Safety meetings and followed by constant equipment issues and followed by Inventory updates.
BMET III (Current Employee), Durant, OK – November 9, 2014
On call for 24 hrs a day 7 days a week. Start by checking for service requests and email, followed by checking on open service calls and repairs. With that done perform department sweeps and inventory sweeps. Then perform safet
Great learning experience and I met some wonderful people who are friends for life.
Project Coordinator/Imaging Services Analyst (Former Employee), Franklin TN – September 12, 2014
As a CHS Analyst I traveled almost every Monday to one of their many hospitals in all parts of the country. I usually returned home on Fridays to my family. I have done Workflow Assessments, GAP Analysis, Unit Testing, Integrated Testing, SuperUser and EndUser Training for Radiology, Cath Lab, Physician Portal, HIM and CPOE. I also supported dozens – more... of golives in multiple areas of the hospitals including Radiology, Cath Lab, Physician Portal, HIM and CPOE. – less
I enjoyed the challenges of establishinga working relationship for the 'new' job function for nurses at St. Charles
Clinical Documentation Specialist (Former Employee), Port Jefferson, NY – August 22, 2014
Cons: chs was/is in a state of transition and the individual hospital structure is unsupervised
I enjoyed the challenges of using my analytical and critical care experiences to motivate others for the benefit of the patients and the facility. I had an excellent repoire with Dr.'s, RN's and coding staff as a result of my education modules and management skills. The corporate structure which the Clinical Documentation program was established under – more... (medical records) however caused a great deal of friction between myself and non-medical personnel. The essence of decials appeal management and DRG assignment in todays changing healthcare environment dictates clinical expertise, ever changing prioritization, and fresh thinking. The management team I was under were far to interested in completing their tenure at St.Charles than moving the hospital forward within the ever changing reimbursemnt structure of healthcare finance today. – less
Bilingual Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Brentwood, TN – August 12, 2014
Pros: free sodas and bounses
Cons: not very many i can think of
Typical Day At Work Was Very Productive And Constructive Always. Learned Better Communication Skills Through Working There. Management Was Very Supportive And Helpful Through All Situations And Worked Well With Meeting The Needs Of Each Employee. Co-Workers Were Very Awesome To Work With And Helpful As Well. The Hardest Part Of The Job Was When There – more... Wasn't A Solution To Suit The Patients Needs In Paying Their Bill. The Most Enjoyable Was Getting To Help Patients Get There Bill Taken Care Of And Meeting Daily Goals. – less