accounting (Former Employee) – Raleigh, NC – April 28, 2017
There is always something new to learn! This is a place you would have to experience for yourself to get an idea of the work environment. Every department is different, most people seem happy in their positions.
Management rides on employee's coattails...they cannot produce an original though therefore you will need to make them look good. Constant threats regarding your job security. Management is belittling & condescending, but quick to take your credit!
Upper management hasn't a clue. They try to tell you how to do your job, but are so far removed from the position they don't know whats best.
Tiger/PM EDI Technical Support (Former Employee) – Raleigh, NC – September 20, 2016
The workload is heavy, but the people there are like family. I still go to lunch on a regular basis with co-workers from Allscripts. The work is stressful because of the deadlines and sales goals, etc...
Regional Vice President National Accounts (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – September 10, 2016
MedHost was founded in 1984 and has weathered the changes of healthcare and regulations. They have designed new solutions that are becoming competitive in the market and should be able to compete in the short term.
AVP of hosting sales is terrible. Calls out people in front of large groups to embarrass them if they have even the slightest incorrect answer. I have never worked for a company that puts up with that kind of harassment by any executive
Sr. technical support consultant (Former Employee) – Raleigh, NC – August 15, 2016
I worked in support for 13 years. When I first began with the company it was a great environment that was very family oriented. After 2 mergers the culture changed and I saw many friends, smart talent being laid off for the bottom line. The company is more concerned with getting two bodies in there for lower pay with no experience than keeping talent who know the systems and processes. Upper management became more concerned with a turn and burn attitude rather than the customer satisfaction. Many support jobs were sent to India along with development where the concept and understanding of US Healthcare is nonexistent. Job responsibilities on US workers were higher than Indian counterparts leading to a very stressful and hostile work environment. When asked by friend if I would ever go back to Allscripts my answer has always been absolutely not!!
Great place to experience EMR application and ancillary systems
System Analyst - Pharmacy (Current Employee) – New Hyde Park, NY – July 2, 2016
Review emails Meeting with management and project managers Review with immediate management and scope Work with co workers on several projects to achieve goal of project assigned. Numerous amounts of projects running at the same time but with assistance with management. Most enjoyable part of the job is learning from management who I learn from on a daily basis to apply both at work and personal life
Advance career and learning opportunities
Unexpected incidents, but collaborative teamwork to achieve results
Management does not care about employees, they are more interested in cutting costs, and outsourcing. Management is rude, difficult to work with, and sucks up constantly to the directors. The entire company is comprised of a "good old boys" network...
Interface Analyst (Former Employee) – South Burlington, VT – April 19, 2016
Chaotic management. No job security at all. Work/life balance is nonexistent. Long, long hours are required with no comp time given for weekend work. When you work for Allscripts, they own you. They will not hesitate to outsource jobs to India.
Vice President (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – February 23, 2016
What used to be a market leader has now dwindled to the point in which the company is fighting to stay relevant. Continuous SG&A cuts, offshoring of jobs and an employee attrition rate of nearly 20%. Pockets of good people doing good work; however, most have a hard time getting anything done. Portions of the senior executive team are petulant children. There is no corporate culture, only fighting your fellow colleague to get ahead. And - the software is antiquated, is nowhere near cloud based or SaaS and none of the platforms work together...the result of a growth via acquisition model.