- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I have been working at HealthTap full-time (More than 8 years)
Mission to help the world AND enable people to live longer, healthier, happier lives
Knowing that your work is directly helping millions.
Great work environment in the heart of silicon valley
Perks that make your life easier at work
Culture of caring
Healthcare is hard. Under new management, you'll have greater responsibility to "figure it out" and make a contribution
It's less intense than when we started, but it's still true that you don't change the world working 10am to 3pm.
Healthcare is hard. Under new management, you'll have greater responsibility to "figure it out" and make a contribution (if this is a con, you're not a fit for the company)
Advice to Management
Keep focused on distributing what we've done, with a goal of reaching and helping one billion people
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at HealthTap (Palo Alto, CA (US)) in October 2018.
Got email from headhunter, interview had been scheduled promptly. I have been reading negative reviews about HealthTap and my interview experience pretty much in line with bad reviews. My interviewer just join the company month ago and could’t answer simple question: how do you like working for HealthTap so far? Then he started non stop questions and tasks, all verbal: you have table a,b,c with columns .... and so on. Then another task and another, all together around 6-7 and every time I had to imagine all those tales/columns and on the spot get an answer. Really, can they prepare better for interview? Do they know about shared screen, tables schema, launchpad, properly written questions? I feel the single purpose of interview was to catch me on something I don’t know and therefore so many tasks were given. Doesn’t look like interviewer bothered to read my resume, when asked if I know dimension and fact tables...Serously? It is in my resume - 8 years as datawarehouse specialist with 2 courses in Kimball University. To summarize: do not waste your time with interview at HealthTap, they not professional and don’t respect engineers, looks like bad reviews at Glassdoor are real.