Careers at PrepMD

Exceptional People

Since 2009, PrepMD’s strongest asset has always been its people. Thanks to the team’s hard work and dedication, PrepMD is now a fast growing cardiac clinical solutions company, headquartered in Braintree, MA. Our Training, Staffing, and Remote Monitoring employees have impressive professional and educational backgrounds, and are passionate about impacting people’s lives!

Collaborative Culture

Even though PrepMD is a fast-growing company, the employees here feel they have joined a PrepMD Family, where the people enjoy working together in a collaborative environment to accomplish goals and share in the celebration of goals met. PrepMD RMS employees collaborate remotely from across the U.S. to enable healthcare systems to provide high standard of care to their patients.

Visionary Leadership

The visionary leadership team at PrepMD focuses on innovative ideas enabling company growth. PrepMD was founded in 2009 as a pacing school and soon grew to be a company with multiple divisions striving to make a significant impact on patients’ lives. The leadership team is always open to new ideas and strategies, and takes a strongly collaborative approach to accomplish goals.

Join the Team - Our Current Job Openings

HR Generalist Job Description

HR Generalist will work closely with the HR Officer to oversee the pre-hire communications and logistics with new hires, managers, and other support groups (Recruitment, Tech Services) at PrepMD RMS. This individual will lead new hire orientation programs which includes providing an overview of our company, benefits, policies, procedures, Rippling HRIS System, and internal websites. The HR Generalist will complete I-9 and E-Verify employment eligibility verifications for all PrepMD RMS Division hires and re-hires. The detailed responsibilities of this individual include:

Support Recruitment

  • Screen resumes and conduct interviews with candidates
  • Schedule and coordinate interviews
  • Source for potential candidates on LinkedIn Recruiter and Indeed

Administer Benefits

  • Respond to employee inquiries regarding benefits, paid time off (PTO), and policies & procedures
  • Process employee benefit transactions, primarily in Rippling (our HRIS system)
  • Conduct benefits reporting, auditing, and billing
  • Participate in our annual renewal and open enrollment process for our benefit plans
  • Provide support for benefits compliance activities


  • Attendance tracking for employees
  • Maintain and update HR websites, including policies, benefits documents, company holidays, work anniversaries, and HR announcements
  • Responsible for employee change form data entry into Rippling and tracking
  • Conduct exit interviews for employee resignations and coordinates equipment return and PTO payouts
  • Maintain worldwide organizational chart
  • Additional responsibilities, including special projects, as needed


  • 3 to 5 years of HR Generalist experience
  • Previous HRIS experience (Rippling experience a plus)
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook
  • Excellent attention to detail and follow through
  • Ability to multi-task and reprioritize tasks as needed
  • Customer service-oriented attitude, including flexibility, and collaboration
  • High degree of discretion and professionalism
  • Strong organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills

Cardiac Monitoring Specialist Job Description

The cardiac monitoring Specialist (CMS) at PrepMD RMS is responsible for the monitoring of all patients across all device manufacturers within their assigned account(s), including alert notification and alert/scheduled report generation. The CMS will ensure prompt client notification of all actionable/urgent alert items, as well as timely reporting on all transmissions (both alert and scheduled). This team member is ultimately responsible for all clinical duties requested of PrepMD Remote Monitoring Services and is the client’s primary contact.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Performing alert triage according to guidelines provided by the client, and using the client’s EHR systems to understand available patient historicals
  • Providing prompt, same-day notification of all actionable/urgent alert items to the client throughout the normal operating hours of the clinic
  • Providing high quality reports that align with client’s specifications
  • Maintaining the client’s database system through updating new patient encounters on a daily basis
  • Periodically hosting client web meetings in an effort to continuously improve services and client satisfaction
  • Reconciling the device manufacturer websites (dismissing transmissions) after they have been completed
  • Performing any and all other duties directed by their manager


  • Required: Associate or Bachelors degree
  • Required: >3 years of cardiac device experience (ICDs, Pacemakers, Loop Recorders)
  • CCDS/CDRMS Certification preferred
  • Prior experience working with Paceart preferred
  • Strong communication skills and analytical skills