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seeing patients in the home
RN Staff Nurse (Current Employee), Louisville, KYJanuary 5, 2014
Enjoy my mental health patients the most and love seeing patients in the home environment and taking care of all needs.
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The enviornment was productive and team oriented
Infusion Billing Specialist (Former Employee), Milford, OHOctober 17, 2012
Pros: health and wellness promoion
Cons: location
The enviornment was productive and team oriented because everyone was always working and helping if needed.
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I left a job that I loved for a full time job with benefits only to have my position removed.
Office Manager (Former Employee), Morrilton, AR 72110August 19, 2012
Pros: i did think the nurses cared about the patients they cared for.
Cons: you must expect to train yourself and you must enjoy partying to fit in.
When I first went to my new position, it was under the St. Vincent Hospital. I was told we are going to be contracted out in a month, so I will let them train you in their new system. I was never trained in procedures and new company was never told when training began to go to new system. I figured out on my own procedures and applied to new system.

Two – more... months later after I get the office in order, I was told my position was to be eliminated. The company decided to fill all positions with nurses exclusively.

I loved working at St, Vincent and anyone that I worked with or supervisors that I worked under would tell you I work hard. I considered it more than a job but a ministry. – less
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Get Client up out of the bed, fix breakfast, clean up their room while client eat breakfast, give bath , wash clothes, help with medication, ect.
Home Health Aid (Current Employee), Little Rock, ARJuly 20, 2012
Pros: meeting someone thmeeting someone who. really need me, to give them a reason to keep on thats my fulfillment.
Cons: someone who really only need someone to clean their house.
The fun part of my job is spending time with my client makeing the laugh and preparing their meals that makes them so happy. During different tasks to keep them stimulates and to help them enjoy their day and look foward to tomorrow. The hardest part of my job is to see them depressed when I go in to visit so I make special effort to make sure when – more... I leave them they are in a better frame of mind. – less
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One month assignment
Reimbursement Clerk (Former Employee), Milford, OhioMay 4, 2012
Pros: work environment, medical billing experience
Cons: stability, communication regarding management
As a reimbursement clerk, I usually was given a specific task regarding adjusting or confirming A/R reports in the Microsoft excel application. I enjoyed being responsible for information that was to be shown to account executives. Management was distant yet the expansion of the company caused them to be very busy on a day-in-day-out basis. My co-workers – more... were all very engaging and seemed happy to go to work everyday. The overall work environment made it a place that permanent employment would be a pleasure. I learned skills pertaining to medical billing and analysis regarding patient insurance accounts. The hardest part of the job was to have all my assignments completed within the time period designated. – less