250 - 500 employees
Private Equity
Big Data & Analytics
Healthcare & Pharma

Verscend Company Overview

What We Do

As the healthcare industry evolves, our clients face increasingly complex clinical and financial risk. We serve the needs of a specific group of organizations: the health plans that are paying for care; the providers who deliver care; and the employers who are responsible for the needs of their employees. We’re transforming our clients’ experience within the healthcare industry by helping them mitigate risk, reduce cost, improve patient outcomes, and ensure compliant revenue. Our approach combines data services, analytics, and advanced technologies to inform smarter business decisions.

What We Think About

Evolving market trends. New technologies. Public policy. Healthcare reform. Customer service. Building a solid business. It's the kind of place where people actually stay up at night solving customer challenges. Our thought leaders publish on a range of topics, from the future of healthcare and prospective risk analysis to improving patient care through analysis of clinical data. We constantly challenge ourselves to answer healthcare’s biggest questions.

Why We Are Here

Each day, Verscend is working to fundamentally improve the business of healthcare in the United States—a business that grows increasingly complex as health reform takes effect. We help organizations identify, manage, and mitigate healthcare risk to improve quality, reduce cost, and maximize profitability. In a world of questions about how to improve the healthcare system, Verscend is at the forefront of developing answers.

Our success is the product of our talented staff. We offer employees great growth opportunities, a team environment, and a chance to work at one of the fastest growing healthcare information companies. From clinical and medical experts to information technologists, developers, data scientists, account managers, retrieval agents, and more, we’re continually looking for top talent to fill the many positions in offices around the country.

Jobs at Verscend

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Sr. Business Analyst As a member of an Agile development and/or support team for one or more business applications, the Senior Business Analyst is responsible for developing solutions that support business ideas and product concepts through gathering and translating testable requirements into application software solutions. The Senior Business Analyst is a critical thinker capable of contributing independently, mentoring business analysts, collaborating with and driving a sound solution with a diverse team including product managers, software developers, testers, project...
Product Management
At Verscend, we are custodians of data for our clients. This requires efficient processes to manage data implementations, data production, data quality and data security.  Data Program Management as a function ties these aspects together with the client's interests as the highest priority. Responsibilities: Program Solution Design Understand client’s business model and work closely with internal stakeholders to ensure objectives are being met. Responsible for definition of end to end process map for each solution that is a part of the client’s program....
The Database Administrator (DBA) is the custodian of technical database resources on a set of products. You will work with a distributed team of DBAs to manage and support key enterprise database systems that provide critical data processing services to internal and client-facing business applications and services. Our database systems include Oracle and Microsoft technologies but may evolve to include other data warehousing solutions in the near future. This role will focus on both Oracle and MS SQL Server.  You will work with  internal and external stakeholders to ensure that these...
The Product Analyst, Product Management will provide the user perspective and requirements to engineering and other departments within Verscend. The Product Analyst is responsible for developing user stories, designing product workflows that enable ease-of-use for end users, and developing specific features and functions to improve and expand Verscend’s products and services. Reporting to the Sr. Director of Product, this individual will have an understanding of the healthcare system and a passion for product development. S/he will further have the capability to lead within a matrixed...
Product Management
We are currently looking for an Agile Release Train Engineer to oversee SDLC projects in our SAFe environment.   Responsibilities: Manage and optimize flow of value through ART and Solution Train Facilitate PI planning events Track and Publish track PI Objectives/Team progress for visibility and transparency Facilitate Agile ceremonies such as Scrum of Scrums, Inspect & Adapt, System/PI demo Assist with economic decision-making by facilitating feature and capability estimation by teams and the roll-up to Epics, where necessary Coach leaders, teams,...
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Waltham, MA 02451

How You'll Grow


As a healthcare analytics company, we place a premium on the health of our own employees. We offer comprehensive medical benefits in a range of plan options. We also offer dental and vision coverage, disability benefits, and health savings options.


Verscend is a home for some of the best talent in the healthcare IT field. We offer competitive salaries, a 401k plan with company matching, and generous paid time off programs.


We’re looking for colleagues who want to make an impact. We invest in those who want to carve a career in healthcare and help them realize those ambitions. Our tuition reimbursement program is designed to support lifelong learning.


We encourage volunteerism through company-sponsored events as well as a matching donations program. Foundations like the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure and Salvation Army: Adopt a Family are just a few of the charities we're passionate about.


October 15, 2018
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) last week published its 2019 Part C and Part D Medicare Star Ratings data and, along with it, the Technical Notes describing the methodology for the Star Ratings. Here, Ashley McNairy, product director for Cotiviti’s Government Quality solutions, breaks down the changes to the cut points, which can have a significant impact on a health plan’s score....
September 27, 2018
When a health plan denies a claim, the provider wants to know why it was denied. Sometimes, the answer is that a modifier appears to have been used inappropriately, which Verscend detects using a process we call Clinical Validation. And as we hear from John Neumann, registered nurse and clinical consultant for Verscend's Payment Accuracy solutions, Clinical Validation doesn’t just lead to better outcomes for the payer, but also the members and providers that it serves. Listen to th...
September 19, 2018
While collaboration between payers and providers is the most crucial component of delivering better care at lower cost in the United States, groups such as consumers, employers, and the government have a critical role to play in fostering this partnership. And as Verscend president and CEO Emad Rizk, M.D., writes in a new article for First Report Managed Care, these once-peripheral stakeholders are now taking more concrete steps to drive this collaboration....
September 13, 2018
The term “risk adjustment” means different things to different people depending on their role. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ (CMS) textbook definition is that risk adjustment is “a statistical process that takes into account the underlying health status and health spending of the enrollees in an insurance plan when looking at their health care outcomes or health care costs.” In contrast, a certified medical coder would tell you that risk adjustment is ab...
August 29, 2018
The imperative for payers and providers to collaborate in a systematic way has never been stronger. But while technologies such as electronic health record systems (EHRs) have become mainstream, they haven’t fully broken down the information siloes that still inhibit this vital partnership. So, which modern tools do payers and providers need in their technology arsenal to enable and support true and lasting collaboration? Verscend president and CEO Emad Rizk, M.D., explores the ans...