not the picture they paint
RN (Former Employee) – United States – November 18, 2017
They paint a terrific picture of a flexible schedule ...great pay...good money per unit ....a unit is half an hour....and promise a number of visits per week adding up to more than your current employer is paying you. So you do the math in your head, get excited and give your notice.. Show up for orientation day one and they send you home to do your orientation on line. Thats for the visit,software, and documention orientation. You're there for weeks before you realize at the end of your guaranteed orientation pay, you don't know how to document your time (and thats what they pay you for)....you'll notice a significant dive in your paycheck and not nearly the number of visits promised and you get blown off when trying to get help. I can't count the number of texts I've received when asking for help that start with "hahahaha don't worry about it..we'll talk next time you're in." and of course...the CM and DOO tag team and are never there more than 3-4 days a week...great gigs..and the pay?...sounded great...but they don't say that you get paid for 30 minutes per visit but it takes upwards to an hour and all your documentation time is FREE...which can be equal to your visit time....now I know why people come and go so fast in a field that most nurses never leave when they get the chance to do homecare...not for this outfit...the patients don't matter, the employees don't matter....just make sure you're notes cater to medicare.
ridiculous hours for what turns out to be peanuts for pay, revolving door, not at all dedicated to the actual patients....this is gimmick homecare at its best.....RUN