Chief Executive Officer
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WebMD is the leading provider of health information services. Our public and private online portals, mobile platforms and health-focused publications serve consumers, physicians, healthcare professionals, employers, and health plans. Consumers turn to WebMD for reliable, accurate and easy-to-understand answers to their most pressing health-related questions.
We operate with one clear mission:
WebMD Health Services empowers individuals to be their best through employer- or health plan-sponsored wellness programs. Solutions start with a current snapshot of personal health and wellness and then work to provide personalized paths for improving that. Coaching, challenges, activities and plans guide people every step of the way.
Employers and health plans enjoy comprehensive reporting, robust integration with their systems and third-party vendors, communications and client teams dedicated to their success. Improved wellness, reduced costs and happier people are always the goals.
Our brand family includes:
WebMD®, Medscape®, CME Circle®, Medpulse®, eMedicine®, MedicineNet®, theheart.org®, RxList® and our division, WebMD Health Services.
Our executive leadership team brings deep knowledge in wellness, health care, technology, consumer guidance, and user experience. Together, they lead with a commitment to best business practices matched only by their dedication to clients.
Chief Executive Officer
Ben Slocum joined WebMD Health Services as CEO in July of 2015. Ben brings to the table sales and marketing know-how, fiscal strength and a visionary approach that ideally supports the company’s health and wellness strategy.
Ben came to WebMD from Vantage Cancer Care Network, a division of Vantage Oncology, where he served as president, and led the early-stage development and deployment of the company’s population health strategy.
Previously, Ben was the chief executive officer at Lovelace Health Plan, a $1.1B commercial, Medicare and Medicaid health plan based in Albuquerque, New Mexico, which he evolved into an integrated full-service Accountable Care Organization. The business was later sold to Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Mexico.
Prior to joining Lovelace, Ben was the chief executive officer of UnitedHealthcare of California, one of the largest markets in UnitedHealthcare’s portfolio.
He has served on the board of directors for the New Mexico Health Insurance Exchange (Governor appointed), the Association of Commerce and Industry of New Mexico, LCF Research of Albuquerque, New Mexico, the American Association of Preferred Provider Organizations, Contra Costa County Council, and Big Brothers and Big Sisters of America.
Chief Client Officer
Brad Kirkpatrick joined WebMD Health Services as Chief Client Officer in 2016. Leading the sales and account management teams, Brad focuses on deepening client and consultant relationships and driving the company’s go-to-market sales strategy and revenue growth.
Prior to joining WebMD, Brad was the Chief Growth Officer at Imagine Health, a company focused on transforming healthcare delivery. There he led the sales organization, supporting growth among key customers. Previously, he was President of the Employer and Government Market at Healthways with responsibility for sales, account management, strategy and performance. While the Senior Vice President at Best Doctors, Inc., Brad successfully brought new products to market and built a market leadership position with Fortune 500 employers and health plans. He has also held sales and account management roles with several healthcare and insurance companies.
Brad has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with a Finance concentration from the University of Missouri.
Chief Technology Officer
Jacob Sims joined WebMD Health Services as Chief Technology Officer in July 2016. Sims is a recognized technology innovator with proven and extensive expertise in delivering solutions at scale in the health and wellness space. Sims will lead the company’s technology initiatives and drive the development of WebMD’s next-generation products and platform innovations.
Sims brings significant experience in creating and executing transformative initiatives that bring innovative solutions to market. He was most recently the Vice President of Development and Information Technology for Premise HealthTM Holding Corp., a leading worksite health and patient-engagement company that manages more than 500 worksite-based health and wellness centers in the United States. Sims was responsible for engineering, including product strategy, management and development, quality assurance, data acquisition and integration, user experience and design.
Before Premise Health, Sims was Vice President of Development and Technology for CHS Health Services, the industry’s largest independent provider of onsite health care solutions. (Premise Health resulted from the 2014 merger of CHS and Take Care Employer Solutions.) At Premise, he introduced organizational product management and development, and multiple new product lines serving large, self-insured employers.
