A “Top Place to Work”

November 16, 2015  |  Category: Company Updates

For years PatientKeeper has made its mark in the healthcare IT world by developing software that physicians actually like to use. Hospital leaders appreciate how rare and valuable that is.

Similarly, there’s nothing more satisfying to a human resources executive than to have your organization’s employees say how much they like working for it. That’s precisely what PatientKeeper’s employees have done in earning our company a spot on the Boston Globe’s 2015 list of “Top Places to Work” in Massachusetts.

Our organization has experienced significant growth and change over the years, culminating in last year’s acquisition by HCA. The way in which our new parent company and existing leadership team have come together to embrace the best parts of PatientKeeper and enhance those with the best parts of HCA is unprecedented. It’s great to know that our employees feel the same way.

“The success of a company is not only measured by its revenue and profits, but also by the loyalty and satisfaction of its employees,” Katie Johnston, Boston Globe workplace reporter and Top Places to Work editor, said in announcing this year’s list. “The winning companies have developed innovative ways to engage and motivate their workers, which often serves as a key factor in innovation and leads to better professional performance.”

That’s certainly true at PatientKeeper, and we’re delighted that our employees aren’t bashful about saying so.

Vice President, Human Resources
Mike brings over 20 years of human resource management experience to PatientKeeper. He has worked for a broad spectrum of organizations from professional partnerships to Fortune 100 companies, including Philips Medical Systems and McKesson.