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We strive to make the healthcare system healthier for everyone. If you’re collaborative and hard-working, you can help us create a thriving ecosystem that delivers accessible, high-quality, and sustainable healthcare for all.

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athenistas make the difference

If you ask any employee—or, athenista, as we call ourselves—what they love most about athenahealth, you’ll get the same resounding answer: “the people I get to work with every day.” Industrious, welcoming, and humble, athenistas make our culture, and athenahealth, what it is.

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“When I was able to marry both health and technology together in my career path, it was incredibly fulfilling because it was that culmination of wanting to do good, but then also wanting to work on a bigger scale.”

– Audrey, Austin office

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“This is an industry that touches the lives of so many people … and athenahealth is one of the pioneers.”

– Meera, Watertown office

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We have a collaborative environment with meaningful work, strong benefits, and fun perks.Our employees get our best, so they can give theirs.

We’re working to support sustainable healthcare for all. Join us.

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We strive to make the healthcare system healthier for everyone. If you’re collaborative and hard-working, you can help us create a thriving ecosystem that delivers accessible, high-quality, and sustainable healthcare for all.

If you ask any employee—or, athenista, as we call ourselves—what they love most about athenahealth, you’ll get the same resounding answer: “the people I get to work with every day.” Industrious, welcoming, and humble, athenistas make our culture, and athenahealth, what it is.

athenaGives is our platform for social impact. It was established to help expand access to high-quality healthcare for all now, and to support the development of the providers and technologists who will drive access for all in the future. Our efforts include philanthropy, volunteering, in-kind products and services, scholarships supporting STEM education opportunities, athenaNet research on healthcare disparities, and recruiting a diverse and inclusive workforce.

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Our office is set within an IT park outside of downtown Chennai with views of the ocean.

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Technology that powers the business of U.S. healthcare

Our athenaCollector services help healthcare providers navigate the billing process to get paid accurately and quickly for the work they do. By helping improve the reliability and evolution of these services, the teams in our Chennai office are having a real-world impact on how these businesses run.

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“Every aspect of athenahealth has wowed me … I feel incredibly motivated by the people who demand the best from me, the teams who challenge me, the visionaries here who inspire me, and my boss who listens and treats me the way I want to be treated.”

- Shreraam, Chennai office

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Life in Chennai

Beautiful and spacious, the Chennai office is home to a community of engaged workers who find time for fun. Employees have many after-work groups to choose from, including music, dancing, and drama clubs. Some of the office benefits include:

One of the focuses of the Chennai office is driving engineering excellence and reliability for our athenaCollector services. It allows our clients to get paid for the healthcare services they perform.

We are located at Block A, Floor 9 SP Infocity, Drive. MGR Road Kandanchavadi, Perungundi, Chennai – 96, India

Inside life at athenahealth

What people are saying about athenahealth

We have a collaborative environment with meaningful work, substantial benefits, and fun perks. Our employees get our best, so they can give theirs.

We’re working to support sustainable healthcare for all. Join us.

Explore jobs

Our office is set within an IT park outside of downtown Chennai with views of the ocean.

Our athenaCollector services help healthcare providers navigate the billing process to get paid accurately and quickly for the work they do. By helping improve the reliability and evolution of these services, the teams in our Chennai office are having a real-world impact on how these businesses run.

Beautiful and spacious, the Chennai office is home to a community of engaged workers who find time for fun. Employees have many after-work groups to choose from, including music, dancing, and drama clubs. Some of the office benefits include:

One of the focuses of the Chennai office is driving engineering excellence and reliability for our athenaCollector services. It allows our clients to get paid for the healthcare services they perform.

We are located at Block A, Floor 9 SP Infocity, Drive. MGR Road Kandanchavadi, Perungundi, Chennai – 96, India

Finding your fit 

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Our internship program allows you to learn from a supportive community of peers and mentors while contributing meaningfully to our work.

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Athenahealth

American healthcare company

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TypePrivate
IndustryHealthcare Technology
Founded1997; 24 years ago (1997) (as Athena Women's Health)
Founders
Headquarters

Watertown, Massachusetts, U.S.

ProductsathenaCollector (revenue cycle management, medical billing), athenaClinicals (electronic health records), athenaCommunicator (patient engagement, care coordination), Epocrates, and athenahealth Population Health (population health management)
Revenue$9.7 billion (2019)[1]

Number of employees

6,000+ (as of February 2019)
Websiteathenahealth.com

Athenahealth (stylized as athenahealth) is a private American company that provides network-enabled services for healthcare and point-of-care mobile apps in the United States.

