Clinical Nurse III (Former Employee) – connecticut – February 16, 2018
SIS is the EMR that my recent job uses. I am not employed by the company. The company trained me to be a trainer when the system first came aboard our institution. Many upgrades and other staff have now been assigned to manage it.
Implementation Consultant (Former Employee) – Alpharetta, GA – October 30, 2015
Learned all I know about Healthcare through my experiences while working for SIS. Truly thankful for all the opportunities of growth I was able to tap through the work I was given. Most enjoyable part of work as a travelling employee was working with the Nurse and Anesthesia teams across the USA.
Co-workers are generally excellent people, but onboarding is lacking at best.
Benefits are sufficient.
SIS has a 'vision', a plan to change process within, that is almost a decade old. There are always meetings concerning this, but little action in this matter. Changes that do occur are limited to certain individuals, and not made available for the entire department in many situations.
Advancement in the company is limited to the select few, while other deserving employees are overlooked.
The best employees are those who do not know what is happening in the main office since they are on the road/remote. They don't have much support outside of their department.
Inter-department communication is many times difficult, and personnel holds professional grudges and favoritism.
The company culture was no matter your working style you were accepted.
Executive Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Alpharetta, GA – February 10, 2014
The owner of this company believed that if you were giving the tools and the knowledge that you could accomplish the task. There was always an "open door" policy long before it was the norm to do so. This was a great company to work for.
Great people and culture.
Was bought by a major company and the culture changed.