Careers at Change Healthcare

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Explore Change. Explore Your Future.

No matter how early you are in your career, in today’s market, it is crucial to begin steps in your professional development. Here at Change Healthcare, we have taken steps to create multiple mutually beneficial initiatives geared towards those who are currently enrolled in school, graduating within the next couple terms or who have been in the workforce for a few years after completing their education and now seeking to level up.


University Relations Programs


Internship Overview:

Change Healthcare offers college students interested in gaining useful experience in numerous functional areas within a healthcare technology company setting. The summer internship program will span across 12 weeks (40 hours per week) typically from May into August of each year.

Selected interns will have the opportunity to take their knowledge obtained in the classroom and apply it to real-world business situations. During an internship with Change Healthcare, interns will have the opportunity to also work on a resume and character building volunteer opportunity.


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Internship Testimonials:

Here's what students have to say about their experience interning with Change Healthcare:


I never felt like I was an outsider. As soon as I came in, everyone welcomed me with opened arms and immediately said, well, let me teach you about this, let me show you about this. And, they were very, very good about explaining the significance of why this was important, which is invaluable, really.

- Gracie, Data Center of Excellence Intern

To be an intern at Change Healthcare, I will honestly say, it will give me ability to grow both personally and professionally. And, it gives me a lot of insight on what a corporate environment is like, to say. They provide a lot of tools and a lot of feedback, in regards to how I can improve, and regards to whatever position I’m in, so I can go out into a real world in a real job and apply that information and transition to a full-time career.

- Phillip, Instructional Design Intern

Internship Program Timeline
  • December: Internship job postings will go live
  • Early January: Spring semester on campus recruitment begins
  • Late February: Internship offers sent out
  • May: Summer internship program begins
  • August: Summer internship concludes
Internship Locations
  • Alpharetta, GA
  • Atlanta, GA
  • Bridgeton, MO
  • Chicago, IL
  • Emeryville, CA
  • Hadley, MA
  • King-of-Prussia, PA
  • Lombard, IL
  • Nashville, TN
  • Newton, MA
  • San Mateo, CA
  • Seattle, WA

Please note that most internship availability will primarily be in the Alpharetta and Nashville locations. Not all focus areas will be available at all locations.

Early Career Positions

Early Career Roles Overview:

Setting the course for your career in any field requires taking initiative. Here at Change Healthcare, we allow you to kick-start your career in different areas based on your interest and skill sets that allow for a mutually beneficial team member/employer relationship.

Whether you are a current student soon to graduate or already completed school in the last few years and prepared to transition into your next fulfilling role, Change is dedicated to highlighting suitable positions for those in their early career.

Finance Leadership Program (FLP)

The Finance Leadership Program (FLP) is a full-time finance program that commences with an immersive six-month rotational program where recent college graduates complete three two-month assignments in a variety of areas within the finance organization to deepen their knowledge and develop expertise in disciplines including Financial Planning and Analysis, Accounting, Internal Audit, M&A, Sales Operations, Pricing, and more. In addition to developing technical skills, FLP participants will complete challenging assignments, interact with Change Healthcare's senior leaders, focus on developing

To apply, please visit our career website by clicking "search jobs" below.

Early Career Rotational Programs

Rotational Program Overview:


The Accelerated Development Program (ADP) is a two-year program that includes challenging rotational assignments and leadership development through participation in formal and informal learning opportunities. Each rotation assignment is six months in length and will provide exposure to a variety of functional areas with the organization.



The Research & Development Accelerated Development Program (RDADP) is a two-year program with the same core fundamentals as the ADP program but puts more focus on technical assignments within Change Healthcare's functional areas.


Rotational Success Stories

Name: Jonny Woo
Roll-off Title: Program Manager, Culture & Community Giving
Rotation Areas: Legal, Products, Human Resources & Operations

"The ADP Program taught me what I am passionate about, but more importantly it showed me what I wasn’t passionate about. Not only have I developed valuable skills and worked in four uniquely different roles, but I now have an understanding of where my skills and passions align with the needs of Change Healthcare. I would recommend the ADP program to anyone who enjoys continuous learning and opportunities to develop their professional skills."

Name: Kelsey Hardy
Roll-off Title: Program Manager, Integration
Current Role: Program Manager, Enterprise Community
Rotation Areas: Product, Consumer Payments; User Experience; Investor Relations & Corporate Communications; Talent Acquisition

"The Accelerated Development Program provided me with numerous diverse opportunities that contributed to my early career growth. Following graduate school, I was interested in gaining applied business experience. The program both expedited and broadened my learnings well beyond my education. I quickly discovered my strengths and passions, and am grateful to have had unique leadership experiences backed by a robust support system in the beginning of my career."

