National Practice Advocate (Current Employee) – Tampa, FL – January 11, 2017
Co workers were great and the environment could have been a little better with better facilities. Management usually was status quo... They did not know how to compete with our competitors and were afraid of implementing changes that would allow us to make a real difference. The hardest part of the job was waiting on paper work that was essential to close the deal. The most enjoyable is when the paperwork arrives and your able to move forward with scheduling for installation.
Field Technician (Former Employee) – Myrtle Beach, SC – September 13, 2016
Think I work for but after management changes and 2010 they started letting the older field techs go. I work for this company for around 10 years. At one time my normal territory for them was Southeastern North Carolina, the east coast of South Carolina and North Eastern part of Georgia. For several months they needed techs for the central part of South Carolina and the upper part of South Carolina, having worked for them for so long I agree to also cover those territories until they could find techs to take care of them. Then when I had to go out for back surgery they gave my territory away to somebody else. My advice stay away stay far away
Great opportunity to improve lives of medical patients through digital media
Director Customer Experience (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – February 9, 2016
AccentHealth has been in business for over 20 years, so there's a lot of stability. But the business operates very entreprenurially, so good ideas can get implemented quickly. It's a great blend of stable and agile. Great people, products and services.
Flexible, caring, but demanding and unrealistic at times
Job Title (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – October 11, 2014
Company cares very much about their employees; pays them very well, values teamwork and having fun; is very flexible with job/work/life balancing; however, management sets forth aggressive, and at times, very unrealistic deadlines for types of work needed; tempo of work is at times fast and issues are "band-aided" instead of worked through to avoid repeat occurrence; some managers question your every move or statement making you feel micromanaged; politics between managers hold this company back from truly being a great company