Jake also served as the Vice President of Technology for ACS Midas+ Solutions, a role he was appointed to after that Xerox Corporation company acquired CredenceHealth Inc., which Sims co-founded. He also served as the CredenceHealth Chief Technology Officer. In that role, he managed the creation, development and delivery of a clinical surveillance platform that enables real-time, management-critical quality systems and predicts adverse clinical conditions of patients in the acute-care sector.
Sims’ interest in transformation and the value of technological solutions extends to his work with industry, community and nonprofit organizations. He served on the Boards of Directors of the Tennessee Chapter of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society and the Nashville Software School, and was an Inaugural Board Member of Advance Nashville, an initiative fostering the public-private partnerships needed to grow the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Nashville, Tennessee. Sims also served on the Board of the Phoenix Club of Nashville, whose mission is building leadership among young professional men and raising resources that significantly affect the direction of the community’s youth.
Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Michael Sokol joined WebMD Health Services as Chief Medical Officer in 2016. He is a physician executive with over 20 years of professional experience, primarily in large health care corporations including Sanofi US, Merck & Co., Inc., GlaxoSmithKline plc and Medco Health Solutions, Inc.
At WebMD Health Services, Dr. Sokol works with the Product Development team to provide the vision, strategy and plans for the company’s products and services, and to identify new areas of opportunity while supporting clients and publicly representing the organization. He oversees an advisory panel of leading researchers and clinicians focused on delivering new and engaging wellness solutions for the employees and members of WebMD’s clients. Dr. Sokol is also responsible for the clinical quality and accreditation of WebMD Health Services’ condition management programs.
Dr. Sokol was previously the Vice President of Employee Wellness and Chief Wellness Officer for Sanofi US, where he oversaw the care of 50,000 employees and their dependents. While there, he spearheaded the development, implementation and measurement of the company’s first comprehensive health and wellness strategy.
Dr. Sokol serves on the Editorial Board of the journal Population Health Management. While at Sanofi, he served on the Board of the Institute on Innovations in Workforce Well-being of the National Business Group on Health®.
Dr. Sokol received his Doctor of Medicine degree from Jefferson Medical College (since 2014, the Sidney Kimmel Medical College) in Philadelphia and a Master of Science degree in Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine from the University of Maryland. He is an Assistant Clinical Professor in Preventive Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.
Dr. Sokol is board certified in Public Health and General Preventive Medicine and is a Fellow of the American College of Preventive Medicine.
Senior Vice President of Customer Experience
As Senior Vice President of Customer Experience, John Harrison ensures the highest level of support for our clients, from initial implementation to ongoing program management to analytic support of client wellness programs. He also oversees the company’s coaching organization.
John joined WebMD Health Services in March 2015 as Vice President of Client Delivery and moved into his current role in October 2015.
John brings to WebMD more than 20 years of leadership experience as well as a deep passion for customer experience and collaboration. He served in executive and management positions at Webtrends, MobilePaks Yesmail Interactive, GeoTrust and Symantec.
John holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Oregon.
Vice President of Marketing
Laura Trotter joined WebMD Health Services in 2015 as Vice President of Marketing. With more than 20 years of experience leading teams in fast-paced, high-growth B2B and B2C organizations, Laura is responsible for the company’s marketing strategy and execution.
Prior to joining WebMD Health Services, Laura led the marketing team at ID Analytics, a leader in credit and fraud risk solutions. At Illumina, the global leader in DNA sequencing and array-based technologies she was responsible for integrated marketing, corporate communications, and marketing operations. During a 10+ year tenure at Qualcomm, Inc., Laura held a variety of global marketing leadership positions. She has held marketing and sales roles at several Fortune 500 companies including Nokia (now Microsoft), Motorola (now Google), and Eli Lilly & Company.
Laura has a Bachelor of Science degree from the Darla Moore School of Business at the University of South Carolina.
Vice President of Finance
As Vice President of Finance, Marguerite Baudoin leads all aspects of financial planning, strategy and operations for WebMD Health Services including risk management, contract administration and pricing. Marguerite first joined WebMD in 2000 and eventually transitioned to WebMD Health Services in 2010. Throughout her tenure with the company, she has managed divestitures, mergers & acquisitions, accounting functions, forecasting, reporting and more.
Her vast experience with WebMD leverages previous work as Assistant Vice President at Wachovia Securities (formerly Interstate/Johnson Lane) where she provided sell side research coverage and developed financial and comparative models.
