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HealthTap Jobs & Careers in Palo Alto, CA


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4 days ago

Head of Talent and Happiness

HealthTap Palo Alto, CA

As a Talent Acquisition Manager, you’re skilled in the art and science of growing a world-class team with a deep commitment to quality, HealthTap’s… HealthTap


14 days ago

QA Engineer

HealthTap Palo Alto, CA

• You never compromise on quality. Never. • You understand the entire software development process • You’re a champion at regression analysis… HealthTap


14 days ago

Product Manager

HealthTap Palo Alto, CA

As a Product Manager with unique problem-solving capabilities and a deep passion for quality, you have the talent to create innovative products that… HealthTap


14 days ago

Frontend Engineer

HealthTap Palo Alto, CA

As a Frontend Engineer with unique problem-solving capabilities and a deep passion for quality, you have the talent to craft amazing, elegant code in… HealthTap


14 days ago

Lead Architect (Data)

HealthTap Palo Alto, CA

• You believe every experience, good or bad, is an opportunity to learn and do better. • You are convinced that the best use of experience is to… HealthTap


17 days ago

Sales Director

HealthTap Palo Alto, CA

you have the talent to market innovative healthcare products to vice president and C-level executives of HR departments. You will define, and refine… HealthTap


23 days ago

Android Mobile App Developer

HealthTap Palo Alto, CA

As a Android Mobile App Developer with unique problem-solving capabilities, you have a deep passion for quality, and the talent to craft amazing… HealthTap


14 days ago

Marketing and Social Media Communication Specialist

HealthTap Palo Alto, CA

As a Marketing and Social Media Communication Specialist with uniquely creative problem-solving capabilities and a deep passion for quality, you have… HealthTap


25 days ago

UX Research Specialist

HealthTap Palo Alto, CA

As a User Experience Research Lead with unique problem-solving capabilities a deep passion for quality, you have the talent to create innovative… HealthTap


27 days ago

Business Intelligence Analyst

HealthTap Palo Alto, CA

As a Business Intelligence Analyst with exacting quantitative skills and a deep passion for quality, you have the talent to extract insights from… HealthTap


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    Current Employee - Software Engineer in Palo Alto, CA (US)
    Current Employee - Software Engineer in Palo Alto, CA (US)

    I have been working at HealthTap full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    I will blend pros and cons together:
    I’ve been with HealthTap for a while now, and I wanted to take a minute to write a review, because I think that there’s a very important positive transformation that happened over the past few months that is already felt very positively, and if continues, will make HealthTap as successful as Apple/Google are, if not even more (the size of the opportunity in transforming healthcare is unbelievable).

    I’ve been following HeatlhTap almost from when it just started, first from the outside, then I applied, and then as an employee. I’ve seen the founding team working really hard to figure out first the product, then growth, and now the business model. At the same time, I’ve seen most of the other companies in digital health either going out of business or moving to providing services that are not really healthcare (office management software etc…) HealthTap continued to be true to its mission, has grown to be a leader in the field, and raised significant capital from some of the best investors in the world, and it has now helped hundreds of millions of people. Having said that, initially, these guys really worked around the clock. If you ask me if this is necessary, I don’t think it’s the case, but on the other hand, I did not ever built a company that has really changed the world (although now I’m participating in it.) Also, Ron, the CEO, although one of the smartest, most passionate and hard working CEO’s I’ve ever met, did not seem to give direct access to him to employees at all levels – which I think could have been handled better.

    In the past few months, I’ve seen a big transformation in the company:
    • HealthTap moved to a new amazing office on University Avenue in Palo Alto
    • Benefits (dental/vision/food/funstuff) are some of the best I’ve ever seen.
    • Periodically successful speakers share their insights in company meetings
    • The CEO has started an open door policy (which I know people have already used), and he actually listens to what employees have suggested (some of the recent changes come from people I know talked with him about these).
    • The company has become much more transparent with data, and now it’s very clear to everyone where we are, and what are our shared and individuals goals – and this is really motivating!
    • Finally, everyone is now participating in both ideation and implementation of growth, and we’re already seeing great results (and people now see how their ideas/work contributes to the company’s success).
    • The bar for hiring has gone up and the interview process has become much more selective.

    Cons

    See above – but also, it’s still not your corporate 9-6 job. But hey, it’s a world changing startup and I could go back to my previous big company job if that’s what I was looking for (and to be honest, my previous company was a very nice place to work for, but quite boring). Also, the office is not in San Francisco (which could have been nice).

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Continue the new trend of listening to employees - it’s a huge boost to morale, and you have very smart people who can help not only in getting things done, but also with ideas of what to do and how.

    Also, add more creative outlets: I really like the “whiteboard” glass walls all across both floors. It’s really important to give people freedom to express themselves. Think about more ways to encourage creativity and self-expression.

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