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Carenet healthcare navigator Named One of the Best Places to Work Again
June 25, 2013 - San Antonio
Carenet Healthcare Services, a leading provider of performance-driven care management, consumer engagement, and healthcare navigator soultions, was recently ranked as number 12 on the Best Places to Work in San Antonio list. Up from number 13 in 2012, this is the second year in a row that Carenet has received this honor.
Approximately 200 companies were nominated, and winners of this award, presented by the San Antonio Business Journal, were selected based on employee measurement of 37 attributes known to drive employee engagement.
The Carenet leadership team is dedicated to creating an extraordinary workplace where people are excited to contribute, grow and succeed. The company offers a wide range of benefits and perks, including monthly bonuses for individuals and teams, generous health and retirement benefits, casual Fridays and logo-wear days, company luncheons and picnics, an annual family event, free gym membership, and a fully-stocked employee center with a fresh market and complimentary beverages.
“It’s a great time to be part of the Carenet team, and we are thrilled to be recognized as a great place to work,” said Vikie Spulak, Carenet’s executive vice president. “As a rapidly growing company, we must continually work hard to create and sustain a unique and inspiring environment for our employees. I am extremely proud of our incredible team and the culture we have created!”
For 25 years, Carenet has been helping major healthcare organizations get closer to their customers, members, and patients by providing 24/7 expert medical support and proactive outreach that empowers consumers to make the wisest choice for their health and their wallet. By combining leading-edge technology, unrivaled clinical and engagement expertise and compassionate care, Carenet educates, empowers and motivates more than 20 million consumers across the United States, Europe, Asia and Africa take a more active role in their healthcare.