Marguerite holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics and Business Administration from Louisiana State University.
Vice President of Health Coaching
As Vice President of our Health & Wellness Coaching, Paul Turner works to provide the highest level of service and support for clients and their members and employees alike. From clinical staffing needs to technology and platform requirements, he oversees everything essential to deploying our extensive telephonic and onsite coaching programs. He is also responsible for our customer service department.
Paul joined WebMD Health Services in August 2007 and has worked tirelessly to maintain and improve customer and client satisfaction while simultaneously finding ways to improve efficiencies and streamline the delivery of coaching and customer support.
Paul brings to WebMD extensive experience leading high-volume call center operations, having served as the Vice President and General Manager of the Home Delivery Pharmacy for CVS Health. We was also a Senior Vice President at WebLink Wireless and a Senior Director at MCI Worldcom.
Paul holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business from Dallas Christian College and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Phoenix. He has also earned a Leadership Certification from the Southern Methodist University Cox School of Business and a Mid-Management Certification from Brookhaven College.
Senior Director, Human Resources
Kara Beeler has more than a decade of progressive, global experience creating and implementing human resource programs aligned with organizational business objectives. In 2015, she joined WebMD Health Services as the Director of Human Resources and was promoted to Senior Director in 2017. Her responsibilities include the development and delivery of human resources strategies that meet the needs of WebMD employees, clients and consumers. In addition, she manages a team responsible for talent acquisition, employee engagement and effective organizational design.
Before joining WebMD, Kara was responsible for global talent acquisition and development for Qorvo, Inc., a leader in wireless technology. She also held a variety of human resource leadership positions during her eight-year tenure with TriQuint Semiconductor, Inc., where she developed and executed initiatives for organizational effectiveness, workforce planning, management development and employee relations. (TriQuint and RF Micro Devices, Inc. merged and formed Qorvo in 2015.) She also served as an Account Manager at Aerotek, Inc., an industry leader in recruiting and staffing services.
Kara holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism and Communication from the University of Oregon and a Master of Business Administration from George Fox University in Portland, Oregon.
In the summertime, Kara, her husband and their pup spend their free time camping and hiking. Her favorite winter hobbies are reading, snowshoeing and skiing.
The members of our clinical advisory board contribute their expertise in specialties like behavioral science, tobacco cessation, health analytics, obesity & more, overseeing and validating the scientific and clinical credibility of our solution.
Martin J. Abrahamson, MD, is Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, Director of the Division of Continuing Medical Education in the Department of Medicine and an active faculty member of the Endocrine Division, Department of Medicine at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, Massachusetts. He received his medical degree from University of Cape Town in Cape Town, South Africa, and completed his internship, residency and clinical fellowship in internal medicine and endocrinology at Groote Schuur Hospital in Cape Town, where he was a research fellow before joining the faculty of medicine at the University of Cape Town and Groote Schuur Hospital. Dr. Abrahamson was joint head of the Endocrine Unit in Cape Town before taking up a faculty appointment at Harvard Medical School and Beth Israel Hospital in 1992.
He joined the faculty at Joslin Diabetes Center in 1998 where he held positions as Chief of Adult Diabetes, Chief Medical Officer and Senior Vice President for Medical Affairs until 2015. While at Joslin Diabetes Center, Dr. Abrahamson led the reorganization of the Adult Diabetes Section into multidisciplinary teams comprised of physicians, nurse practitioners, nurse educators, nutritionists, and exercise physiologists and spearheaded “pathways of care” for patients referred to Joslin (JoslinCare). He has co-authored guidelines for the pharmacological and perioperative management of patients with diabetes and management of hyperglycemic emergencies, and authored more than 80 papers, review articles and chapters related to diabetes.
Dr. Abrahamson’s research interests include the management of patients with diabetes, and use of technology to improve diabetes care and outcomes. Dr. Abrahamson is board certified in internal medicine and in endocrinology, diabetes and metabolism, and is a Fellow of the College of Physicians of South Africa. He has been cited regularly in Boston Magazine as one of Boston’s top doctors, and has delivered numerous invited lectures nationally and internationally on the management of diabetes. In 2010 he was the recipient of the Samuel Eichold II Memorial Award for contributions to Diabetes from the American College of Physicians.