The company was founded in 1997 in San Diego and is now headquartered in Watertown, Massachusetts. They have also grown to include operational sites in Belfast, Maine, Atlanta, Georgia, Austin, Texas, Burlington, Vermont, Seattle, Washington, Princeton, New Jersey, with international operations in Chennai, Bangalore, and Pune, India.[2]

Company history[edit]

Inception[edit]

Athenahealth began in 1997 as Athena Women's Health, a women's health and birthing center in San Diego, California. Cofounders Jonathan Bush and Todd Park set out to create a comfortable and comprehensive center, where mothers could receive "a warm and supportive environment, personal attention, better care, and superior results" while the back-end business was "a ruthlessly efficient operation, with a laser focus on costs."[3]

At the birthing center, only 10% of babies were delivered by C-section, one third of the national average, and 90% of mothers were able to breastfeed their newborns, beating the national average of 67% at the time.[3] Yet while quality increased, costs followed in suit, and Bush and Park eventually closed their birthing center and started a medical data company called Athenahealth on the heels of the Internet boom of 1999.

Athenahealth[edit]

In 1998, venture funder Mark Wilson offered to buy Athenahealth's software for $11 million.[3] Bush and Park turned down the offer and transitioned the business model from birthing centers to internet-based healthcare. They transformed Athena Women's Health to Athenahealth, Inc., pulling in Ed Park, Todd Park's younger brother and engineer, to develop a practice management system.[4] Their new business endeavor aimed to “let doctors be doctors” and remove incessant and burdensome paperwork off doctors’ desks.

In 2000, Athenahealth's first client, Anchor Medical Associates, went live on athenaCollector, and in February, its first electronic claim was submitted. While its first office opened its doors in Waltham, Massachusetts in 2002, Athenahealth moved to Watertown, Massachusetts in 2005 and is still headquartered there today.[citation needed]

Growth[edit]

Athenahealth announced an initial public offering of its common stock on June 22, 2007.[5] The offering was completed on September 20, 2007, at a price of $18 per share. It traded on the NASDAQ exchange under the symbol ATHN until it was taken private in 2019.

Since moving its headquarters to Watertown in 2005, Athenahealth has created campuses in: Chennai, India, in 2005; Belfast, Maine, in 2008; Princeton, New Jersey, in 2013; Atlanta, Georgia, and San Francisco, California, in 2014; Austin, Texas, in 2015; and Bangalore and Pune, India, in 2017.[citation needed]

On February 7, 2018, former CEO of General Electric, Jeffrey Immelt became the chairman of the board.[6] On June 6, 2018, Immelt was named executive chairman.[7]

Involvement of Elliott Management[edit]

In 2017–2018, under pressure from investor Elliott Management, Athenahealth undertook substantial cost-cutting measures, and Bush resigned.[8]

In November 2018, Athenahealth was bought by Elliott and Veritas Capital for $5.7 billion, and then merged with an organisation that Veritas Capital had acquired from GE Healthcare in April 2018.[9]


Illegal kickback allegations

On January 28, 2021, the United States Department of Justice reported that Athenahealth has agreed to pay $18.25 million to resolve allegations that it violated the False Claims Act (FCA) by paying illegal kickbacks to generate sales of its EHR product, athenaClinicals.

Products and services[edit]

athenaOne[edit]

athenaOne is Athenahealth's fully integrated suite of cloud-based services, combining practice management (athenaCollector), an electronic health record (EHR) system (athenaClinicals), and care coordination (athenaCommunicator) into a single packaged offering.[citation needed]

athenaCollector[edit]

Athenahealth's first product, athenaCollector, a cloud-based revenue cycle and practice management service, was launched in 2000.[10] Built by Ed Park, the revenue cycle management system formed the foundation of athenaNet, Athenahealth's web-based system at large. (Ed Park would go on to become Athenahealth's Chief Operating Officer and member of its board.)[11]

athenaClinicals[edit]

In 2006, the company launched athenaClinicals, reported as the "first economically sustainable, service-based" electronic medical records (EMR) system.[12][13] athenaClinicals has been ranked as leading the market in EHR usability, due to its productivity and ability to reduce providers’ work, effectiveness of delivering patient care, and intuitive user interface.[14]

athenaCommunicator[edit]

In 2008, Athenahealth introduced athenaCommunicator to manage phone calls.[15] Since then, the product has evolved into a suite of "patient engagement services," including a patient portal, patient self-scheduling solution, and live operator service to better help patients to schedule appointments, reschedule appointments, and make payments.[16]

Epocrates[edit]

In 2013, the company purchased the Epocrates mobile brand, and continued to occupy Epocrates's offices in Princeton, New Jersey and San Francisco, California. As an Athenahealth service, Epocrates aggregates treatment information, including dosing and contraindications, to provide clinical decision support in the prescribing moments of care.[17][18]

Epocrates drug monographs have also been embedded into the athenaClinicals EHR system to enhance productivity and reduce time not spent on patients.

