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B-Line Medical Overview

Washington, DC (US)
51 to 200 employees
2005
Company - Private
Computer Hardware & Software
$10 to $25 million (CAD) per year
EMS (Education Management Solutions), CAE, Laerdal Medical Corp.
Over the past 10 years, B-Line Medical has grown from a small start-up with four U.S. medical school clients to become the world's leading provider of video-driven healthcare education solutions for both simulated and live clinical care environments. B-Line ... Read more

Mission: Provide healthcare educators and clinicians with innovative video-driven solutions to effect real and immediate improvement in the delivery of care.

OUR PASSION
Improving Patient Safety

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    I worked at B-Line Medical full-time

    Pros

    Very noble company mission (to improve patient care through software) and with it some of the best people I have ever worked with
    Great learning opportunities with interesting video tech in a very collaborative environment
    Almost exclusively promotes management from within, the people running the company actually understand what its like to be on the ground floor
    Unique and fun benefits: company/team outings, lunches, charity work, and the amazing christmas break!
    High performing employees are recognized and rewarded, you aren't just a cog in the machine

    Cons

    The one major con: salaries can't keep pace with the money to be made from federal contracting/high end tech companies in the DC area
    Not a lot of career mobility due to the size of the company
    Development side of the company is disconnected from the client side of the company, can cause some friction

    Advice to Management

    Its unfortunate but like others before and probably after me, I left to keep my salary up to pace with the high end IT salaries common in the DC area. I'm not sure what can be done short of relocating the entire company to a lower COL area.

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    Application

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at B-Line Medical (Washington, DC (US)).

    Interview

    Had two phone interviews. First one was with a director of operations who had done interviewing for years. Spoke about the company and my resume. Asked me to compare the different positions I had in the past. Second interview was with the lead developer. He got fixated on one technology listed on my resume (that wasn't my main focus) out of interest. Was concerned with out systems worked rather than just putting them into practice.

    Interview Questions

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