James Beckerman, M.D. is the WebMD Heart Expert and a cardiologist with the Providence Heart and Vascular Institute in Portland, Oregon. He served as Chair of the Oregon Governor’s Council for Physical Fitness and Sports and is the team cardiologist for the Portland Timbers Major League Soccer team. Dr. Beckerman is the medical director of Play Smart, a prevention-based cardiac screening program and is the coach-in-chief of Heart to Start, a multi-state 5K training program. He is the author of two books, The Flex Diet (2011) and Heart to Start (2015), which inspire lifestyle change through medical evidence and motivational coaching. Dr. Beckerman graduated from Harvard College and Harvard Medical School and completed his internal medicine and cardiology training at Massachusetts General Hospital and Stanford University.
Michael Dansinger, MD, is a nationally recognized authority on dietary and lifestyle counseling for weight loss and disease prevention. Dr. Dansinger is the Founding Director of the Diabetes Reversal Program at Tufts Medical Center in Boston, and an Assistant Professor at Tufts University School of Medicine. He is the Wellness Director at Boston Heart Diagnostics, is a nutrition and diabetes expert for WebMD, and a former Clinical Nutrition Editor for the Medscape Journal of Medicine. He serves on the Council of Directors and Media Response Team for the True Health Initiative–a leading voice on nutrition and lifestyle medicine, and is a member of the expert panel for the CDC’s Worksite Health ScoreCard project.
His research on dietary counseling is well known. He published the highly publicized research study “Comparison of the Atkins, Ornish, Weight Watchers and Zone Diets for Weight Loss and Cardiac Risk Reduction” in the prestigious Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) in January 2005–one of the most highly read and quoted scientific articles of the year. He has been interviewed about his weight loss experience on the Today show, CNN, National Public Radio, CBS Radio, BBC Radio, Oprah magazine, Time magazine, Consumer Reports, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, NY Times, Washington Post, Boston Globe, and hundreds of other media outlets. He lectures throughout the U.S. to medical and non-medical audiences, and is represented by the Harry Walker Agency.
Aria DiBiase M.D attended Stanford University School of Medicine and completed training in Internal Medicine and Cardiovascular Medicine at Stanford. She is Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Medicine and Advanced Heart Failure and Transplantation. She has practiced clinical cardiology and heart failure at Palo Alto Medical Foundation for 25 years. She has extensive experience in Disease Management and HF tele-management.
John P. Foreyt received his PhD in clinical psychology in 1969 from Florida State University. He served on the faculty there until 1974 when he moved to Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas. He is currently Professor at the Baylor College of Medicine’s Department of Medicine and Department of Psychiatry. He is also the Director of the DeBakey Health Center’s Behavioral Medicine Research Center, Department of Medicine.
Dr. Foreyt has served as a member of the National Task Force on the Prevention and Treatment of Obesity, National Institutes of Health; The Committee to Develop Criteria for Evaluating the Outcomes of Approaches to Prevent and Treat Obesity, Food and Nutrition Board, Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences; and The Expert Panel on the Identification, Evaluation, and Treatment of Overweight and Obesity in Adults, National Institutes of Health, NHLBI.
He has published extensively in the areas of diet modification, cardiovascular risk reduction, eating disorders, and obesity. He has published 17 books and more than 380 articles. He is currently a member of the editorial boards of: Eating Disorders; Obesity Research and Clinical Practice; American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine; American Journal of Health Behavior; Obesity and Weight Management; American Journal of Health Promotion; Childhood Obesity; and Nutrition Today.
