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Pros
  • "Our Leadership Team is made up of great people that are hands-on and are genuinely invested in their teams(in 9 reviews)

  • "Work environment is like a start up and everyone is equal contributor in a true Agile setting(in 8 reviews)

  • Cons
  • "Be prepared to work long hours for mediocre pay(in 6 reviews)

  • "The company has been for sale for some time and no one wants to buy the sinking ship(in 4 reviews)

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    1. 1.0
      Current Employee, more than 3 years

      Outdated technology with very poor leadership

      Oct 7, 2020 - Customer Success Manager in Alpharetta, GA
      Recommend
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      Pros

      Remote position so no interaction with corporate

      Cons

      Products are substandard in the pop health and MIPS space. Management doesn’t take responsibility for their mistakes. CEO made a huge mistake purchasing SA Ignite and the company continues to lose money. The company has been for sale for some time and no one wants to buy the sinking ship. The product stack is optional now due to covid so no one is buying.

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    2. 1.0
      Former Employee

      No Leadership, NO HR = bad culture

      Sep 8, 2017 -  
      Recommend
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      Pros

      Talented hard working people, although most of them have left the company

      Cons

      Ineffective Leadership with no direction, no loyalty (if you think someone is your friend, they're not, they're only looking out for themselves and how they can use you to keep their job; everyone is out for themselves) no trust, zero funding from private equity as company continues to burn thru cash, they hire whoever they can get to work there while they brag about fake success (new office location? it's smaller and cheaper, it's not because of success), zero transparency so current employees have no idea how bad it is unless they're fired. Those that know its bad, fake it....end of last year most of the leadership team left or were fired. No one cares about the culture and if HR isn't there to promote it, then why bother working there. The CEO and other managers left, along with the last HR leader and CFO because they knew what was happening, there's no money, they knew what was going on and got out. Duluth is the only thing keeping company alive but they operate like a 90's call center. The ship is going down, don't work here and if you do, get out and find a better job or company, it's not worth the black hole on your resume.

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    4. 1.0
      Former Employee, more than 3 years

      Same shop different name

      Aug 15, 2015 - Anonymous Employee in Alpharetta, GA
      Recommend
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      Pros

      I left a many months ago and I still have active health care insurance! What more can you ask for?!

      Cons

      Massive turnover. Everyone is looking to leave. The only people not looking are the clueless management and their drones. It's like a "Going Out of Business Sell" where the only things left is crap no one else wants. Massive internal circles of incompetence. Left hand don't know what the right hand is doing. The company is very shaky. They depend on quarterly funding of some rich guy to keep the lights on. They losing more money than they make. Don't work for these clowns. If you do, expect no less than 60 hours work week.

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    5. 1.0
      Current Employee, more than 3 years

      Analyst

      Aug 18, 2016 - Health Data Analyst in Duluth, GA
      Recommend
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      Pros

      You have the opportunity to learn from some very skilled analysts and enhance your knowledge of Excel and SPSS, as well as the healthcare industry as a whole. This company could be a great stepping stone if you are looking to advance your analytical skills and get your feet wet in the healthcare industry. The work from home days are a nice perk and are definitely needed during periods where there is max workload. Additionally, the “worker bees” aka employees are great to work with and are extremely hard workers. There are some truly gifted employees on the operations teams, but the same cannot be said for senior management.

      Cons

      First of all, use caution when considering reviews written around March 2016. Many employees were instructed by management to leave positive reviews on this website around that time. The company is top-heavy. At times it feels like there are more Senior VP’s than there are actual employees. Let me begin by saying that I decided to write this in the hopes that it will spare someone the agony of accepting employment at this company. I know nothing will be done by anyone in senior management to rectify the problems that currently plague low and mid-level employees. Unfortunately, I know this because they have done employee satisfaction surveys in the past and accomplished absolutely nothing after the fact. However before doing absolutely nothing with the feedback they received about how to improve the company, management spent months making us explain exactly why we responded that we hated the company. Which guess what, did not help anyone like the company any more. In fact, the one positive change they did make was to establish a team of representatives from each department to meet monthly and discuss ideas about improvement. However that went away once new management came on board and no one had the foresight/knowledge to keep this team around. HR is beyond incompetent and if you need to contact them regarding anything (payroll or benefits), expect to send at least five emails before you get a response. None of the internal systems communicate with one another and senior management seems determined to purchase and implement more and more of these (brand new, very expensive) systems without proper planning or communication. This is one example of how management is trying to make the company be perceived as high-tech, but really they just swapped out one insufficient, outdated system for another that can’t be integrated with any other programs or systems. Also, the analytics team is responsible for facilitating the transition between these systems, often at their busiest reporting times which is perfect for maximizing employee unhappiness. Seriously, the redundancy of work is astounding. Additionally, everything is done manually which leaves a huge margin for error in nearly everything. None of this matters to the sales team, as they will guarantee client deliverables without first consulting operations and determining whether these things are even feasible. By promising clients deliverables that literally cannot be met with current resources, they set the company up for failure. There is no pushback on these things and production is simply pressured to work harder and longer (somehow without dying from lack of sleep). It’s kind of laughable, really. Since the company was purchased in 2015, they have brought in new managers who clearly have no regard for “legacy” employees or any knowledge of the industry. They seem to hire people they know and these people add very little value to the organization. Again, they have these ideas and processes that sound great, but when it comes to execution they simply cannot meet their own expectations. It’s frustrating because they don’t realize how valuable their employees could be if they would only: Listen to their ideas and insights (since most employees have been in the industry and/or at the company for longer than most of the management team combined) Compensate them fairly Provide a reasonable workload Promote on a basis of ability and merit I have learned a lot, but it has not been worth the stress or the amount of personal time I dedicated to an insurmountable workload.

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