Health Outreach Worker (Former Employee) – Charlestown, MA – July 20, 2016
Hardest part of the job is micro management by supervisors as they do not provide support for direct staff. Direct supervisors do not support encourge direct staff for fear of retaliation by their supervisor
Medical assisting (Current Employee) – Springfield, MA – May 17, 2016
once referred to a patient, we work as a team to give them total healthcare, and make sure that they get the best, well rounded experience. We help the most needy and most difficult groups of people. This job isn't for everyone, but the culture is unique. I learned excellent communication skills, accountability, and learned the importance of helping others to help themselves. We encourage our members to participate in their healthcare and to change the way typical healthcare is done.
great pay, and great people.
not knowing if your day will be crazy busy or not... but thats most places
Former Employee (Former Employee) – Springfield, MA – August 20, 2015
Incompetent manager,Terminated by two previous employers for numerous complaints and concerns of questionable clinical background and behavior patterned displayed to residents and staff. Insufficient background check by HR followed by incompetent department overhead with poor interviewing skills and inability to property interview and identify individuals weaknesses and negative behaviors and attendance displayed and overall ability to perform job functions of a manager in a positive and effective way allowing clinician to repeat past behaviors of employee harassment ultimately effecting a break down of team and complaints to HR department where not addressed but entirely ignored allowing a Toxic Work Environment
Enrollment Reconciliation Specialist (Former Employee) – Downtown Boston – June 26, 2015
Horrible place to work with. Management is extremely unprofessional and constantly are "catching up" to do what should've been done initially before any issues took place. If you are seeking a place to advance your career seek elsewhere. Management would rather hire externally. Some occasions, positions are created for individuals and not posted.
people are nice company needs to make money to survive
UR Clinical Care Coordiantor (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – August 20, 2015
people are nice company is progressive, company helps the poor of massachusetts and ie losing money yearly. I perform telephonic nurse case management ur review, in charge of hosptials and rehabs, in mass. The job is difficult due to clientele, Liked the job for flexibility with kids in school
Sr. Business Analyst / Project Manager (Former Employee) – Boston MA – June 18, 2015
This organization had all of the best intentions but they refused to on-board and keep the talent that was required to successfully roll out the Obama One Care Initiative. The atmosphere has gone from bad to unbearable and sadly all of the best talent has chosen to leave the organization.
Great downtown Boston location
This sadly has become a togic sinking ship with no hope in site.
Admin (Current Employee) – Boston – December 4, 2013
Commonwealth Care Alliance is a great company to work for. They have recently been growing quite rapidly and because of this there is a lot of room for growth professionally (as long as you have the skills to do so). The benefit offerings are terrific and they care about their employees. If you work hard, you will be recognized and I have seen this with several of my colleagues.
benefit offerings, accrued time, nursing loan forgiveness and much more.
PAYROLL ADMINISTRATOR (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – June 28, 2014
My boss hated me from the moment I walked in the door. Did not want an assistant and did everything possible to ensure that I failed in the job. I believe management thought she needed an assistant but she was dead set against it and proved it by totally ignoring me from day one. She was the most bitter evil person I have ever had the displeasure to know..
besides the monster i was working for everyone else was super nice
Hard worker, Energetic, Willing to learn, Reliable
Member Services/Dental Coordinator (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – April 1, 2014
Call center environment, with high call volume. Follow up on emails requesting to assist members with issues and concerns. Perform many eligibility request. Assist members finding a dental provider. Assist members submitting dental appeals on their behalf. Follow up on a daily basis on appeals already submitted to dental vendor. The hardest part of the job is not having enough time in a day to complete all of the tasks. The most enjoyable part of the job is feeling gratified for a helping people and making a difference.
Clinical Operations Associate (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – August 13, 2014
Input and maintain a variety of databases and spreadsheets Participate in data collection for reporting purposes Entering inpatient data ensuring admission and discharge dates are accurate and entered timely Performs a QC of data on the MDS and enters the MDS data into Mass Health online