Higher quality, more affordable healthcare is a goal that most Americans would regard as lofty and laudable. Through its local office in Mason and a partner office in North Carolina, Ensemble is working to make that goal a reality.
Ensemble partners with hospitals and healthcare providers to manage revenue cycles, rolling up their sleeves to build real relationships, digging deep into the details and finding solutions that deliver lasting results. The organization was recently awarded the 2019 HFMA MAP Award for High Performance in Revenue Cycle, placing Ensemble’s level of performance among just 20 hospitals out of 6,210 in the country.
Ensemble believes its people have driven its success, and the company is continuing to grow their team on a massive scale. The company expects to create 1,100 new jobs in the Greater Cincinnati area by 2020, and the hiring process is already underway.
From finance and accounting to information systems and human resources, there are a variety of skills and backgrounds that the company’s recruiters are seeking. There is one thing that they do hope all employees share in common, though, no matter their skill set: an ability to fit into the company’s culture.
“The recruitment of the most talented people is very important to us, our employees are driving Ensemble’s growth and success,” said Shannon White, Ensemble President and Chief Operating Officer. “We’re looking for self-starters who are hungry for professional and personal growth. We believe we foster an environment where talented individuals can excel and shine.”
The company culture also values new ideas and process innovation, and they showcase those values with their own innovative approach to the hiring process. The Mason office, for example, is currently hosting open job interviews on Wednesdays as part of their “Walk-in Wednesday” initiative.
The walk-in initiative is a creative twist on traditional job interviews, removing bureaucratic barriers and streamlining the process. Qualified candidates can receive a job offer on the spot.
The company offers a competitive benefits package and is invested in the growth of its employees, offering several professional development opportunities. The company is also dedicated to the community, raising thousands of dollars and volunteering hundreds of hours for local non-profit organizations selected by the employees.
Recently, Ensemble was named a 150 Top Places to Work in Healthcare by Becker’s Hospital Review for promoting diversity within the workforce, employee engagement and professional growth.
Those benefits and initiatives, as well as an overall positive environment for employees, led to the Cincinnati Enquirer choosing as one of the 2019 Top Workplaces in the region. The award is a good sign for the company as it continues its recruitment process.
“Ensemble is different because it was created by a CEO who cares about the employees, workplace culture and the community,” said Paitra Pinkney, a Quality Assurance Auditor at Ensemble. “Ensemble means team and this is one big team and family. Ensemble truly cares about the development of their employees.”
Ensemble has provided the best culture I’ve worked in in my professional career,” said David Gaffey, Assistant Vice President of Accounts Receivable at Ensemble Health Partners. “Ensemble Health Partners has invested in my growth. Whether that’s certifications, whether that’s getting exposure to other clients, or to other industry events, there’s been nothing but support from how to grow as a leader and very purposeful actions taken in order to grow your technical or leadership skills.”
To accommodate the upcoming growth, the company will be moving its Mason campus to a 400,000 square foot facility in Blue Ash in 2020. The new facility will be outfitted with a number of aspects that employees are excited about: training and education suites, a full-service cafeteria, a client hospitality center, a fitness center, a resource library and more.
While Ensemble will be investing in its new facility, it will also continue to invest heavily in what the company views as the key to its success: its people. That includes not just its new employees, but the 3,600 current employees that have helped take the company to where it is today.
“We believe that people are the most important part of our success,” said Judson Ivy, Founder and CEO of Ensemble. “When you take care of your people, they pay it forward by continuing to deliver outstanding results and best-in-class service.”
To learn more about applying for one of the 1,100 positions that Ensemble Health Partners hopes to create, visit ensemblehp.com/careers/.
Read this article in the Cincinnati Enquirer here.