EpicCare Inpatient Orders Analyst (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – August 7, 2015
There were difficulties being brought in complete team member secondary to cultural differences, as was expressed to me by management. Being a temporary non-resident contractor may have been a factor. Communication was a major barrier, which made it difficult to do my job to the standards that I am used to and have experienced in the past. This ultimately lead to the dissolution of the relationship.
easy to get around the city
difficult to get specific directives from team leads, to do my job successfully
Fitness Specialist (Current Employee) – Jackson, MS – March 18, 2015
Baptist is a good place to work. I have had many good learning experiences while working here. I get along well with coworkers and management is always willing to listen to any concerns you may have. The hardest part of the job is getting involved with all the other departments in Baptist. The most enjoyable part of the job has to be the variety of activities and people I am involved in on a daily basis. There is never a dull day.
Patient Financial Representative II (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – March 3, 2015
Baptist Health was an amazing place to be employed with. They treat their employees with great passion. I served with them for 5 years and for personal reasons had to bring myself to resign. I worked in admitting, maternity and the emergency department, along side great co-workers.
Transcriptionist (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – February 21, 2015
I worked in office for the first year and worked from home for the most part. I would fill-in at the office when needed. There were 45+ transcriptionist in our department. We were radiology, but got to get experience in cardiology as well as surgical procedures. It was a wonderful learning experience. We were a part of the hospital even though being remote. We were able to have outlook, instant messaging, and luncheons to see each other as well as conference calls. This is a good place to work. The department was closed due to outsourcing and voice recognition.
PCA/UNIT CLERK - Currently (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – February 15, 2015
Depending on my duties that day I would say its pretty steady depending on our census. The hardest part of my day is when a baby expires. The best part is seeing and meeting new parents & knowing I make a difference when they call on me for things. I love all the Charge Nurses & they all know that they can depend on me.
smiling faces & small babies who are getting better.
multi tasking on a heavy day and there is only 1 unit clerk/pca me.
I love my Job and where i work. i am in the customer service field, work alot with different company vendors and a large variety of management team. everyday i have the opportunity to learn and grow. my co-workers are exellent, we are a team.
IT Clinical Application Analyst (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – July 27, 2014
comprehensive benefits which include competitive pay with direct deposit, medical, dental, vision, short and long term disability, life insurance, PTO package, paid holidays, 401(k), tuition reimbursement
Refund Representative (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – July 11, 2014
Work refunds, customer service, & bad addresses. Research accounts to make sure that the refunds needs to go back to the insurance company or to the patient. Work the refunds and make sure that refunds are done for Medicare in a timely matter. Management is good and the employees get alone with each other. We do weight loss challenges that encourage us to loss weight and to practice a healthier lifestyle.
little micro managing
holidays are not in a separte bucket. holiday time off is taken out of your eto
I work w/ one of the best ENT/Head & Neck Surgeons
Surgical Technician (Current Employee) – Jackson, MS – April 23, 2014
I work with an awesome ENT/Head & Neck Surgeon and we have a fabulous team. So a typical day at work for me consists of lots of FESS, T&A, Myringotomy w/ PE tube and of course some radical neck dissections/ thyroid procedures. The days I am not w/ my team, I help out 3 other ENT surgeons when needed. There are days I volunteer and go in and help in general surgery as well. I am a people person and a team player, therefore, I have to say I have remarkable co-workers. Communication and teamwork is very important in the safety and well being of the patient. Having a positive attitude and keeping a drama free environment is very important to me in maintaining a professional atmosphere. The most enjoyable part of my job, is knowing that I have contributed to and helped put in place the highest quality care and safety plan for the patient from the time they come in, until the time they go home. There should not be a hardest part of any job if you have teamwork and communication.
being prn & working w/ a specific team
there isn't enough ent for me to work more than a couple of days