Hawaii Medical Service Association
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Hawaii Medical Service Association Careers and Employment

About us
Caring for the people of Hawaii is our promise and our privilege. Working together with employers, partners, and physicians and other health care providers, we promote wellness; develop reliable, affordable health plans; and support members with clear, thoughtful guidance.

HMSA is the most experienced health plan in the state, covering more than
 – more... half of Hawaii’s population. As a recognized leader, we embrace our responsibility to strengthen the health and well-being of our community.

Headquartered on Oahu with centers statewide to serve our members, HMSA is an independent licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association.
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What is it like to work at Hawaii Medical Service Association?

3.3
Work/Life Balance
3.2
Compensation/Benefits
3.2
Job Security/Advancement
2.9
Management
3.1
Culture

What are people saying about the leadership at Hawaii Medical Service Association?

77%
of employees approve of Michael B. Stollar’s performance as CEO
CEO Approval is based on 57 ratings
4.0
Management
Written by BlueCard Operational Support Assistant II (Former Employee) from Honolulu, HI on April 14, 2018
Working for HMSA was the best place I have worked, management is what made it difficult to want to stay. HMSA has room to grow but under the right leadership.
Pros
Gym, Benefits
Cons
Management
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What do employees at Hawaii Medical Service Association say about culture and work-life balance?

Slow-paced
Quick-paced
Stressful
Relaxed
Competitive
Collaborative
3.0
It wasn't the worst of all jobs
Written by Art Director, Marketing & Communications (Former Employee) from Honolulu, HI on June 16, 2018
But it wasn't the best either: limited opportunity for growth, C-suite is mostly white male, favoritism shown to Japanese middle managers. Hardest part of the job: avoiding getting caught up in petty passive aggressive culture. The most enjoyable part of the job: being trusted to create quality work, not being micro-managed, and given enough time to - more...
Pros
Free on-site gym
Cons
Passive aggressive culture
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What did candidates say about the interview at Hawaii Medical Service Association?

Interview experience
Based on 15 interviews
Favorable
Interview difficulty
Based on 15 interviews
Medium
Interview process length
Based on 14 interviews
About two weeks
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