Care Transitions to SNF Nurse Care Coordinator (Former Employee), Flint, Michigan – May 11, 2015
Pros: Flexibilty with hours
Cons: Solitary position
Worked for as Nurse Care Coordinator. Typical day includes visiting members in hospital then returning to home office and providing follow-up calls as needed. Awesome position, but work alone daily with no co-workers to work as a team other than through computer.
Pharmacist (Former Employee), Texas – October 15, 2014
Pros: nice scheduled breaks, it is a job with money, sound friendly
Cons: does not deliver all they promised, you will get a much higher salary on your own, no benefits
A typical day at work depends on where you are placed. They were friendly but did not deliver on all they promised. There will not be any benefits in addition to salary. They do a lot of placement in mail – more... order pharmacies which has a nice professional environment but do not think you will be treated as an equal to permanent employees. A-line will low ball you on salary if you do not negotiate. Expect things not to be set up as they should. If you can not get a job anywhere else they do help and money is money but this should be a last resort. Better than nothing and a $0 paycheck. – less
Contract Pharmacist (Former Employee), Solon, Ohio – May 3, 2013
Pros: full time positions are available.
Cons: contract positions only
It all depends on the contract and the placement. The position I had was very good. The people were easy to work with qnd very friendly and helpful. The work was almost all on the computer from the time you came in to the time you left. It dealt with reviewing information about a claimand make a decision on it, if you could.