthcare paradigm, and a culture of accountability – Medullan works with payer, provider, life sciences and pharmaceutical clients to build solutions that create measurable business value and ...
I worked at Medullan, Inc. full-time (More than 3 years)
Lots of learning, fun colleagues, lots of experimenting
Hard working, constant changing organization,
Constant experimenting in best way to do work, this can be frustrating
Advice to Management
Make sure the culture you want is in all offices, not just in Boston
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Medullan, Inc..
I contacted the company through a mutual connection. I was set up for an in person interview without a phone screen. I was told this interview would be an hour to prepare a case study, an hour to present the case study to a team member and the hiring manager, and then a one on one for behavioral questions with another person. Going into the case study I felt confident I could get through it and at least present and communicate my thought process as that's likely what's most important as a BA. The hiring manager had not even looked at my resume prior to the presentation. More time was spent on the specifics of the case study rather than the thought process. I was told at that point in the office that they wouldn't be going forward with the second half of the interview which was the behavioral and culture fit part. If you're going to cut an interview short midway, why not split it into two days so that a candidate doesn't prepare and expect to be there for a few hours and gets cut short. Or determine whether a candidate is a fit via a more rigorous phone screen. The process lacked the courtesy and consideration for the time and effort, and preparation a candidate puts into the interview process. If they wanted to understand that I didn't have industry experience it could've been done over the phone.