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Care Team Member LPN/LVN (Remote Patient Monitoring) : Oregon License Required

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Additional WA, CA, OR, Compact license preferred. LPN/LVN with unrestricted license in Oregon. Health Coach certification a plus. Three to five years of clinical experience, patient management, or disease management desired....

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    They do business with integrity and rational thinking. Overall, it's an excellent place to work, with products that are winning in the marketplace.


  • Great Place to Leave Your Mark Marketing

    2022-05-29 15:38:25.427

    I'm a big fan of companies the size of Optimize Health—large enough that you're not couch-diving for pennies to run a digital ad campaign out of the founders garage, small enough that you're likely to work alongside all of the executive team pretty soon after joining. Optimize is a place where the leadership team brings on experts and trusts them to bring their expertise to the table. Biggest Pros - Trust in team members and across teams - Leadership team willing to admit mistakes and invest where investment is needed - Remote work environment where you're accountable to the work getting done, not accounting for what you're doing every minute of every day - List of benefits that seems to grow monthly - Unlimited PTO policy that's encouraged and respected - Group of humans that means it when they DE&I is a priority

    Biggest Cons - Still a ton of process and standards to be developed—times when there is no playbook and no one to tell you how to proceed but yourself - Priorities can fall into grey areas between teams without a single-threaded owner - Super new team—very few people with a tenure past 1-year - Career ladders and promotional paths are very much work in progress - Core values should be reevaluated (I know this is currently in progress)