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Molina Healthcare, Inc.

Public Healthcare - Health Services Insurance Managed Care 10,000 - 25,000 Employees 77 Active Jobs

Molina Healthcare, Inc. is among the most experienced managed healthcare companies serving patients who traditionally face barriers to quality healthcare – including individuals covered under Medicaid, Medicare and other government-sponsored health insurance programs. With corporate headquarters in Long Beach, California, Molina Healthcare operates plans and clinics in California, Florida, Michigan, New Mexico, Illinois, South Carolina, Wisconsin, Maine, New Jersey, US Virgin Islands, West Virginia, Missouri, Idaho, Ohio, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Louisiana, and Washington.

Founded in 1980 by the late C. David Molina, M.D., to address the special needs of Medicaid patients, Molina Healthcare still places the physician in the pivotal role of managing healthcare. For more information about Molina Healthcare, please visit: www.molinahealthcare.com

Benefits

@MolinaCareers When you work at Molina Healthcare, you work for a company that not only cares about its members, but also about you! We offer a performance-based compensation program that rewards quality of care and excellence. In addition, employees enjoy an attractive benefits package that includes medical, dental and vision benefits, generous paid time-off, life insurance, an employee stock purchase plan, as well as a 401(k) plan that matches, dollar-for-dollar, the first four percent of salary that you contribute.

Culture

Facts about Molina Healthcare
  • Molina Healthcare ranks #201 on the Fortune 500 list of companies.
  • According to Hispanic Business magazine, Molina Healthcare is the third largest Hispanic business in America.
  • Molina Healthcare is among the top 15 national managed-care firms, according to InterStudy, a national managed-care research organization.
  • Molina Healthcare was among the leaders in establishing a cultural and linguistics services program to help practitioners and employees understand how patients' cultural backgrounds affect their approach to healthcare.