HiMS Recognized for its Positive Culture and Leading Benefits in the 3-50 Employee Category
TUCSON, Ariz., – (Sept. 20, 2019) Health Information Management Systems (HiMS), an Electronic Health Records (EHR) software company dedicated to creating value based care tools for integrated health care providers, today announced it was named a Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona “Best Place to Work” in this year’s Copper Cactus Awards presented by the Tucson Metro Chamber of Commerce. The company was selected from over 500 applicants for its superior employee benefits and positive company culture.
“I’m extremely proud of HiMS employees and the great company we’ve built together,” said Khalid Al-Maskari, CEO and founder of HiMS.
“The personal connection our employees have with our customers, out community and each other is reflected in an ownership mentality. This is a business they helped create and are a part of. We’re dedicated to ensuring HiMS remains an industry leader where employees feel they can grow and thrive in their careers.”
The company offers employee benefits that include 100% immediate vesting for all 401K contributions upon date of hire, competitive health insurance that includes vision, dental, telehealth and healthcare reimbursement accounts, YMCA memberships, on-the-job-training, generous PTO and a pet friendly work environment. HiMS also focuses on providing an open and honest workplace where employees are encouraged to share ideas and give feedback.
By focusing on nurturing an open and collaborative workplace, HiMS is able to foster a supportive company culture that leads to an environment of trust. The company actively measures its company culture through employee surveys to ensure the success of this approach, with employees stating they feel taken care of and appreciated for their work.
Winners of the Best Place to Work category were evaluated based on work environment and morale of their employees. All nominees were locally owned, for-profit business with 200 or fewer employees.
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