Health Care Technology
Company Overview of Q Mark, Inc.
Q Mark, Inc. provides a suite of quality improvement and performance measurement products and services for managed care organizations and government agencies. It offers MediMetry Solutions software to produce the consumer assessment of healthcare providers’ sample frames, administrative rates, hybrid samples, integrated healthcare association’s pay-for-performance measures, and provider report cards; interpret back-end tables through SQL queries; calculate administrative and hybrid rates, including product type, payer type, contract, eligibility type, and provider organization; create automated data assessment report; and export IDSS and Medicare patient level detail data file formats. The c...
2629 Waterfront Parkway East Drive
Indianapolis, IN 46214
Founded in 1996
Key Executives for Q Mark, Inc.
Senior Vice President of Client Operations
Director of Q Mark Clinical Services
Vice President of Information Solutions
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Q Mark, Inc. Key Developments
Woman Files lawsuit Against Q Mark, Inc
Feb 21 13
An Ohio woman alleges in a lawsuit that she was fired for voting for President Barack Obama, a charge the company denies. Patricia Kunkle is seeking in excess of $25,000 from Q Mark, Inc. and its president and owner, Roberta 'Bobbie' Gentile, in a suit filed in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court. Kunkle's lawsuit claims Gentile threatened employees with termination in 2012 if Obama was re-elected and that Obama supporters would be the first to be terminated if he were re-elected. Kunkle's suit said her voting preferences came up in conversation the day after the election and that she was fired Nov. 9 for what the suit claims Gentile said was in the 'best interest of the company'. The suit claims Kunkle started as a temporary worker with the small company in April 2012 and became full time in May 2012. It also says she performed her duties 'efficiently and effectively,' never received any disciplinary action or negative performance evaluations. The suit also said Kunkle was paid $12 per hour, was not paid overtime for hours she worked in excess of 40 hours and is not exempt from OT pay requirements under the Fair Labor Standards Act. The suit also said Gentile engaged Q-Mark employees in conversations aimed at discovering employees' political affiliations and repeatedly disparaged Obama supporters.
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