By Robert Brennan
My husband, Chrys, and I moved to Florida almost four years ago from Washington, D.C. when he took a new job in Tampa. I had spent 15 years working in the government sector supporting various major IT software development initiatives in California for the U.S. Department of Defense and U.S. Department of State. These positions offered me a lot of job security and allowed me to be my true self at work. I was a bit apprehensive about my first corporate job because I wasn’t sure whether I would be accepted for who I am.
I didn’t need to worry for long. Continue reading “Pride Matters: How I Went from Liking to Loving My Job”
By Ken Burdick
Partnership is one of our longstanding values and a vital part of WellCare’s business. And when we think about the future of healthcare, partnerships span a broad spectrum, from joining forces with government partners to collaborating with members to help them get healthy and stay healthy.
As an industry, we know that one of our most important partnerships is with primary care physicians. We forge these relationships through value-based agreements that reward for quality care rather than the number of procedures completed. Continue reading “Partnerships at Work”
By Rhonda Mims
When I learned that WellCare has been named a finalist for the Tampa Bay Business Journal’s 2017 Corporate Philanthropy Awards, I was both humbled and thrilled. A relative newcomer to the Tampa area – I got here a little over a year ago – this nomination is a first for me since joining the organization.
WellCare joins a short but impressive list of Tampa Bay Area nominees in the category of employing 500 or more. Nominees are bound by a common thread, a dedication to making our communities better. Continue reading “Making a Difference in the Communities We Serve”