RECEPTIONIST (Former Employee) – Johnson City, TN 37604 – March 13, 2017
I was in between jobs and need to find work. I submitted my application and resume with this company and was able to find a job within a month. They placed me with a company that after 90 days they hired me.
Inpatient Coding Specialist, ICD10 (Former Employee) – Duluth, GA – October 23, 2016
Job security is not a main goal. Management changed twice while I was employed for 6 months time frame. You learn how to code patient records using ICD-10 and once you have completed the training session you will have to wait for a contract to pick you up. My training class had maybe 2 people to get picked up out of 15 people. If you do not gain a client you can kiss the job security goodby.
Inventory Specialist (Current Employee) – Anahiem – June 16, 2016
The work was fun and fulfilling and I worked with a small diverse group that valued my experience and knowledge. I had a lot of work but the environment was easy going and fun. I enjoyed coming to work and getting to know the Craft and managers.
Started work in the morning, coded from list sent by client, completed what was sent. Sometimes had to wait for a list. The hardest part was handwritten notes that were hard to read, also some op reports were not as complete as they should be . The nice part was having a good recruiter.
Financial Consultant (Former Employee) – Tempe, AZ – February 25, 2016
I retired from BAE Systems, Inc. and agreed to stay on as a contracted service person. Comforce was a company located in Tempe, Az. that BAE Systems worked with to employ people who were contracted service for short periods of time. I only spoke with one person by telephone during the term of my agreement.
Billing Account Specialist (Current Employee) – Syracuse, NY – June 9, 2015
A typical work day included arriving at work 15 minutes early a cup of tea from the pantry and log-on to computer prior to my required start time and work to adjust bills as supplied by the electronic work que or paper (Hybrid environment). Continually learned new techniques in the billing process to increase productivity. Co-workers were helpful in the learning stages of the job, productivity was key and conversation was kept to a minimum. The job was not hard since I took great notes and therefore asked fewer questions than most. The most enjoyable part of the job was the quiet work environment which allowed you to focus totally on the job.
Company provided lunch periodically and the break room services such as snacks, accessible refrigerator, coffee, tea and the cleanliness was phenomenal.