Dr. Foreyt is an Overseas Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine; a Fellow of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, a Fellow of the Obesity Society, a Fellow of the Academy of Behavioral Medicine Research and a member of other professional associations. He is a Life Member of the American Psychological Association and an honorary member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Ron Goetzel wears two hats. He is Senior Scientist and Director of the Institute for Health and Productivity Studies (IHPS) at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and Vice President of Consulting and Applied Research for Truven Health Analytics. The mission of the IHPS is to bridge the gap between academia, the business community, and the healthcare policy world – bringing academic resources into policy debates and day-to-day business decisions, and bringing health and productivity management issues into academia. Before moving to Johns Hopkins University, Dr. Goetzel was on the faculty at Emory and Cornell Universities. Dr. Goetzel is responsible for leading innovative projects for healthcare purchaser, managed care, government, and pharmaceutical clients interested in conducting cutting-edge research focused on the relationship between health and well-being, medical costs, and work-related productivity. He is an internationally recognized and widely published expert in health and productivity management (HPM), return-on-investment (ROI), program evaluation, and outcomes research. Dr. Goetzel has published well over 200 peer-reviewed articles and book chapters and frequently presents at international business and scientific forums.
Dr. Goetzel served as principal investigator (PI) for a project sponsored by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) focused on obesity prevention at the workplace. He was PI for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Senior Risk Reduction Demonstration, New Opportunities for Healthy Aging in Medicare initiatives, and other demonstrations focused on Cancer Prevention and Treatment for Ethnic and Racial Minorities, Chiropractic Care, Vision Rehabilitation, and Health Improvement Incentive Structures for Medicaid Beneficiaries. He also served as PI for the Federal Employee Worksite Health and Wellness Initiative administered by the Office of Personnel Management. For the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Dr. Goetzel was PI for a New York City-based project supporting collaboration between the private and public sectors directed at employer health promotion programs. He was PI on a CDC Cooperative Agreement focused on promoting health policy and disease prevention, with a specific task related to estimating the cost burden of vaccine-preventable diseases in adults (Zoster).
As PI for a study funded by the National Association of Chronic Disease Directors, and with close cooperation of the CDC, Dr. Goetzel identified the characteristics of promising practices in workplace health and productivity management programs. He also worked with the Department of Defense (DoD) on two health promotion and resilience training demonstrations for the U.S. Army and Air Force. He supported the Office of the Secretary of Defense as the evaluation contractor for the Healthy Base Initiative focused on managing obesity and tobacco use in the military.
Dr. Goetzel is PI on three CDC projects currently underway: Worksite Health ScoreCard Evidence Review and Update, Workplace Health Promotion Technical Assistance and Dissemination Center, and Workplace Health Research Network. He is also working with the Bipartisan Policy Center evaluating the CEO Council on Health and Innovation Physical Activity Challenge Pilot.
In the private sector, Dr. Goetzel has led multiple evaluations of health promotion and disease prevention programs at Boeing, Chevron, General Electric, Dow Chemical, Citibank, Johnson & Johnson, IBM, Procter & Gamble, Duke University, University of Michigan, Vanderbilt University, Motorola, Novartis Pharmaceuticals, PepsiCo, Prudential, PPG, Mass Mutual, Whirlpool, and Bristol Myers Squibb. Public sector partners have included King County Washington, Cayuga County New York, and the State of Delaware. Health plan and insurance company collaborators include Blue Cross Blue Shield Federal Employee Program, Health Care Services Corporation, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, Blue Shield of California, Highmark, American Specialty Health, Blue Cross Blue Shield Association, Mayo Clinic, and Kaiser Permanente. Dr. Goetzel also works with several associations and non-profits including the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Population Health Alliance, Health Enhancement Research Organization, Transamerica Center for Health Studies, American Heart Association, and The Health Project. Finally, Dr. Goetzel has established strong working relationships with vendors in the health promotion industry including StayWell, Johnson & Johnson, WebMD, Health Fitness Corporation, Virgin Pulse, Discovery Vitality, and Pfizer. Dr. Goetzel’s international work includes projects with Discovery Health in South Africa, the Ministry of Health in Israel, Social Service of Industry (SESI) in Brazil, and The Health Promotion Board of Singapore.
Dr. Goetzel is a Task Force Member of the Guide to Community Preventive Services housed at the CDC, and President and CEO of The Health Project, which annually awards organizations the prestigious C. Everett Koop prize for demonstrable health improvement and cost savings from health promotion and disease prevention programs. He is also a member of several committees organized by the Institute of Medicine (IOM).
