Modern Healthcare on Saturday released its unranked list of the "Best Places to Work" in health care for 2020, and 35 Advisory Board members made 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. This year's survey included questions on the employers' responses to the Covid-19 pandemic, but those responses were not factored into the calculations used to create the list, according to Modern Healthcare.
Modern Healthcare will release a ranked version of the list during its Workplace of the Future conference on Oct. 8.
This year, 35 organizations on the list are Advisory Board members:
Modern Healthcare notes that OptumCare Florida is part of UnitedHealth Group's OptumCare division. Daily Briefing is published by Advisory Board, which is a division of Optum. OptumCare is a separate division of Optum, and Optum is a wholly owned subsidiary of UnitedHealth Group (Modern Healthcare, "Best Places to Work," 7/11; Modern Healthcare "Best Places to Work" eligibility criteria, accessed 7/13; Modern Healthcare "Best Places to Work" FAQs, accessed 7/13).
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