Mission: Drive positive change in healthcare by delivering actionable insights to solve complicated problems simply and efficiently.
I worked at SCIO Health Analytics full-time (More than 3 years)
Money via overtime was great
Autonomy while on the job
50-75% of the month travel (could be a con to some)
Lots of half baked/knee jerk policies
Lack of training
Lack of explanation for major changes
Advice to Management
Create and maintain training for all positions
Hire experienced management
Trust your on-site team
Act proactively and avoid knee jerk decisions
Make it clear what the mission is
I applied online. I interviewed at SCIO Health Analytics (New York, NY).
After multiple phone interviews with execs from around the US and then one in-person meeting, I was left hanging by HR and the VP who was in charge of hiring for this role.
My emails to both individuals went unanswered, as did a voicemail to the VP. After the amount of time I dedicated to the entire process, being treated professionally, and honestly, like an adult, would have been appreciated. I still to this day have not received any notification of being excluded as a candidate. An utter waste of my time, and I recommend you do not waste yours either.
Arun Rangamani, SVP Chennai Delivery Center, presenting on 'Healthcare Delivery & Costs - Leapfrog Strategies through Big Data' at the 3rd Big Data Analytics Conclave held during April 20–21, 2017, at Vellore Institute of Technology, Chennai.
EXPERT ARTICLE: ‘The race is on to EDPS’ by Tom Peterson, SVP Care Optimization and Risk Adjustment: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ9u3. Published by @BeckersHR.