Before joining Truven Health Analytics (formerly Medstat) in 1995, Dr. Goetzel was Vice President of Assessment, Data Analysis, and Evaluation Services at Johnson & Johnson. Dr. Goetzel was one of the original members of the core development and marketing group at Corporate Health Strategies. Earlier in his career, Dr. Goetzel was the Medical School Education Program Evaluator at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, where he was appointed to the Psychiatry faculty.
Dr. Goetzel earned his doctorate in Organizational and Administrative Studies and his M.A. in Applied Social Psychology from New York University (NYU), and his B.S. degree in Psychology from the City College of New York (CCNY). He is located in Bethesda, MD.
Dr. Loren Soeiro joined the WebMD Health Services Clinical Advisory Board in 2016. He is a psychologist and psychotherapist in private practice with over a decade of clinical experience. Prior to opening his Manhattan private practice, Dr. Soeiro worked as an attending psychologist in an outpatient psychiatry clinic for patients with HIV and AIDS. He collaborated with a multimodal treatment team of psychiatrists, physicians, social workers, and other specialists to evaluate and plan treatments for both English-speaking and Spanish-speaking patients from a population of chronically ill patients in the Bronx, NY.
Dr. Soeiro was previously employed as an Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, where he worked to supervise and train psychology interns, unlicensed psychologists and medical residents in psychiatry. He specialized in teaching courses on psychodynamic theory and treatment, along with psychotherapy for patients from diverse populations. Dr. Soeiro also provided training and coaching in career development for psychology interns at several other New York-area hospitals, such as North Central Bronx Hospital and the Beth Israel Medical Center.
Dr. Soeiro received his Doctor of Philosophy and Master of Arts degrees in clinical psychology from Long Island University, in Brooklyn, New York. He completed his pre-doctoral internship at New York’s Beth Israel Medical Center, and continues to give lectures in medical education to psychiatry residents at Montefiore Medical Center.
Dr. Soeiro is board certified as an expert in clinical psychology by the American Board of Professional Psychologists and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Clinical Psychology, as well as a member of the National Register of Health Service Psychologists.
Dr. Shure is a pulmonologist and consultant in clinical trials design for medical devices. Prior to this work, Dr. Shure served for seven years as a medical reviewer for the US Food and Drug Administration Center for Devices and Radiological Health following a more than 25 year career in academic medicine. Her academic medicine career involved national funding for both clinical and basic science research in pulmonary vascular diseases and device development. Dr. Shure has an international reputation in clinical pulmonary medicine, teaching, and mentoring. Her expertise has been recognized by many awards and honors including Past President and Master Fellow of the American College of Chest Physicians, listing in Best Doctors in America for many years, and the Elizabeth A Rich Award of the American Thoracic Society.
We don’t just help others create cultures of wellness – we live one ourselves. It’s our way of showing our commitment to health and wellness, and of saying “thanks” to our employees for their hard work in making us successful. And it’s one of the reasons the American Heart Association designated us as a Fit & Friendly workplace in 2014 and 2015, and our Indianapolis office was named one of the Top Workplaces of Central Indiana 2016.
Our employees can take advantage of every aspect of our wellness solution – from wellness challenges to coaching and more.
We’re proud of the way our workspaces facilitate a wellness lifestyle. Onsite workout facilities and showers, mommy rooms, and standing and treadmill desks are just some of the features our employees enjoy. Free coffee, lattes, gourmet teas, fresh daily fruit and healthy snacks add to the mix. Walking meetings are a common way of getting work done while getting the blood flowing.
WebMD places a high value on recognizing our employees, their leadership and their performance. We have several programs in place to ensure this happens: peer-to-peer recognition, employee appreciation days, department recognition and more.
Our Portland headquarters is nestled among the city’s best restaurants and shops, in a historic former Montgomery Ward building. Beautifully restored art deco architecture and design complement a modern, light-filled interior.
Conveniently located on the north side of Indianapolis, our coaching operation puts employees right in the middle of some of the best shopping the state has to offer.
A few hours north of Portland is our Seattle office, where some of our technology gurus work their magic. The office provides spectacular views of Puget Sound and Mt. Rainier, and is only steps away from the International District, Pioneer Square and CenturyLink Field.
Looking for the opportunity to be your best – and help others be their best, too? Take a look at our latest job openings to see if there’s a role for you at WebMD Health Services.
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