Chesterfield-based National Medical Billing Services was recognized in the health IT and revenue cycle management category of the list. The company, which has 450 employees, has numerous initiatives to promote employee development, including a robust training program that includes more than 500 courses ranging from job-specific training to leadership training, according to Becker’s.
Kansas City-based Cerner also was recognized as a great place to work in the health IT and revenue cycle management category. The only other Missouri organization to make the list was Springfield Nephrology Associates, in the physician practices and medical groups category.
No Missouri-based hospitals or health systems made the list.
Factors considered for the list included workplace excellence, benefits offerings, wellness initiatives, professional development, diversity and inclusion, work-life balance and a sense of community among employees, according to Becker’s.
Source: St. Louis Business Journal