Rotational Program Timeline:

  • Late August: ADP/ RDADP job posting go live & fall semester on campus visits commence
  • Early September: Phone interviews begin for those meeting minimum qualifications
  • Late October: Final candidates are invited to Nashville HQ for in person panel interviews
  • Late October/ Early November: Rotational program job offers are made
  • January: Incoming ADP/ RDADP Associates who can start early begin their pre-rotation
  • July: The majority of new ADP/ RDADP associates will start their first rotation

Rotational Program Locations:

Typically, incoming associates will work their first rotation out of our headquarters in Nashville, TN. However, associates should be open to a variety of locations while in the program for professional growth and development purposes. Associates will have the opportunity to rotate in other office locations posted below depending on several factors including business need followed by associate preference:

  • Alpharetta, GA
  • Atlanta, GA
  • Augusta, ME
  • Brentwood, TN
  • Bridgeton, MO
  • Chicago, IL
  • Emeryville, CA
  • King-of-Prussia, PA
  • Lombard, IL
  • Nashville, TN
  • North Charleston, SC
  • Port St. Lucie, FL
  • Richmond, BC (Canada)
  • San Mateo, CA
  • Santa Ana, CA
  • Seattle, WA
  • St. Louis, MO
  • Toledo, OH

Please note that this list document sites where associates have rotated and are not inclusive of future rotations as there are many other locations. Not all focus areas will be available at every location.

Rotational Program Roll-Off Placement Examples:

At the time of completion of your two-year rotation, you will have gained invaluable working experience in numerous business segments allowing you to utilize knowledge and skills from multiples areas as you embark forward into your career. Below are a few examples of the roles now occupied by those who have completed their developmental rotations with Change Healthcare and now drawing from many different areas to be successful in their placement:

  • Senior Financial Analyst
  • Operations Excellence Manager
  • Project Manager
  • Workforce Management Analyst
  • Process Engineer
  • Product Manager
  • Healthcare Content Analyst
  • Behavioral Engagement Specialist
  • Program Manager
  • UX Specialist

Experienced Rotational Programs

Career Accelerated Program Overview:


The Career Accelerated Program (CAP) is an immersive two-year rotational program where experienced professionals complete three eight-month assignments in a variety of areas within the organization while participating in a series of focused development opportunities to enhance and expand their leadership capabilities within Change Healthcare. Although those with a military background and advanced degree holders are targeted, those with an undergraduate degree and several years of relevant work experience may be considered.


CAP Timeline:
  • October: CAP job posting goes live
  • November: Phone interviews begin for those meeting minimum/preferred qualifications
  • December: Final candidates are invited to Alpharetta, GA for in-person panel interviews
  • December: CAP offer letters go out to finalists
  • June/July: CAP Associates start their first rotation
CAP Locations:

Geographic locations for the CAP program are typically within the metro area of a major corporate office hub. For the duration of tenure in the program and afterwards, Associates will work out of a single office with no expectations to physically rotate throughout Change Healthcare office locations.

  • Alpharetta, GA
  • Atlanta, GA
  • Chicago, IL
  • Emeryville, CA
  • Nashville, TN
  • Newtown, MA
  • San Mateo, CA
  • Seattle, WA
Experienced Rotations Roll-Off Placement Expectations

Upon completing all rotations, CAP Associates are expected to assume roles within the organization that are of consulting or leadership capacity in any number of functional areas

Campus Visit Schedule

Change Healthcare Campus Visits:

As part of CHC's university recruiting strategy, we visit select campuses in the fall and spring semesters. Fall recruitment typically focus on rotational program recruitment and spring recruitment usually concentrate on intern recruitment. If you see your school on this list, please visit our booth to find out more and speak to current Associates, business leaders, and university specialist to learn more!

Fall 2019 Campus Visit Schedule*:
  • Monday, September 9, 2019 (9:30am to 4pm)
    Georgia Institute of Technology – Atlanta, GA
  • Tuesday, September 11, 2019 (4pm to 7pm)
    Vanderbilt University – Nashville, TN
  • Tuesday, September 11, 2019 (12pm to 6pm)
    University of Illinois – Urban/Champaign – Champaign, IL
  • Thursday, September 13, 2019 (10am to 2pm)
    Emory University – Atlanta, GA
  • Tuesday, September 17, 2019 (11am to 4pm)
    University of California – Berkeley – Berkeley, CA
  • Friday, September 20, 2019 (1pm to 6pm)
    Atlanta University Center Consortium – Atlanta, GA
  • Monday, September 23, 2019 (3pm to 6pm)
    University of Tennessee – Knoxville, TN
  • Monday, September 24, 2019 (12pm to 5pm)
    University of Georgia – Athens, GA
  • Wednesday, October 2, 2019 (10am to 2pm)
    Belmont University – Nashville, TN
  • Wednesday, October 2, 2019 (10am to 2pm)
    Tennessee State University – Nashville, TN
  • Wednesday, October 2, 2019 (12pm to 4pm)
    University of Michigan – Ann Arbor, MI
  • Thursday, October 3, 2019 (12pm to 4pm)
    Northwestern University – Evanston, IL
  • Thursday, October 10, 2019 (11am to 3pm)
    Georgia State University – Atlanta, GA

*This list is tentative and is subject to change.

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