Mission: Quadax is committed to improve the financial performance of organizations in the healthcare industry by creating efficiencies in their revenue cycle with innovative strategies, products, and services built on superior technologies, delivering relational service with integrity ...
I worked at Quadax full-time (More than a year)
So much PTO and flex time. Management are very understanding and make an effort to work with us.
Campus is beautiful and they offer the little extras that make it more comfortable.
Wish that some positions could work from home. Most of the world are offering it to employees. Even medical businesses.
Pay is a bit low for the industry. Not horrible but below industry standards.
Advice to Management
Allow more of your employees to work from home. It will cost you less in the long run. You have so much going for you, you can only make it better. You have a lot of loyalty to the company. I'm proud to be a part of it, but really go that extra mile for us. The lower pay rate would even out for us if we could save a bit on gas.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Quadax.
Normal interview process with recruiter then onto sales VP. They actually flew me to Ohio to do a full day of interviews. I really enjoyed the interaction and dialog with the team there. I have 14 years of experience in this space and have been very successful both on the operational and sales side of this business. Prior to the onsite interview I was given an agenda that included a test that was going to be administered. Since I have not taken a test in a very long time (Since I graduated college) I was instantly nervous and asked about the this "test" to the recruiter. She said and I quote "It’s not a big deal and kinda fun actually". Candidates I am here to tell you that it’s a 5 page over 100 question test like a mid-term that is timed. If you miss to many you are automatically eliminated! It is really unfortunate as I have a learning disorder and have never taken tests well, but that did not matter. It felt like the 90's all over again as if missing to many on a test equates to a poor employee. Really unbelievable when I got the call and I thought he was joking. Complete waste of my time and the expectation was NOT set. Could not use a calculator either.