Triage Consulting Group does most of their recruiting on campus for the entry level Associate position, but they do have a page that allows you to apply online.

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Jason Seiden and I often refer to the work that we’re doing with Found Your Career and other courses that we’re developing as career triage. It’s a practical, informal, and just-in-time approach that gives you what you need when you need it. I’m sure that Triage Consulting Group (which is based in both San Francisco and Atlanta) chose their name for a similar reason, although it might also have something to do with the fact that they’re “financial consultants to the healthcare industry.” The company was started to serve the needs of hospitals, and they do this through 10 services that drive 98% of their revenue: Payment Review, Workers’ Compensation Review, Contract Analyses and Negotiations, Litigation Support, Clinical Denials, Medicare Review, Revenue Cycle Consulting, Silent PPO Review, Capitation Risk Pool Audits, and Government Compliance Audits, including Medicaid and TRICARE.

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Ok, that stuff doesn’t sound all that much fun to me, but if you have a mind for numbers and an interest in the healthcare industry, it would be absolutely fascinating work—especially given all the talk about healthcare reform right now. Triage Consulting Group is a relatively small company with somewhere in the neighborhood of 200 employees; however, they’ve been named one of the “Best Small & Medium Companies to Work for in America” by the SHRM and the Great Place to Work Institute for the last five years. Triage’s Careers site definitely reflects this, as it’s loaded with in-depth information about what it’s like to work for the company. It’s definitely one of the most in-depth Careers sites that I’ve seen. They seem to do most of their recruiting on campus for their entry level Associate position, but they do have a page that allows you to apply online. Unfortunately, it says, “At this time, we are no longer accepting applications. Please check back with us in the summer.”

Well, it’s summer now. Time to pounce. While other candidates are getting discouraged by this notice and waiting around until they’re told to apply, you should jump on this opportunity and see if you can network your way into a job with Triage Consulting Group. That’s the kind of stuff we teach in our “career triage” course, Found Your Career. We’ll leave it up to you how to make the first contact, but I’ll recommend that you start with their company LinkedIn Profile or their team page.

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  1. Roxy says:

    Hi Willy, I used to work at Great Place to Work Institute. I visited Triage and got to meet with the senior leadership and employees. Great Place to Work examines orgs thoroughly. If an org is on the list, they have outstanding senior management. Triage has outstanding senior management, and that makes all the difference in your job. Especially for entry level workers because if your boss is treated well by their boss, etc., then they will in turn pass on that treatment to you. I also know that at Triage they travel a lot to client sites around the country but they try to make it easy on you by allowing you to fly out a friend and also have you go in teams so you’re not all alone in the midwest. Their mission is also compelling – they help hospitals turn around their finances so they can provide services to communities that need them. Maybe that, in fact, would be the best reason to go for a job there.

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