At Harmony Biosciences, we share the singular purpose of developing and providing new medications to help people who are living with rare diseases. Our culture is defined by our core values – keeping patients at the heart of all we do, acting with integrity and ethics, working with a one-team attitude, leading with the science as we identify clinical possibilities, and delivering excellence.
In 2019, Harmony was certified as a “Great Place to Work” based on extensive ratings by our employees in an anonymous independent survey that provides benchmarks, framework and assessment to recognize outstanding workplace cultures.
“I have never worked with a group of people that is as passionate about the science and how it ultimately positively impacts patient lives. The people at Harmony Biosciences truly care about the work that they do, the people they work alongside, and the people that will ultimately be impacted most by our medications.”
Craig Davis – Medical
“Our Harmony team has one common focus – the patient. This patient-centric mindset requires each member of our team to offer both business and personal perspectives in order to maximize what we can offer as a company. It’s great to know that my input is valued. Accountability, transparency, strategic thinking, and positive intent throughout the organization are expected and make my job fun!”
Chad Fellers – Field Medical
“I see our culture coming alive by the attitudes and behaviors of my colleagues. I have witnessed a clear purpose, strong work ethic and a high level of personal accountability.”
Jimmy Boland – Field Market Access
“At Harmony, every day begins and ends with the patient. There is a contagious passion everyone at Harmony shares that pushes one another to strive for excellence. The pursuit of helping a patient instills high levels of accountability into our everyday jobs.”
BJ Huss – Field Market Access
“The one thing that I like the best at Harmony is that titles don’t really matter – what matters is a really good end product delivering value for patients in need or their HCPs.”
Albena Patroneva – Medical/Clinical
“You can ‘see’ the culture every day by visually witnessing everyone working relentlessly toward the same goal; however, it goes beyond seeing it…you feel it. You feel it when you walk into the office, you feel the passion come through in conversations, you feel the positive attitudes, and you feel the willingness/eagerness to help one another to reach our goals.”
Bill Noss – Finance
At SLEEP 2018, a joint meeting of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the Sleep Research Society, the Harmony team helped to promote education about the pathophysiology of narcolepsy and the role of histamine and reinforce the importance of sleep medicine for those who live with sleep disorders.
The team at Harmony was pleased to help the United Way provide backpacks and school supplies to Philadelphia-area school children at this year’s Backpack-a-Thon.
Harmony was honored to be among those in attendance at the National Organization for Rare Disorders 2018 Rare Impact Awards in May 2018.