Mission: Outcome Health advances society through technologies that change behavior to positively shape the human condition.
EVP of Sales Vince Panozzo shares the challenges facing healthcare today and what he envisions will equip the industry for the future: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQUXL
Outcome Health is proud to provide Edward-Elmhurst Health system with technology to help patients better understand conditions, treatment or medications.
At Outcome Health, we Activate Good. This declaration embodies the heartbeat of our company. It represents the passion and purpose that fuels our work - good behaviors, good health and good outcomes.
The US spends $3 trillion on healthcare, accounting for 18% of our annual GDP. That’s over $10,000 per person. Patient visits are rising, now up to 1.5 billion visits annually, and chronic diseases are responsible for 7 out of 10 deaths each year. By connecting patients to better health outcomes, we can drive these numbers down.
We're a mission driven company that's building for the future. We’re taking a fragmented industry and creating an ecosystem that brings together all the players to collectively improve patient outcomes. By combining our individual talents, experiences, and unique perspectives, we can work together to activate the best health outcome possible for every person in the world.
Every Outcome Activator has a personal connection to our mission. Here are some of our stories.
I have been working at Outcome Health full-time (More than 5 years)
I've been with this company for over five years and watched it grow from a dozen people working their butts off for a mission we all believed in to one of the fastest growing companies in Chicago with over 500 employees (still working for that same mission). It's been especially rewarding to watch Outcome Health become the company it set out to be: innovative, caring, and rewarding.
I personally have gone from treating my role in the company as just a job to a career. I'm very proud of the work I've done to help Outcome grow from a small office that took up less than a quarter of a floor to a massive, two-story office in NY and a new headquarters here in Chicago later this year.
Management made a commitment from the beginning to listen to its employee base and make changes to company culture, benefits, comp, etc whenever appropriate and they have stuck to it. Most recently our benefits were completely revamped to provide more adequate health insurances (Aetna, FSA & HSA options, telehealth, free vision, increased dental coverage), increased our basic life insurance policy which is free for all employees (from a flat $25k to five times base salary), maternity leave (now 16 weeks full pay), and additions to our paid time off (now 15 days of accrued PTO, 5 sick days, marriage leave, parental leave, and a sabbatical for all employees who have been with the company for five years).
I look forward to being a part of Outcome Health's continued growth and help it become one of the best places to work in America.
Any company expanding at this rate is bound to have some growing pains. Prior to 2016 we'd never had an employee go on maternity leave, once we did it came to our attention that our program was lacking considerably, as a result we revamped the program to what it is now (16 weeks fully paid). Similar situations have cropped up over the years and will continue to, management's ability to listen to feedback and make the appropriate changes is one of the things that makes working here so great.
Advice to Management
Work/Life balance has always been a struggle at Outcome (as it is for any small, expanding company). Recently employee feedback has lead to policy changes to help protect this (no exit time, additional time off) which has greatly added to the happiness of our employees. I hope the personal happiness of employees continues to be a value we hold high.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Outcome Health (Chicago, IL) in November 2016.
This was an extremely quick process for me that had several steps starting off with a phone screen, then an in person interview, followed by a role play and then a final in person interview. The whole process took about 3 weeks and one day after my final interview I was presented with an offer letter.