Get your questions answered
Get answers to the most frequently asked questions about joining the Managed Care Rotational Program (MCRP).
Is this a full-time position?
Yes, MCRP associates are full-time employees with full benefits and retirement plan options.
Is health care experience necessary for the Managed Care Rotational Program?
No, health care experience is not a requirement for the Managed Care Rotational Program. Our associates come from a wide range of educational and professional backgrounds. Some examples include business, engineering, English, health administration, and psychology.
How many rotations do associates complete?
The two-year program consists of three rotations that last 6-10 months each depending on the project.
What type of work is involved in the MCRP?
Since each department is unique, associates have the opportunity to work on several different types of projects while in the program. Previous assignments include clinical program project management, financial and other data analysis, process mapping and improvement, business development, clinical tool and payment model design, process evaluation and modification, and coordination of cross-department communications.
Is a Master’s degree required for the program?
No. While some associates do hold graduate level degrees, it is not a requirement for the program.
Is there traveling involved?
The program is designed to be a learning experience for associates. Since each market is different, some travel is necessary to understand business operations thoroughly.
Do I have to relocate?
Yes, most associates are required to relocate. Geographic placement is determined by the needs of the business.
What happens at the end of each rotation?
Upon completion of a rotation, each associate has the opportunity to present their experiences to senior leadership in that department. These presentations consist of a summary of projects, lessons learned, and the associate’s key achievements.
What can I expect upon completion of the program?
Associates have the opportunity to pursue open positions in a variety of career paths following the program.
Program associates work in several vibrant and dynamic cities across the U.S.
A Wide Variety of Roles
Several roles are available for associates to gain a strong, well-rounded experience of the managed care business.