Pain Management & Specialist (Former Employee) – Elizabeth City, NC – December 26, 2017
Face paced work flow. Lots of data entry and one on one with patients. Would have been a great work setting if it had better management. I learned a lot about opiods and helping patients in chronic pain.
Production Team Member (Current Employee) – Georgetown, KY – November 5, 2017
Great coworkers. A serious lack of communication. Seems as if management cares more about production than their team members.If you run over your personal non paid time off, no matter if its an emergency or not (example: Child being born) they will terminate you. will not let you use vacation time for said emergency either.
I went PRN (Former Employee) – Olathe, KS – October 27, 2017
I enjoy helping others, but this job was a lot of work for little pay. I don't recommend you start in a psychiatric ward or Alzheimer's facility with having regular experience first. Otherwise you might burn out quickly. Proper training for these kinds of patience is a must.
Constant turn over in employees, and not enough money for what you do.
Data Specialist (Former Employee) – Norfolk, VA – September 20, 2017
A typical day at CMA for the position I was working was reviewing over daily contracts from customers. After, reviewing the contracts any changes the customer requested on the contract I made changes to that contract and looked for errors as well.
CMA (Former Employee) – columbus ohio – August 18, 2017
A typical day on the job was seeing patients until 2 pm and after that was desk work like prior authorization, referrals phone messages and call backs to patients as well as routing messages to the doctor.
Inside Sales Coordinator- logistics (Former Employee) – Norfolk, VA – June 26, 2017
detailed with lots of e-mail good benefits hardest part is keeping up with 200 plus e-mails per day liked the company treated employees well, envirement clean, vacation requests honored 99% of the time
3 weeks vacation, health dental and vision insurance
management changed and job requirement changes while in position
CMA (Former Employee) – Eureka, KS – June 17, 2017
Great Place to work. Learned more about being a CMA and some nurse duties that I had to do. Supervised employees on my shift. Learned to communicate more with doctors, pharmacies, hospital, family, residents and more of the community.
Great residents to work with and great management
Worked 3rd shift which was hard with my home life & family