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Salt Lake Tribune Names Collective Medical One of the Top Workplaces in Utah

Salt Lake City, Utah — December 21, 2020—Collective Medical, the leading network-enabled platform for real-time cross-continuum care coordination in the acute care market, received earlier this week a “Top Workplaces in Utah” honor by the Salt Lake Tribune. Based on a scientific survey of employees who rate their organizations, Collective was ranked fourth on the list of 36 other mid-size organizations. This marks the first year that Collective, founded in 2005, has been recognized for its unique workplace culture.

A total of 1,336 employers in the region were invited to have their workers take the survey. For this year’s winners list, 100 employers earned recognition as Top Workplaces and were ranked based on their employee survey feedback. The employee engagement survey of 24 questions gathers responses regarding issues relating to workplace culture, including:

  • Alignment: Where the company is headed, its values, cooperation, effective meetings
  • Coaching: Managers care about concerns, are helpful, encourage employee development
  • Connection: Employees feel appreciated, work is meaningful, working at full potential, clued in to one another
  • Engagement: Productivity, retention, recruiting
  • Leadership: Confidence in company leaders
  • Performance: Execution, open-mindedness, innovation, clued-in leadership
  • The Basics: Pay, benefits, flexibility, training, expectations

“In a year marred by an unprecedented global pandemic, we recognize the importance of upholding our collaborative and supportive workplace culture for all employees,” said Chris Klomp, CEO of Collective Medical. “We’re honored to be recognized by the Salt Lake Tribune as one of the top mid-size companies to work for in Utah. We continue our commitment to supporting employees with progressive values and work-life balance, as well as highly esteemed benefits and market pay.”

Collective Medical recently announced its acquisition by Canadian-based PointClickCare. The organizations will work to address challenges faced in the healthcare sector due to increasing fragmentation of care and the need to build data bridges across venues of care. The acquisition is subject to receiving regulatory approvals and other customary closing conditions and is expected to be completed by the end of December 2020.

Continued Klomp, “We share a baseline value with PointClickCare to prioritize our employees and their value to our combined organization. Our work together will focus on bettering the healthcare sector, enabling better decision making and improved clinical outcomes for diverse care teams across the continuum of acute, ambulatory and post-acute care.”

Read more about the acquisition here and here.


Collective Medical is the nation’s leading real-time care notification, activation, and collaboration platform. Proven to streamline care transitions, improve coordination, and reduce unnecessary length of stay and admissions, Collective helps improve patient outcomes and lower costs by closing communication gaps across care settings that undermine care. With a nationwide network of thousands of hospitals and health systems, primary, specialty, and post-acute clinics, health plans and ACOs, Collective integrates alongside EHRs and health information exchanges to empower decision making by highlighting essential insights and actions to take on patients a provider has already seen, is currently seeing, or should see. Learn more about Collective’s impact at

About PointClickCare Technologies

PointClickCare Technologies, the leader in cloud-based software technology for the long-term and post-acute care market, entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Collective Medical. Together, PointClickCare and Collective Medical will provide diverse care teams across the continuum of acute, ambulatory, and post-acute care with point-of-care access to deep, real-time patient insights at any stage of a patient’s healthcare journey, enabling better decision making and improved clinical outcomes at lower cost.


Collective Medical Media Contact
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