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More emphasis on paperwork than actual decent patient care
RN Case Managet (Former Employee), Gainesville gaDecember 10, 2014
Cons: everything
Was excited at first to be working as RN at company. Gave 100% toward my patients. Company didn't care. All they cared about was the impossible amount of paper(computer) work that needed to be done. The technology was pathetic. My computer never worked right, nor was proper instruction ever given on how to use it. I had 3 computers in as many months – more... and was on the phone to IT more than should have been necessary. Most of the "support" people in the office were either immature, lazy, or both. Distance between patients too far. Impossible to chart in most patients homes. Expected to work 16 hours a day. – less
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good
Business Office Specialist (Former Employee), Florence, ALDecember 4, 2014
good work area good work hours nice coworkers clean building, unable to get use to supervisory overturn...
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Worst job ever!
Nursing (Former Employee), Fayetteville, NCDecember 2, 2014
Cons: everything
This office is the worst place ever. Managers and directors if that's what you want to call them, can not even make a decision. Office is a mess, no communication at all. Everyone is overworked and no appreciation or help at all.
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Great work expierience
IT Support Analyst (Former Employee), Baton Rouge, LADecember 1, 2014
I was ok with this job. I stayed there as long as I was able to. I had to have surgery and I was not able to go back when I had to. So unfortunately I ended up leaving the job. I wish I didn't lose my job bc it was good job. They worked with me with a lot of issues I went through.
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Sales
Care Transitions Coordinator (Current Employee), Louisville, KYDecember 1, 2014
Pros: flexibility
Cons: poor management
The company has gone through a lot of changes in the last year. The owner and CEO was forced to resign by the Board of Directors. I have had more managers than can be imagined in the last few years. The company is at a point it appears to be for sale yet no one is saying this. Financially, they are better than they have been in years yet they push their – more... sales force to the maximum. They set your quota, you meet the quota, but they want more... – less
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The culture of this company is not good.
Area Vice President (Former Employee), Baton Rouge, LANovember 30, 2014
Many people who were instrumental in this company's growth were dismissed without reason with new CEO
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Caring work environment
BI Business Systems Manager (Current Employee), Baton Rouge, LANovember 30, 2014
Pros: flexible work
Cons: frequent management changes
Friendly work environment. The company cares as much for their patients as their employees.
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The Most Immature Mangement Team / Ever and inter office Relationships are innapropriate
Hospice aid (Former Employee), Bangor, MeNovember 26, 2014
Pros: the pay
Cons: management, travel, schedules, inter office relationships
This Company went through Management people like Kleenex. Then hired Immature Management Team . The Office Manager and the Company Manager seemed very, very Friendly with each other and at times it was very apparent and inappropriate the way they acted with each other in the office! The Company in Bangor was more about the numbers IMO then with Concern – more... for Patients, Nurses would see Patients Perhaps 30 minutes, to less than 15 Minutes, while the Hospice aids were there with the patient 3o min to 1 hour.
The Nurses were not that involved with patients and often would ask the Aid many questions about the Patient , that the Nurse would have known had they been vested in the Patient and their Care! – less
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Management top heavy and scattered
Hospice Care Transitions Coordinator (Former Employee), Washington, PANovember 18, 2014
Pros: nothing
Cons: more managemant personal then clinical staff
If you tell family members you will be with the patients when they are in the dying process. you should be their.
Understanding hospice and the admission critiria is a MUST>>> It should be about the patient NOT THE NUMBERS>>
Not enought nurses and HHA to get the job done.
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The absolute worst company I have ever worked for
RN (Former Employee), Hackensack, NJNovember 17, 2014
Pros: absolutely none
Cons: awful management, unprofessional, rude, uneducated, not caring.
Hands down, the absolute worst company I have ever worked for! I worked as an RN in the Hackensack office before I wised up and quit (along with a lot of other people). The administrator for hospice is one of the most uncapable people I have ever encountered. The business office manager was just as bad. The BOM is rude, unprofessional, crass and nasty – more... (including to patients and families, not just colleagues). I know of other people who were treated a lot worst than me while working in the Hackensack office. I'm glad to be gone! "Morning meeting" consisted of having to hear our egotistical administrator share her personal life (TMI) with us on a daily basis. Waste of time to have to be in the office for that. No one here knew what they were doing. Understaffed, not able to keep staff, high turnover and they don't care where they send you. Never once saw admin venture out into the field to help anyone. Nurses, aides, saleswomen and office staff were quitting left and right. Dismal work environment in the office, not any better in the field – less

