Policy Configuration Specialist (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 8, 2016
Cotiviti is an amazing place to work no matter where you are in life - just out of college, or more settled down. On the job, you will learn every day as medical documents and rules are updated, systems are changed are for the better, and new insights are made.
Very friendly environment, occasional outings, some travel. New Hire orientations, options for career growth, monthly meetings with managers.
Very fast paced, month to month workload with differing amounts, lots of changes because of growth.
Jr. Auditor (Current Employee) – 462 S. 4th Street – September 25, 2016
Definitely a great place to work, very team oriented with many opportunities for advancement. Hard work definitely pays off! Striving to look for concepts in order to find healthcare overpayments is one main goal of my team. Takes focus and diligence in order to achieve high results.
Senior Audit Support Assistant (Former Employee) – Conshohocken, PA – April 26, 2016
Very un organized the systems are very out dated and down most times. Management don't have a clue. Staff very immature and have horrible communication skills don't like to share information. Worse place to work. Very low salary and medical benefits very expensive. Not sure how this company still around. They're so focus on numbers and don't care about their employees. Very high turn over rate.
Manager (Current Employee) – Conshohocken, PA – May 20, 2016
I've been with this company for 3 years and I really like it here. Yes, there have been a lot of changes but most have been positive. Flexible work schedules, good benefits and casual dress. The culture here is unlike other places I have worked. I also enjoy the people I work with.
18 days off, discounts on cell phone, flexible hours and can wear jeans everyday!
Junior Auditor (Current Employee) – Conshohocken, PA – January 25, 2016
Days are very much the same. Time is flexible so long as you work 40 hours a week. Very intelligent managers and senior members. Great work environment that makes coming to work enjoyable. Would recommend to anyone pursuing a career in the healthcare industry.
Auditor (Former Employee) – Conshohocken, PA – October 24, 2015
A lot of promises made upon hiring that were simply untrue. Majority of auditors have no actual healthcare experience and do not appreciate those who do. Very territorial over learning most senior auditors do not want others promoted and create a very hostile environment.
Confirmed Individuals Insurances (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – August 3, 2015
I started whenever I wanted, which was nice, as long as I worked and eight-hour day. MY co-workers were welcoming and friendly. I called insurance companies to confirm that they were still with their clients.
Associate Business Systems Analyst (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – November 3, 2014
I found Connolly to be a good place to start you're career because of the taken surrounding you and the vast amount of knowledge you can acquire. All the my colleagues are awesome! However, after being with the company for a little bit, I feel that employees are not treated according to their title and pay scale. I am frequently asked to do things one level, if not two levels, above my title. Management tries its best but due to large team sizes I don't feel that you get the support that is always necessary. Decent place to work but could definitely use some improvements.
Nurse Auditor (Current Employee) – Conshohocken, PA – August 12, 2014
• In a post-payment work environment; investigate pharmacy claim data to identify payment errors. Responsibility primarily involves electronically reviewing paid pharmacy claims for potential errors. • Use data queries to audit pharmacy claims, develop claim edits, and report results., • Validate audit findings according to payer processing guidelines / provider contracts. • Communicate with management on audit findings and assist with issue resolution. • Suggest improvements and recommendations to meet the highest level of client satisfaction. • Continually search for new methods of locating payment errors on behalf of clients.