Patient Service Representative II (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – June 21, 2017
Not a very nice place to work. High turn over rate. Only worried about productivity. Does not care about employees. Forced OT. Discriminating towards some employees. Very biased. Management is not approachable. Not allowed to talk. Nothing enjoyable except for the day I left.
Patient Access Specialist (Current Employee) – Austell, GA – June 16, 2017
they have nothing better to do than micromanage. They like to put everyone's business for all to see in a mass email. They do not utilize epic as they should. They make us fill out our own productivity sheets even though all information is in epic. This location lacks communication skills in management
Medicare, Patient Account Rep (Current Employee) – Lexington, KY – June 15, 2017
I prefer not to answer this due to currently working there. Although, I will say team work and management needs to be approved. More training to employees needs to be implemented. I have worked their over a year and very experienced in my job.
great work environment learned a lot and would for sure recommend this company to anyone looking for a place to grow with a team. Pay could be better but they do offer opportunities for those that have been around awhile.
Patient Access (Former Employee) – Rock Hill, SC – June 13, 2017
I really enjoyed working with Conifer and the staff at the hospital. All of the people I worked with had great teamwork and helped make work fun. I would still work for Conifer if I didn't have to move.
Patient Access Representative (Former Employee) – Lakewood, WA – June 10, 2017
Didnt care for this company who pays a lot lower then the rest of the hospitals around. You cam start as a per diem or part time and constantly apply for full time positions within but they never give you the chance. I was per diem and worked full time and more and never received benefits or PTO.
Web consultant (Former Employee) – Encino, CA – June 8, 2017
My peers were very nice and helpful, however the management were never around to consult. My direct supervisor was helpful, however, the workload was not consistant - sometimes critically busy and other times with nothing to develop. The other developers at Conifer were a pleasure to work with as they were bright and experienced. In difficult projects, I could bounce ideas from them.
Since I left Conifer, most of the other developers have also left.
Very corporate experience but also good place to work
Medical Billing / Customer Service (Former Employee) – Exton, PA – June 8, 2017
My typical day of work was signing onto many different programs before starting my work day and maneuvering between screens to be able to access account information on the accounts. It took 3 days to finish a billing process. I had to bill Corporate Accounts and Personal accounts and they were billed differently so the were done separately. Organization was key to being able to do your job successfully. It was a business work place but also low key which meant our job was very important but the stress level was low due to the interaction we had with each other. It was only a temporary position for me through a temp agency but it was a great experience.
National Director, Medicare Operations (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – June 6, 2017
Conifer Health Solutions (Conifer) leadership says all the right things, and genuinely wants to improve employee satisfaction and engagement, but lacks the operational leadership to make it happen. Also, Conifer is very challenged with finding a way to operationalize value-based care vision.
Reconciliation Specialist (Current Employee) – Springfield, IL – June 5, 2017
Environment is friendly, helpful, understanding, and willing to help. Learned many systems for healthcare as well as standards for the healthcare profession. Management is understanding if you need help and ensures your best interest.
Benefit Coordinator; financial counselor (Former Employee) – Savannah, GA – June 5, 2017
A typical work day at conifer is semi stress free. At times meeting end of the month goals can send you over the edge. Management could learn to separate personal and work relationships. those that need to be reprimanded are not and those who typically are are ones that typically keeps to themselves.
Conifer offers great opportunities for advancement which you will need to do because the pay is not competitive. They try to live by their core values however the bottom line always wins out in the end. It's a great stepping stone job.
Personal Health Nurse (Former Employee) – Annapolis, MD – June 3, 2017
The culture and management needs improvement otherwise a good company to work for. I enjoyed the flexibility to work from home it gave me a since of independence to prove to management I am reliable and able to carry out assigned tasks without supervision.