I liked working there and would love to come back and join the staff that i grew to know and like, as well as the patients that I got to know as well. I personally was called apone by patients to draw specimens
-Transporting surgical equipment to the O.R’s, and assisted with the set up. -Put together surgical equipment sets, and wrapped them. -Checked sterile supplies for use. -Put together case carts to be transported to the O.R’s for surgery. -Inspected equipment. -Made sure inventory was accurate
Translator (Former Employee), Cleveland, OH – April 18, 2014
The nature of the job was perfect, l had learned a lot form interrupter job at the Cleveland clinic, it was good position. The hardest part of the job when you work under pressure with patient in on office while other patient wait to take care off. The handle of the management and salary was great at that position.l Worked alone as interpreter to take – more... care off every typical day. – less
Patient Account Representative II (Former Employee), Cleveland, OH – April 17, 2014
A typical day at work at The Cleveland Clinic was redundant. Consistantly reviewing doctors bills for services rendered at the Cleveland Clinic. Reviewing bills for accurancy and efficiency, making sure coding was correct, insurance was active, deductables were meet and all major billing fuctions. Write offs and premiums paid would be consistantly reviewed. – more... Working with the Epremis system to make sure the bills were up to the standards of HIPPA laws and regulations. Accurancy for doctors registration information, and collections. – less
Junior Ambassador Program (Former Employee), cleveland oohio – April 11, 2014
Pros: free lunch tickets.
Cons: standing for atleast 8 hours
Wo9rk day consisted of helping people to and from their appointments, also transferring guest around hospital making sure food was given to all patients and guest I was assigned. I learned how to clean an oxygen tank, also learned how to sanitize beds and make them properly. management was very friendly, co-workers where very welcoming and friendly. – more... very encouraging environment. the hardest part of doing this job would be having to push guest around whole hospital in wheel chair. the most enjoyable part of this job was the fact that I was able to stay busy the whole entire time and love what I was doing. – less
Database Developer (Former Employee), Cleveland, OH – April 11, 2014
Cleveland Clinic of BI Department is a well organized company that i had a good time with. The managers are always open to face a new change and encourage you to put your talent and create special things.
Department Administrator (Current Employee), Cleveland, OH – April 11, 2014
Oversee the sales, marketing, logistics and client services departments of the Reference Laboratory to include ~50 direct and indirect reports Responsible for $54M in revenue; increased by 25% since 2011 Develop and manage departmental operating budgets and monitor cost variances Assist in implementing strategic initiatives with the department including – more... institute commercialization growth strategies, new practice acquisitions and marketing plans. Direct the selection and placement of new employees and conduct performance evaluations Lead departmental business reviews, key performance indicator (KPI) development and most wanted improvement (MWI) initiatives – less
Workers Comp Coordinator III (Former Employee), Cleveland, OH – April 10, 2014
Pros: great working place
Cons: fast paced some times but it mad for a short day
7:30 Start time Run reports and start to work them. Learn something new daily. Paper work for patients. Talk to doctors, lawyers, patient, and their family's. Help co-workers when asked and if I get one of there calls. Hardest part of job was when a patient died. Best part of job was when all paper work went great and patient got the help they needed – more... and went back to work with no complications. – less
I had the honor of working side by side with many talented medical professionals in the CT-ICU. There was always something to learn and someone willing to teach you. This was a wonderful experience for me as I was in nursing school. After graduation, I choose to continue my employment with this organization.
P.C.N.A (Former Employee), Cleveland, OH – April 1, 2014
Typical Day: Great as long as you're patient with your patients. Learned: Never get too comfortable with a job you don't have yet and pass your qualifying tests. Management: Excellent, always knows how to keep a great company on top. Co-Workers; Some are ok but most are genuine and is willing to work with you to take care f business. Hardest Part: Passing – more... pre-qualifying test. Enjoyable Part: Coming to work everyday – less
Financial Counselor (Current Employee), Cleveland Clinic Main Campus – March 31, 2014
As an emergency room financial counselor I was responsible for verifying insurance, accurately inputting sensitive information into patient files, obtaining financial assistance for patients and dealing with personal information with sensitivity and discretion. I worked closely with patients, physicians, administrators and co-workers in a highly stressful – more... position while maintaining a positive, friendly and helpful attitude. – less