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Solera Health

Solera Health is a leading healthcare company in the US comitted to changing lives by guiding people seamlessly to better health solutions, while providing payers and employers the tools to manage providers and outcomes across conditions.

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Great company culture in an exciting feild

11/28/2023 - Interim Chief Technology Officer
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Pros

The company culture at Solera is very supportive and collaborative. It's a 100% virtual company, so that can be challenging. But Solera makes a point at having regular company communications, virtual events, town halls and all the tools you need to be successful remotely. I've worked my whole career in healthcare technology, and I'm very excited about the Solera product offering and feel that it is making a meaningful impact on people's health and the healthcare system in the US. The feedback loop with the member is really tight, as we help support adoption and success of digital wellness apps. That makes working here very rewarding as we can see every day how many people are using their apps and what measurable difference the apps are making in their day-to-day health. It's a fun place to work too, with light hearted segments in every town hall and plenty of opportunities to get to know your fellow co-workers.

Cons

Compared to where I worked before, Solera is a small company. That has a lot of benefits in how fast we can move and adapt to the market. But it also brings challenges when it comes to resourcing. It took a bit of getting used to for me, coming from a large company background. Although after adjusting, I'm super comfortable now in a small company setting and don't know if I'll ever go back to the mega-companies!

At Solera Health we are committed to changing lives and improving healthcare for everyone. We are passionate about creating an inclusive workplace that promotes and values diversity allowing everyone to feel empowered to bring their full, authentic selves to work.  Our human capital is the most valuable asset we have. The collective sum of the individual differences, life experiences, knowledge, inventiveness, innovation, self-expression, unique capabilities, and talent that our employees invest in their work represents a significant part of not only our culture, but our reputation and company’s achievement as well.

At Solera Health, we are committed to:

  • a workplace which is free from discrimination, harassment, bullying, victimization, and vilification
  • treating employees fairly and with respect
  • a workplace culture that is inclusive and embraces individual differences
  • equal employment opportunities based on ability, performance, and potential
  • awareness in all staff of their rights and responsibilities with regards to fairness, equity, and respect for all aspects of diversity
  • flexible work practices and policies to support employees and their changing needs
  • attraction, retention, and development of a diverse range of talented people
  • equitable frameworks and policies, processes and practices that limit potential unconscious bias
Solera Health Awards & Accolades

2022 Best Tech Startups in Arizona, The Tech Tribune, 2022 PBGH Innovations Summit, Pittsburgh Business Group on Health, 2021

Recent News
Yahoo! Finance

Solera Health Secures $4 Million in Series A1 Funding

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Solera Health Expands its Curated Network to Help Payers and Employers Address High-Cost Cardiometabolic Disease

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GlobeNewsWire

Solera Chief Medical Officer Dr. Byron Crowe Recognized as One of Modern Healthcare’s 40 Under 40

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