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If you like to stay in your own lane, and wait until your manager gives you a to-do list to get started for the day, Medecision is probably not the place for you. We hope you already learned a little more about our culture and our values. If you like what you saw, then by all means…let’s get going. Find your next job here.

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What is a Liberator?

A Liberator is the spark that will ignite change. Someone who is always learning, changing, growing and adapting. Liberators are part of a community. We’re all passionate about healthcare and how it’s impacted us and others. We see that the system is broken and we’re dedicated to fixing it. Learn more about our culture.

What does it take to be a Liberator?

We’ll let some of the people who live our values every day answer that question.

Our Values & Culture

Medecision Campus Partnership Program

Our commitment to building a talented, diverse and inclusive workforce takes on many forms. One is our Medecision Campus Partnership Program, which connects us with students from all walks of life who share our core values of passion and innovation, and our mission to liberate healthcare. Forging relationships with colleges and students from our home base of Texas and across the nation is part of a larger recruitment program that’s helping us pave the way to mutually beneficial opportunities. It’s also challenging us to gain and leverage fresh insight from individuals who will help shape the future of business and healthcare.

One recent example of this program was our collaboration with the University of Michigan’s Ross Multidisciplinary Action Project (MAP). As a sponsor of MAP, Medecision tasked a diverse team of top MBA students, guided by senior faculty, to tackle a business challenge. We asked them to help us think about how to best engage and support vulnerable, underserved and diverse populations during and beyond the COVID crisis, and gained valuable and actionable insight from their unbiased perspectives and data-driven recommendations.

Find out more about who we are and what liberating the healthcare system means.