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HealthRecon Connect recognised as Great Place to Work for 2nd consecutive year


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From left: Great Place to Work in Sri Lanka Project Manager Ruwani Alwishewa, Great Place to Work in Sri Lanka CEO Kshanika Ratnayaka, HealthRecon Connect HHR Thilini Samarakoon, HealthRecon Connect AVP HR Rukmal Bandaranayake

 

HealthRecon Connect was recently recognised as a Great Place to Work for the second consecutive year. The certification places HealthRecon Connect in a class of its own, validating its commitment towards sustainable people management practices. Still in its third year of operations, HealthRecon Connect has improved and enhanced on the solid foundation of people practices driven by the company values or ‘CREDO’.

Commenting on the accolade, Chief Executive Officer Denver Fernando stated, “We are delighted to receive this recognition for the second consecutive year. The company went through tremendous growth within the year, which necessitated rigorous attention to driving culture and values. We continue to invest in the team with the belief that a team who trusts each other and trusts in the vision of the company, will lead to customer delight. We share this achievement with our team. The catalyst of people practices is the team who lives it and as such we salute our team for embracing the philosophy and continuing to live the values.”

Great Place To Work Institute conducts the largest annual research study aimed at identifying, recognising, learning from, and spreading best practices of organisations that achieve business objectives by being great workplaces. Participating organisations are assessed through two lenses – the ‘employee perspective’ – gauged through a survey questionnaire and the ‘managerial perspective’ – gauged through a comprehensive audit of practices and policies covering the lifecycle of an employee in the organisation.

“We are committed to practicing our people philosophy in a manner that affects each individual as a whole, engaging and empowering them to achieve great outcomes both personally and professionally. This year we have placed heavy focus on maintaining our values while the company grew exponentially. Values are the nucleus of performance management, career advancement, recognition, communication and engagement. Our team has shown great tenacity and passion in this journey, and this achievement belongs to all of them,” stated Head of Human Resources Thilini Ekanayake. 

HealthRecon Connect offers solutions and services to healthcare providers facing challenges in driving quality patient outcomes while managing through ongoing cost increases, declining revenue, increasing complexities in regulatory/compliance frameworks, administrative and HR challenges and declining patient interaction. 

HealthRecon Connect leverages best practices based on domain expertise in other international healthcare systems, experienced and globally distributed teams and compliant processes to offer innovative back office services and solutions that drive more cash flow, eliminate HR/administrative burdens and increase patient focus that help providers manage their practices with greater ease and peace of mind.


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