MD Insider’s software is every patient’s dream come true: It offers a unique behind-the-scenes look at the medical industry. More specifically, the company provides a factual database on physician performance, quality of care, experience, and medical costs—all of which are significant factors needed to make better-informed and affordable healthcare decisions.
According to CTO Eric Wilson, the medical industry has been hidden away for years and most people don’t know what goes on. “If you think about what happens when you go to a doctor, it’s an isolated incident,” explains Wilson, “They know what happens, they know what they prescribed, they know the kind of treatment they gave you.” But the problem arises when someone who’s looking for the same treatment doesn’t know that information. Instead of asking a friend or going to Google for the answer, Wilson says that MD Insider provides for clients the “intelligence that is so desperately needed.”
Team members recognize the breakthrough that their work is making in the medical industry. Product manager Kelly Su, for instance, is excited to be simplifying the healthcare process for millions and allowing communities to take charge of their well-being. “What MD Insider is doing is groundbreaking,” Su says. “I’m proud that I’m a part of this product and a part of the team making this happen.”
While MD Insider’s mission is to bring transparency to the medical industry, the company is also committed to caring for the health of its employees. Besides paying 100% of team members’ medical, dental, and vision benefits, MD Insider has an unlimited paid time-off policy. The company trusts its employees to make sure their responsibilities are covered, so it’s happy to empower them to take time away from work to rest and recharge.
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