Marketing Manger (Former Employee) – Cerritos, CA – July 13, 2016
Good place to work, nice staff. Busy during AEP but good work life balance. The location is in Cerritos so it is a bit out there. You can make what you want out of it. Challenging part is some departments don't communicate well with each other. New CEO should make positive changes.
Front and Back Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – 750 E Thunderbird Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85022 – December 29, 2015
I greet patients and check them in. I check Vitals and get everything ready for the doctor. I call/schedule patients. I learned to work more efficiently when there is a high volume of patients. The is no hard part once you figure out how to do everything efficiently. I really enjoyed working along with hardworking co-workers.
Benefits Consultant/Community Outreach (Former Employee) – Mesa, AZ – December 16, 2015
I had a great time at Caremore, one of the most flexible companies I have worked and the pay was great. Managers were friendly and very helpful. I honestly dont have anything bad to say about the company other than its sad to see them exit the market.
Sr. Payroll Specialist (Former Employee) – Cerritos, CA – November 5, 2015
Just a lot of problems with an employee. I really didn't like the company, but excelled at the job. I have learned that I do have patience for nonsense and can thrive in a high level payroll department.
Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Tucson, AZ – November 1, 2015
Grate place to work with co-workers are friendly. Some of the benefits are awesome including free gym membership, hearth insurance and help with school. I love the customer care and the benefits provider to the patients..
Systems Analyst (Former Employee) – Cerritos, CA – September 9, 2015
Terrible experience working for this company • No collaboration between people and teams (e.g. emails to co-workers are ignored) • Very poor management (projects/tasks are never completed) • Infighting between different consulting companies for work and projects • Very immature IT processes and procedures • Anthem is slashing positions as it gets ready to merge with Cigna
Member Service Representative (Current Employee) – Cerritos, CA – May 30, 2015
Caremore is a great place to work. What I enjoy most is our management team we work under the best managers and the company does so much for it's employees. Not to mention the compensation is amazing for the work that we do. The company is forever growing.
Office Manager (Former Employee) – 2870 So. Maryland Pkwy #300 Las Vegas, NV – April 21, 2015
I loved my position as the Office Manager with the CMG/NV group. The staff was open to learning and being given corrective input on improving and learning short cuts to enhance and improve their day to day job functions.
I enjoyed the opportunities that were available for continuing education, I enjoyed the day to day challenges as the Office Mgr, I loved my entire team.
Lack of Fairness amongst the Local Management Staff & Supervisors.
Poor leadership and communication. Good company overall, poorly managed
Member Services Representative (Current Employee) – Cerritos, CA – March 6, 2014
Typical day is logging into the phones and assisting callers with questions and benefits. I enjoy the interaction with clients yet highly micro-managed work environment and high favoritism on the team. Unfair privileges based on who you know and if you are part of managements friend list. Unfair scheduling hours and distribution of time off. Management is not present, visible or available to answer questions, no feedback, no respond to emails. Training is unorganized and there is conflicting information about procedures and what to do.
Claims Examiner (Former Employee) – Cerritos, CA – November 19, 2013
i loved my job i loved my tasks i worked with this company for five years, the only complaint was the managers not being there for employees i had two clerks under me and i felt like i had to be there manager which wasnt a problem just if thats the case pay me with a manager salary.
NP (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – October 22, 2013
Typical day: Work hours are MUCH longer than advertised; but, management puts the blinders on to what actual Field NPs tell them! What I Learned: Better have your own fax machine/printer or you will be driving to the office every day to print med renewals, etc., as they come in via email! The salary is not worth the hours that you put in! Management and the hardest part of the job: They follow protocols but don't listen to patient's symptomology! Supervisors tell you to use old results instead of ordering new! Don't join if you are a Veteran; saving money is the name of the game and they won't approve orders for labs, or consults for you because you can just go to the VA! (This tends to be difficult if you have dementia or are wheelchair bound; but, that is not their problem)! Patients have bad outcomes because they are trying to save money and won't order labs, tests, or consults that would be advised to order or they use old records to justify not ordering new ones! Co-workers: Only saving grace and only reason they got 3 stars! Fellow NPs are great! Most enjoyable part of the job: the patients and being able to see them each week!
Micro Management by unqualified Case Management, Management Team
Case Manager (Former Employee) – AZ – October 10, 2013
If you are an experienced RN with a BSN, CCM--RUN AND STAY AWAY FROM THIS JOB. You are not valued for your experience or credentials. LPN's have the same role as a RN. The management team is ruthless, unexperienced and lack credentials. They are threatened by anyone who demonstrates leadership potential. One is in her position simply because she started with the company years ago as a CM assistant and friends with Senior Mgmt.. She is leading CM IT activities and is not a nurse and doesn't have a degree. She probably had something to do with the previous Director of CM with a MSN being fired. If you value your RN, CM skills, Don't waste your time here.
decent salary, but you earn every penny
management. lpn, s valued same or above rn, s. lots of bureaucracy.