Partnerships and acquisitions[edit]

More Disruption Please[edit]

Athenahealth's More Disruption Please (MDP) program was launched in 2011. The initiative is both a partner program and an incubator environment for independent companies to develop products and services connected to Athenahealth's ecosystem.[19]

In 2014, Athenahealth created the More Disruption Please accelerator, an opportunity for young startups still finding their legs to begin developing in Athenahealth's MDP space. “The goal of [the MDP accelerator] is to lower the barrier of entry for the best solutions to help us build the healthcare Internet,” said Mandira Singh, director of the More Disruption Please program.[20] In its first full year, the accelerator added five companies to its portfolio.

In April 2016, Athenahealth acquired Arsenal Health, which developed a Smart Scheduling service for healthcare providers. Arsenal Health was Athenahealth's first MDP investment, in 2014.[21]

Athenahealth launched MDP Labs in 2017. The program invites all entrepreneurs, from startups to mature companies, to innovate in healthcare and fix what's broken.[22][clarification needed] Athenahealth's MDP Labs offered workspace in its downtown San Francisco office, tailored programming, dedicated mentorship, opportunities for partnerships and funding, and exposure to potential clients.[23], though ended around 2019 with the closure of the San Francisco and other offices.[24]

Other acquisitions and collaborations[edit]

In January 2015, Athenahealth announced the acquisition of RazorInsights, a "leader in cloud-based EHR and financial solutions" for rural, critical access, and community hospitals. The purchase extended Athenahealth's established position in the outpatient market into the 50-bed and under inpatient care environment, which makes up nearly one third of the hospital market.[25]

In February 2015, Athenahealth announced that it had purchased webOMR, a web-based clinical applications and EHR platform developed by Boston's Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Athenahealth collaborated with BIDMC on the development of Athenahealth's acute care service offering, using Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Needham, a 58-bed community hospital, as the alpha development site.[26]

Athenahealth announced its acquisition of Praxify Technologies in June 2017.[27]

In late 2018, Athenahealth's private equity firm announced it was combining Virence Health into Athenahealth.[28] Virence was the former Clinical Business Solutions division of GE Healthcare which combined some assets from the former IDX Systems with its prior acquisitions of MedicaLogic and Millbrook.[29]

References[edit]

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  6. ^Aiello, Chloe (2018-02-07). "Former GE CEO Jeff Immelt named chairman of Athenahealth". CNBC. Retrieved 2018-02-25.
  7. ^"Press Releases | Athenahealth | Press Release". newsroom.athenahealth.com. Archived from the original on 2018-06-28. Retrieved 2018-06-21.
  8. ^"Athenahealth CEO steps down; company considers sale".
  9. ^LaVito, Angelica (12 December 2018). "Jonathan Bush, Athenahealth founder and former CEO, blasts Elliott". www.cnbc.com.
  10. ^"Medical Billing | athenaCollector | Athenahealth". Improve Clinical and Financial Results | Athenahealth. 2017-04-18. Archived from the original on 2017-08-12. Retrieved 2017-08-11.
  11. ^"The Bush Health-Care Solution". Fast Company. Archived from the original on 13 July 2005. Retrieved 2005-07-01.
  12. ^"Athenahealth Introduces Healthcare Industry's First Economically Sustainable, Service-Based EMR Offering for Medical Practices". Business Wire. 2006-07-25. Retrieved 2006-07-25.
  13. ^"The EMR Designed By Doctors For Usability | Athenahealth". Improve Clinical and Financial Results | Athenahealth. 2017-04-18. Archived from the original on 2017-08-12. Retrieved 2017-08-11.
  14. ^"KLAS usability report puts Athenahealth on top". Clinical Innovation + Technology. Retrieved 2017-08-11.[permanent dead link]
  15. ^"Athenahealth to Acquire MedicalMessaging.net Assets, Gaining New Patient Communications Service Capabilities". Forbes. Retrieved 2008-08-04.[dead link]
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  17. ^Burrows, Peter (2013-01-07). "Athenahealth Acquires Epocrates, the Angry Birds of Healt". Bloomberg.
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  19. ^"Creating a disrupter ecosystem: How Athenahealth did it - Working With Startups - Innovation Leader". Innovation Leader. Retrieved 2016-02-16.
  20. ^"Athenahealth's More Disruption Please accelerator gives startups another way to shake up healthcare - MedCity News". medcitynews.com. Retrieved 2017-08-11.
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  22. ^"MDP Labs". Athena Health. Retrieved 2017-08-11.
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  25. ^"Athenahealth Announces Acquisition of RazorInsights". Archived from the original on January 20, 2015.
  26. ^"Athenahealth teaming with Beth Israel Deaconess to offer clinical records software to hospitals - The Boston Globe". BostonGlobe.com. Retrieved 2 September 2015.
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  29. ^https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/virence-gives-new-life-former-ge-healthcare-business-don-mcdaniel/

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