Be Your Best Self at Work and in Life With a Job at ClaimTrak
Since 1990, ClaimTrak’s behavioral healthcare supportive services software has provided inpatient, outpatient, and residential organizations with critical clinical, billing, scheduling, and reporting infrastructure, as well as medication management and primary care integration. With ClaimTrak maintaining and monitoring, important information is always accessible, and managing a healthcare program is seamless and simple.
Another thing that’s seamless and simple? Communication. At ClaimTrak, open dialogue between employees and management is common and constant—and being curious, expressive, and helpful is always the expectation. Basically, ClaimTrak provides the platform for every employee to grow into the best versions of themselves.
“People here are sincere and authentic in the work they’re doing and deliver an exceptional product,” says Brian Beckstead, who runs Product Training and Education at ClaimTrak. “It doesn’t feel like we’re doing work. We just feel like a team that’s trying to get big problems solved.”
ClaimTrak wants its employees to have both satisfying professional careers and the time to tend to personal obligations—fulfilling workday responsibilities while still attending parent-teacher conferences and little league soccer games. The company encourages employees to maintain happy, healthy, and active social lives, recognizing that life outside of work is just as important.
And even with this value, employees love coming into work every day for the challenge it brings: “Bring your passion, because there are passionate people that work here. Be willing to challenge yourself—take on responsibility—and be willing to deliver on it,” advises Chris Yakscoe, VP and Head of Customer Success at ClaimTrak.
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