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great practice
Marketing & Business Dev. Consultant (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PAJuly 28, 2014
Pros: friendly dermatologist, very skilled and knowledgeable, competitive pricing
Cons: long hours, tough staff and turnover at times
very knowledgeable physician. reasonable taught me so much allowing me to advance into an exciting career in the healthcare industry
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Fast paced with inphasis on training
Insurance Specialist (Former Employee), Plano, TXJuly 1, 2014
Pros: high energy environment
Cons: cramped quarters
Assisted with posting of payments for patients and insurance. Spoke with patients about billing concerns Assisted with insurance credentialing for providers. Appealed claims for both medical and Dental provider. Reviewed billing report with billing manager. Management conflicts with providers and managers. Professional environment. Keeping up pace with – more... patient load given dual medical and dental claims. Learning the newest mandates for medical billing practices – less
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same as Summit dermatology
Certified Medical Assistant (Former Employee), Chambersburg, PAMarch 14, 2014
same as summit dermatology, center for dermatology switched from private ownership to corporate ownership in 2008.
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Fun home care
Externship (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PASeptember 30, 2013
Pros: always had lunch parties
Cons: no heat
It was a fun job to be at you get to work with people and you get to meet new employers.
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Busy Practice, Fun place to work!
Licensed Practical Nurse (Former Employee), West Orange, NJJuly 25, 2012
Pros: 1/2 day fridays, generous time off
Cons: short breaks, on feet all day
A typical day at work would be preparing exam rooms, assisting a very busy physician with biopsies, surgeries, regular exams. The physician and physician assistant are great teachers! Co-workers are a blast to work with!
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Busy and fast pace work environment with friendly atmosphere
Medical Assistant (Extern) (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PAJuly 19, 2012
A typical day for me would be to greet patients and log them in for appointments. I would answer telephones to assist patients with various questions or to schedule them appointments. For new patients I would prepare their chart by having them sign consent, HIPPA, and any other forms needed at that time. I would also check their insurance information – more... to make sure that it was still active and collect any co-pays that were needed. Normally all existing patients would have their chart done the previous day with the completion of their super bill and insurance information check. I have learned to work all aspects of my job including stocking and cleaning exam rooms, escorting patients to examination rooms, and briefly taking down their medical history and reason for visit that day. Taking dictation from the dermatologist and writing prescriptions for the patients before we started doing E-scripts instead. I have verified medication refills for pharmacies and have instructed patients on how to use medication prescribed via instruction from the doctor. The atmosphere was always friendly and I enjoyed coming to work each day. Knowing that I was helping people and making a difference made the experience that much more enjoyable. – less
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Shady workplace
I dont know what my title was there (Former Employee), Tampa, FLJune 3, 2012
Pros: easy work
Cons: 30 min lunch break, the boss was non-confrontational, lacks professionalism.
Unprofessional, inconsistent, rude employees, low pay, inconsistent training, "two-face" demeanor from personnel and management. My trainer cursed every single day, was negative and showed no enthusiasm in her work. The HR employee texted me when it was time to 'let me go.' They gave no specifics (I’m sure by law) and the manager whom I directly spoke – more... to even re-routed me so that she didn’t have to confront me. Immaturity and rudeness harvested in this place. People would eat for their 30 minute lunch breaks in their cars because they didn’t even want to eat in the lunchroom, odd. – less