UbiCare Overview

  • www.ubicare.com
  • Boston, MA
  • 1 to 50 Employees
  • 2002
  • Company - Private
  • Health Care Services & Hospitals
  • Unknown / Non-Applicable

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UbiCare, a digital health company, provides engagement solutions enabling hospitals to be at the forefront of patient-centered innovation and value-based care. Through targeted education, mobile connections and real-time data, UbiCare's interactive SmarteXp platform improves ...
Mission: Making Us All Better

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I’ve been a registered nurse for about four years (ambulatory care & I loved it but felt like I missed something not being inpatient) and been a little lost. This past year has been terrible w/ jobs & have had about 5 some contracted some just so awful the stories would blow your hair back & I had to walk out. Finally, I decided to take a telemetry inpatient nurse job & I’ve been there a month & just got another job back in ambulatory. Can some one please give me advice of what I should do.

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UbiCare Reviews

3.7
72%
Recommend to a Friend
87%
Approve of CEO
Betsy Weaver
Betsy Weaver
9 Ratings
5.0
Current Employee, less than 1 year

"Great team, Sky's the Limit"

Nov 21, 2016 - Anonymous Employee in Jamaica Plain, MA
Recommends
Positive Outlook
Approves of CEO

Pros

The working environment is open and collaborative, and because it's a small company, there are many opportunities for goal pursuits and growth. The company has found traction in an healthcare

Cons

The location can be a beast to get to during commuting hours if you come from outside Boston. Currently, there is no consistent work from home plan. Demands can be higher than time or resources allow
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UbiCare Interviews

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Positive50%
Negative50%
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Applied online75%
Other25%
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  1. Customer Success Associate Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Boston, MA
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview
    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at UbiCare (Boston, MA)

    Interview

    I responded to an online posting and quickly received follow-up. I was interviewed twice within a one week period. The interview questions were super general and the overall tone of the conversation was focused less on my experience and more about specific tasks required by the role.

    I was eventually offered the position, the salary was agreed to, and the onboarding schedule was set-up. I was planning to work remotely, as the job posting stated, and had agreed to a significant salary hit in order to have this flexibility. When it came time to begin work, I reached out to confirm the schedule just to have it repeatedly pushed out. This was a bit concerning- I understand how busy schedules can become, but it was a red flag that 1) momentary schedule-crunches affected a hiring decision made several months prior, and 2) that the start date was pushed out repeatedly. In addition, I was only notified of these schedule changes when I reached out to follow up. None of this communication was ever proactive on the part of the company.

    Eventually, six weeks after I was supposed to begin working and several months after the position had been offered to me, the position was rescinded. The reason given was that it was too difficult to accommodate me as a remote staff member, even though working remotely had been a part of the original job posting. They noted that it would be a 'burden' on the company to file the tax paperwork for my employment, without much consideration for the 'burden' I was put under after being led on for several weeks and eventually let go.

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UbiCare Awards & Accolades

  • Lamlighter AwardNew England Society for Healthcare Communications2016
  • 10,000 Small BusinessesGoldman Sach's2014

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How are career development opportunities at UbiCare?

...Challenges & Growth Opportunities: Working at UbiCare presents opportunities to contribute your expertise, while developing a versatile skillset....

March 3, 2020

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