Quality Assurance Engineer (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – September 30, 2017
Can't rate as far as Benefits; I never received any inasmuch as I was a contractor. Good technical people (programmers and Business Analysts). Each day brought new challenges as their business was healthcare management systems; this was totally foreign environment for me.
There were tight deadlines that were sometimes difficult to make because development took longer than expected and the customers frequently changed requirements. However, I got a lot of in depth relational DB experience writing a lot of SQL code (PL / SQL & MS Server).
The management made some promises that they didn't keep regarding retention.
Allowed to work independently for the most part.
I could have worked more efficiently from home, but generally that was not allowed.
Network and Security Operator II (Current Employee) – Tempe, AZ – September 18, 2017
I started here after graduating with an AS in Network Administration. I've learned a few things about managing a data center and end user support. Working nights has been exhausting but the pay compensation was worth it.
Supervisor / Pharmacy Tech (Current Employee) – Tempe, AZ – August 20, 2017
Medimpact promotes from within as employees' skills in one department will carry over to other roles/departments. Good compensation and benefits. Ongoing training and senior leadership does make efforts to engage their employees and be transparent about the company.
Software Engineer IV (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – May 23, 2017
MedImpact is a good company over all. However, it is depends on which department you are working for and who your boss is. Some managers abuse their employees and treat employees unfairly. Some IT department managers don't seem to work for business. IT developed very bad software and forced business users to use it. They hide issues under the rugs and blame others for problems. Many developers don't want to share their knowledge because they were afraid of loosing their job. It is the worse IT department I have ever work for. Stay away from IT department.
Pharmacy Solicitation Contract Coordinator (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – May 9, 2017
Good place to work, but I am a contractor and I would like to find a permanent position. When I began working here I had not been in the PBM world before. Many new things to learn but the team I am on is a great team and provides many learning opportunities.
I have taken on more tasks than what I was hired to do but I had the opportunity to expend my knowledge of the PBM industry.
IT Analyst (Current Employee) – San Diego – March 10, 2017
This company has gone through a lot of changes and has grown a lot in the last 10 years. The IT department especially has grown and has changed it's culture.
Overall there have been a lot of turnover in IT for particular teams due to the bad and unethical management. This is the worst of all the years I have been there. All the good people are slowly moving out and new hires are not well trained and skilled.
Good people to work with that are not at management level
IT management don't know what they are doing and most of the time, they do not put the company at best interest.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Belleville, MI – July 26, 2016
Nothing is what it seems here. Co workers are overwhelmed and tired, there is no incentive or appreciation for overworked employees, it feels like jail because EVERY SINGLE THING you do is monitored and timed. No music to help the day go by (unless you are a supervisor or a PA specialist). Even restroom breaks are timed and counted against you. NO job security for contracted employees and very high turnover rate. Literally the most enjoyable part of the job is the coworkers because management doesn't communicate with you at all unless you do something wrong. This company needs to reflect and figure out why the turnover is so high and maybe change some things to make their employees feel more valued no matter if they are full time or contracting...each are EQUALLY important.
very short breaks, no electronics allowed, no management relationship, feeling expendable everyday
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Tempe, AZ 85284 – May 15, 2016
It paid the bills. Not something I enjoy doing nor is it a place where I enjoy being. Laid back, drama free environment, lots of pot lucks and catering. Everyone is helpful and puts in a team effort for the most part.
pot lucks or catered lunch often, not a LOT of micromanaging
High call volume, no time between calls (10 seconds) to document