Accolade Expands Its Scottsdale, Arizona, Operations Center
“We’ve seen tremendous growth over the past five years as our Accolade Health Assistants have become trusted healthcare allies to over half a million Americans and as more and more large, self-insured employers and payers have recognized the value of better health engagement,” said Tom Spann, CEO of Accolade. “We’ve proven that doing the right thing to help individuals and families get the right care and become better healthcare consumers not only increases employee satisfaction, but also saves companies a significant amount of money and lost productivity.”
Accolade said it plans to bring 300 new positions to Scottsdale over the next three years to keep up with growing customer demand and to offer extended hours of operation. The company has already grown its team of health assistants from 18 in 2009 to nearly 350 today, including more than 60 in the Scottsdale office. Accolade employs a total of 520 people working out of its Scottsdale and Plymouth Meeting offices.
In recent months, Accolade has collaborated with the Arizona Commerce Authority to meet its hiring goals by promoting open positions and identifying qualified job candidates through the ACA’s statewide network of workforce partners.
“Industry innovators continue to select Arizona as a platform for corporate expansion and to access our state’s pool of highly-skilled and available talent,” said Sandra Watson, President/CEO, Arizona Commerce Authority. “We are excited to welcome Accolade, and will continue supporting the company’s efforts to grow its Arizona workforce to strengthen its customer engagement and operational success across the U.S.”
“I’m so happy that twenty of our best Health Assistants moved to Scottsdale to ensure that the new office would have the same caring, fun culture that’s been so important to our success in Pennsylvania,” Spann said. ”We’re looking forward to becoming an employer of choice in Scottsdale and tapping into the region’s rich pool of talent, including nurses, to build out our amazing health assistant team.”
“I’m delighted to welcome Accolade to Scottsdale and our growing health care market sector,” said Scottsdale Mayor W.J. "Jim" Lane. “Scottsdale is committed to supporting companies like Accolade with a passion for business and improving the quality of life for people in our community and across the country.”
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