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Horrible place to work!
Medical Billing (Former Employee), Toledo, OhioNovember 12, 2013
Pros: got a paid check
Cons: poor management
Horrible place to work! Management and Ownership is demeaning and rude. Not enough employees to perform work needed. Constant chaios. Very outdated IT capabilities that results in a lot of tedious manual labor. Very high turn over in staff. Whenever they get good managers or staff they leave because of the toxic environment. Loved my co-workers; they – more... were hard working caring individuals. Horrible training program. Very unprofessional organization. – less
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Fast paced, fun great place to learn and advance
Client Account Representative (Former Employee), Toledo, OHMay 15, 2013
Pros: paid lunches, free parking, health benefits
Cons: it was a good place to work and learn. i left because of the opportunity to advance
APS allows the opportunity for employees to advance and take on new positions within the company. They helped provide me with the skills and knowledge to do my current position. They are family oriented so this is great for working moms.

With the ability to move up and between departments you were always learning something new, and I enjoyed meeting – more... and working with people there. I started out in the customer service department taking calls from patients and verifying all demographics were correct, insurance denials/requests and filing of secondary claims. I then moved into the Insurance Claims department where I followed up with carriers on unpaid claims, claims that were processed incorretly and filed appeals. After a short time I also worked all collection accounts, this is where accounts were reviewed 1 final time before moving to an outside agency for collections. Here I would review the claim to see if all demographics were correct, if the carrier was needing additional information etc before placing the account to collections. I then moved into the position of Client Account Representative where I worked one on one with the clients, and multiple departments daily to ensure the claims that were coming in were going out timely and without errors as well as monitored the client cash flow. – less
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monotonous work, terrible management
data entry (Former Employee), toledo, ohApril 5, 2013
They have you do the same thing over and over again until you feel like a zombie from staring at the computer screen non-stop. They keep track of how quickly you work, and if it's not quick enough, they fire you. I wasn't quick enough, even though the people around me sat around chit chatting a good deal of the time while I was working. I would get – more... up every hour to use the restroom or get water, just to give my eyes a rest, plus my back would ache because the chair was broken. I think my supervisor saw me getting up all the time and thought I wasn't working. Person was a jerk anyway. They also make the low level employees park about 3 buildings down. You're a disposable employee here. The first day, they didn't even show me around or introduce me to anyone. – less
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Loved working here
Insurance Specialist (Former Employee), Toledo, OHAugust 30, 2012
I loved the people I worked with also what I did. I liked knowing what I could and could not do. I had no suprises with this job.