It will most likely be a series of phone interviews. They are looking for NPs but have some PAs that do work for them as well. They are willing to work with NPs who are new grads as well. They have a historically high turnover rate so getting hired shouldn't be a problem, especially if you live in or near an area where they have clients, or if you are willing to travel. The vast majority of their positions involve those NPs who go into members' homes and perform a health risk assessment. This involves a large number of questions and a short physical exam. In my experience, their clients, the Medicare Advantage insurance carriers, are looking for a complete list of medical diagnoses on their members. While you are obtaining this information, you will also identify unmet medical needs and then make the proper referrals to an insurance carrier case manager, to their PCP, emergency services, etc. Having experience dealing with geriatric patients is a definite plus but I do not think it would be a deal breaker. They are a company that is growing very quickly and they are known for offering incentives for their staff to work additional days during their busiest times. Time management is also an essential skill.