Plenty of room to grow and advance, corporate stability questionable
Provider Network Analyst II (Former Employee) – Virginia Beach, VA – September 11, 2016
After 6 promotions in 8 years, I can't say find a negative comment for this company. Coworkers were always helpful, most managers were approachable and the company holds a very high ethical and compliance standard. Fairness is implemented across the board. The synergy in the office makes it difficult to identify a difficult part of the job because everyone helped each other, which was the most enjoyable part of working for this company. My contributions and structure of processes and programs were adopted as standard practice and my effort was always acknowledged.
Great coworkers, ability to implement processes with creativity and problem resolution
If You Wish to be in High School Again, Anthem is the place for you
OE (Current Employee) – Tampa, FL – July 22, 2016
Decent job, but the employees make you not want to come to work. Mangers have their pets and get involved in the pettiness and drama on the floor. Potlucks were good, pay is great, but don't like the immaturity of the place
Provider Contract Specialist I (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – July 18, 2016
Performed basic clerical tasks, along with operating basic office equipment. Sorted & distributed incoming and outgoing mail. Maintained a daily spreadsheet for stock/supplies. Input customer's information via data entry from a variety of sources into a computer database for company records. Along with filling in for the office receptionist as needed, which included; answering phones, greeting & directing visitors, processing orders/taking payments, etc.
You can grow in the company if you know the right people. A lot of the people are friendly. You are production based depending on the department you work in. Its not too stressful but management could be better. Training needs improvement big time. You are left to learn a lot of things on your own with out any guidance.
work from home oppurtunities, quarterly bonuses, flex schedule
poor training, poor systems, not very good raises.
Outreach Care Specialist (Current Employee) – Overland Park, KS – June 8, 2016
I'm working for Amerigroup Government Business Division (Medicaid) Managed Care Organization. I've learned so much about managed care in my short time with Amerigroup, I've learned about how we can prevent disabled members in our community from being taken advantage of and how we can prevent provider fraud. These things in return make our community a better place to live and to raise children in. I love being a subject matter expert and assisting my colleagues and new hires anytime that I can. I also enjoy playing a part in the success of our health plan in Kansas. The hardest part of my job is that we have turnaround times for the state so it can make taking off extended periods of time for vacation difficult because I never want my department to be behind. I have to say that the most enjoyable part of my job is working with the managers and medical directors and absorbing their knowledge and skills in this industry.
Executive Admin Assistant to AVP-Credentials (Former Employee) – Virginia Beach, VA – May 31, 2016
Great Company! It was a great experience. I worked along side of the AVP of Credentials. During this experience I was able to administer executive support to the floor of employees under her direct leadership.
Preauthorization Asst (Former Employee) – Virginia Beach, VA – May 20, 2016
I worked at the call center, the work itself was not bad. I gained experience working at a call center on a multiline phone system. The immediate supervisors was the most difficult part of the job. The woman that became my supervisor I liked her a lot prior to her being my supervisor. I could go to her for help numerous times and she was always pleasant and helpful. Once she became supervisor she became very cold and unapproachable, the immediate supervisors were the hardest part of the job. The most enjoyable part of the job was the great incentives. They were always having drawings, that we didn't have to pay for, with great prizes, just to show appreciation for the employees' work. The benefits were great and the pay was good.
Every day I would go in and check my emails and respond to any that needed to be respond to. Based on whatever project I was working on, I would go ahead and start working on it. Anytime my co-workers needed help getting certain things done I would always offer to help. The management there was great, everyone was very kind! My co-workers were always willing to help me out learn new things there. The hardest thing for me was getting use to utilizing excel but I was getting there. I enjoyed being in an environment where everyone was caring and willing to help you.
Currier (Former Employee) – El Paso, TX – May 10, 2016
Nice company to work for. Friendly staff. I learned how to set schedules/ appointments, obtain signatures from doctors, input information to computer system, and how to maintain an very orderly workspace.
A typical work day I received different types of correspondence. the correspondence ranges from Medical bill, request to verify member Primary Insurance information and explanation of benefits. Upon review of information, I determine if I can adjust the claim if payment was made to incorrect provider, receiving information from Medical nurse review of medical records in or der for to pay claim or procedure that was originally denied.
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