A relaxed work environment at a non-profit company with a mission you can feel good about: protecting patient safety in healthcare.
Editor (Former Employee) – Plymouth Meeting, PA – April 25, 2016
A relaxed work environment at a non-profit company with a mission you can feel good about: protecting patient safety in healthcare. Unfortunately, the company's relatively small size, limited budget, essentially "flat" management structure, and presence of "entrenched" legacy employees make opportunities for advancement rare. Great place for researchers and people with clinical degrees who are looking to step out of the hospital and into the office. Despite some drawbacks, my overall experience was a positive one--a good company with good employees.
Analyst (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – November 27, 2015
The company is doing a great service for patients but its culture is very odd. People are not friendly and make no attempts to be friendly. It is easy to feel isolated even in an office of only cubes. Teams and departments are very siloed. Also, the culture seems snobbish in that you must have a graduate degree to be worthy enough to work there. If you are looking to make friends with coworkers, try someplace else.
Senior Customer Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Plymouth Meeting, PA – September 8, 2014
The mission of the organization and the values of the staff deliver consistent improvement on medical care delivery. Unfortunately, dictator management has a unique point of view on work production, ethics, and employees.
nice cafeterias on each floor/free coffee and soda
no public transportation drop off close to campus location, inflexibility to personal growth of employees
Exceptional organization at providing relevant data for hospitals and health plans to make buying or coverage policy decisions
National Sales Director / Account Manager (Former Employee) – Akron, Ohio – January 31, 2013
My typical work day consisted of working with my reports,follow up on lead generation and closing deals. I served in a dual role. Our sales are done either through customer visits or live meeting webinars. Our customers are hospitals, health plans, manufacturers, consultants and venture capitalists. The sales cycle is generally six months to one year. It typically involves buy-in at various levels, although our primary point of contact is the C-Suite. The most difficult part of the job was having to walk away from some business if it did not fit with our strict non conflict of interest policy. Many times the job involved collaborating with many different colleagues to close a sale; Vice President of Sales, Business Line Managers, Product Directors and others.The most enjoyable part of the job was completing the sale after months of follow up.
job directly and indirectly benefitted patients
strict conflict of interest policy could sometimes prohibit sales opportunities