December 15, 2014

I worked for Amedisys in Hackensack very briefly. My work conditions were so awful I don't even want to post them here. I agree with everything you've said. Absolutely disgusting conditions. Would never recommend it for employment or, God forbid actual hospice services.

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Enjoy my job
LPN, Clinical Manager Assistant (Current Employee), Chatsworth, GANovember 16, 2014
I enjoy my job, I like the flexibility and getting to do new and different things all the time. Some days I get to go see patients all day, some days I'm in the office. I've got to go do education clinics and help our neighbors in the community. It's a wonderful job, but we have plans of relocating next year and will be moving out of state so sadly – more... I will have to find another job. – less
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Good Local Branch Team, poor compensation, poor technology
RN Case Manager (Current Employee), Griffin, GANovember 12, 2014
Pros: local leadership is good
Cons: long hours, abundant paperwork, timelines for submission
Pay per visit and seems to be feast or famine. Never know how much your paycheck will be. Benefits are poor, salary is less than other Home Health Companies.
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A home health care provider
Area Director of Operations (Current Employee), Tinley Park, ILNovember 5, 2014
A home health care provider.

I decline to write more about this organization at this time.
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Over worked
LPN (Former Employee), Charleston wvNovember 4, 2014
They have a lot of difficulty retained staff both nursing and support staff. During that time I worked at this site at one time nursing was short. To the point of having only 3 nurses to cover 6 positions, no agency nursing was obtained, and many 16 hour shifts repetitively was expected of the nurses,
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AMEDISYS
Registered Nurse/ Case manager (Former Employee), Beaufort, SCNovember 4, 2014
Pros: pay
Cons: managment
FREQUENT TURNOVER WITH MANAGEMENT. POOR INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION, NEED MORE JOB SKILLS LABS OR EDUCATION FOR THE LPN'S.
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It could be better
COTA/L (Current Employee), Kingsport, TNNovember 2, 2014
Pros: good pay
Cons: full time employees are expected to have 30 to 35 visits a week
Too much time spent on paper work. It is difficult to write notes in the pts home however that is expected. Usually my visits are over by 3 or 4 pm but I have over an hour sometimes 2 of notes to write
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Once discharged, patients aren't always compliant with physician orders.
LPN Home Health Nurse (Current Employee), Oklahoma City, OKOctober 21, 2014
Went to see a patient in their home to provide wound care. Pt rated pain 8/10. Last pain medication administration was two days prior visit d/t pt not wanting to become addicted. Educated patient on proper pain management and rationale. Educated patient to stay in front of pain by administering it as ordered by physician. Explained to patient addiction – more... occurs when medication is administered when there is no pain. pt verbalized understanding. Next visit the next day patient rated pain 1/10. Pt had followed my instructions and pain was successfully controlled. Extremely rewarding to see a change in patient demeanor upon next visit d/t proper pain control. – less
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Do not recommend
Employee (Current Employee), Bluefield, WVOctober 19, 2014
Pays well however Amedysis management has very poor management and moral.
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They put their employee first
Care Transitions Coordinator (Former Employee), Douglasville, gaOctober 5, 2014
I hope the company has the same goals. Patients, family first
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Good job with home health care company
Account Payable Clerk (Former Employee), Baton Rouge, LASeptember 23, 2014
Pros: great accounting dept to work in
Cons: traffic getting to work
Paying vendor invoices. People were great to work with. A day at work involved matching purchase orders with invoices. Hardest part of job was getting to work in the traffic

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About Amedisys

Amedisys' philosophy, "Taking care of your loved ones as we would our own," has guided their growth into one of the – Read more