You will encounter some of the best PTAs, along with some that are obviously not in the correct field for work.
Front Desk Receptionist (Current Employee) – Enterprise, AL – April 5, 2017
You are painted a beautiful picture just to get you in with them. But you definitely see the ugly picture soon after you think you are settled in. I choice this career field to better serve all types of people by helping them. That is not how this company works. You PACK their pocketbook no matter how it is affecting the patients.
Very few PTAs
Non Compliant with healthcare for patients and Their insurance, no job security at all.
Co-founder/ Clinical Specialist/Director (Current Employee) – Dublin, CA – August 22, 2014
A place with heart and passion about helping kids. Employees are collaborators on serve provision and the company plan. Everyone works well together and management is responsive to the needs of employees.
Medical Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – December 2, 2012
Typical day: review territory; plan calls/driving plan; make phone calls/appointments; make sure all insurance paperwork submission were complete from the previous day; make office/patient calls; return to office,complete and submit doucmentation for the day; document calls Learned: pain management; pain therapies; diabetes; neuropathy, etc. Small company but loved co-workers; compatible work ethic Hardest part: getting private insurance to pay claims Enjoyed: interacting with the patients, definitely
schedule flexibility; coordinating my own day and travel plans