Called FSU alumni and informed them about what's going on at the university. As well as encourage them to donate towards providing educational upgrades towards the quality of learning and campus life of students.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Tallahassee, FL – January 12, 2017
The people were easy to work with. Patients were slightly more difficult but overall a very pleasing place to be employed. Paid time off, all major holidays off, great benefits and chances to be promoted within or to another department.
Hours are typically 8-5 m-f.Company has a great reputation to the public, however terrible mgmt and terrible pay for the amount of work you are given. Small departments with overload of work. The great insurance benefits tend to keep people there longer than what most would ever care to stick it out for any other reason. Take your chances when looking into a job at CHP!!
Medical Office Clerk & Receptionist (Former Employee) – Tallahassee, FL – February 25, 2015
I worked in medical records and I worked as a medical receptionist. I felt like I made a difference in patients lives even if it was a with a quick phone call. The phones were non-stop, and calls were to be limited to the shortest amount of time as possible. The hardest thing about it was feeling like you were rushing the patient off the phone who just wanted to talk about their cats or grandchildren.
MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST (Former Employee) – Tallahassee, FL – January 8, 2015
I worked at CHP for 6 years. I built many relationships with my co workers, Doctor's, and patents. Each day we had something to do so there was never any idle time. My co workers were some of the best people I have ever worked with. The benefits were amazing. Being that we worked for the insurance company we didn't pay a dime each month for coverage. It is such a great job that my sister was and still is employed there. The allowed her to take a year off with each of her two kids and she is still there. I sincerely miss working there.
Benefits, vacation time, relationships, and all the medical information I gained
Having to turn someone away for being late to their appts per Doctor's orders
Lead X-Ray Technologist (Current Employee) – Tallahassee, FL – September 24, 2014
A typical day at work consist of managing the day to day departmental work flow. I have learned to be direct and always make sure my staff are aware of company expectations. I consider my co-workers to be essential to the team because a great team makes the job more enjoyable. The most enjoyable part of my job is knowing that I provided quality care to the members and I am part of a team that cares.
Claims (Former Employee) – Tallahassee – April 16, 2014
Don't train properly and when management will let other employees tell them that they need to fire u. They will do it even though the person who trained you says u was doing good. Terrible place to work.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Health Promotion - GS – January 16, 2014
My daily duties included running the ADHD reports and entering new members into the database. Working on monthly and quarterly HEDIS reports. I assisted with the OB measure, ADHD measure, COPD measure and Diabetes measure. I helped with health fairs, scheduling appointments for patients, covering chronic care and cardiology. I answered the Health Information Line phone calls, Chronic Care, Cardiology, and Health promotion phone calls. I put pulse ox monitors on patients and gave spirometry tests. I worked well with the nurses and doctors and assisted with whatever was needed.
very fulfilling work, enjoyment of assisting people and helping patients.
unable to have OT, never felt like "part of the team", no PTO, not paid for holidays
Medical Receptionist (Current Employee) – Tallahassee, FL – June 8, 2013
Typical day at work would consist of answering phones, meeting and greeting patients, processing paperwork, and performing minor tasks for doctors. They have great management staff & reliable co-workers. The most difficult part of the job is dealing with extreme personalities. Most enjoyable part of the job is the work environment (staff i.e. doctor's, nurses, co-workers, and management staff).
Great staff, Great benefits, professional work environment
Not enough opportunities for advancement in my current position.
Large Group Representative (Former Employee) – Tallahassee, FL – February 19, 2013
Track new enrollment for large companies. Track eligibility of companies employees and their dependants. Issuse the health insurance cards and welcome packets. Answer and questions that either the employer or employee may have. Accept payment for policies.