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May 14, 2019

Modern Healthcare's 150 'Best Places to Work' in 2019

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    Modern Healthcare on Saturday released its unranked list of the "Best Places to Work" in health care for 2019.

    Just updated: Get a 1-page cheat sheet on how Modern Healthcare calculates their list

    The list recognizes health care providers, suppliers, and insurers, and this year, 46 Advisory Board members were recognized.

    Congratulations to Advisory Board members named to the list


    The list is open to U.S. health care providers, insurers, and suppliers with at least 25 employees that have been in business for at least a year. Applicants must be a for-profit business, a nonprofit business, or a government entity.

    Applicants submit a two-part application to be considered for the list. The first part, worth 25% of a company's total score, addresses workplace policies, practices, and demographics. The second part, worth 75% of a company's total score, is an employee survey designed to measure employee experience.

    Modern Healthcare will release a ranked version of the list later this year (Modern Healthcare, "Best Places to Work 2019," 5/11; Modern Healthcare, "Best Places to Work" eligibility criteria, accessed 5/13; Modern Healthcare, "Best Places to Work" FAQs, accessed 5/13).

    Want to become a "Best Place to Work"?

    To determine their "Best Places to Work" list, Modern Healthcare collects information from each applicant's leadership team about the company's policies, practices, demographics, and benefits. The publication then surveys the company's staff about eight core areas.

    See below for the Advisory Board's latest research on four of these eight core areas.

    Then, download our cheat sheet for a summary on the methodology and metrics used to calculate Modern Healthcare's list.

    Access the Cheat Sheet

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