Collections/Customer Service & Revenue Cycle Rep (Former Employee) – Brewer, ME – May 1, 2017
I was hired October 2016 with EMHS as Customer Service Rep and then moved onto the new Collections department and was in that department for about 8 years. At that time I was offered a position in a new department of Revenue Cycle as Revenue Cycle Rep where I worked off a work list reviewing claims and calling the insurance companies to get resolution of the claims, I was a liaison between the billers/provider and the insurance companies to get the claims resolved. Reconsiderations/Appeals done if needed.
Housekeeper (Current Employee) – Montrose, PA – December 9, 2016
Lots of nice staff but the company doesn't care about its workers enough. Hardest part of the job is when patients are unstable and possible threats Best part of the job is being able to help people and make help hem feel better
This organization offers opportunities and challenges for IT professionals but suffers from inefficient management practices.
Project Manager - Intermediate (Current Employee) – Bangor, ME – August 26, 2016
During my employment here I was involved with many interesting projects and learned a great deal about Information Systems used by a comprehensive Healthcare organization. There were always technical challenges to overcome along with insuring communication and education needs were met. The technical staff is very talented and the culture is one where everyone treats each other with respect. However, the organization is top heavy with more Managers. Directors and VPs needed to manage an organization of this size. This creates an environment where decision making is a slow complicated process and the priorities and focus are often changed quicker than the work can be accomplished.
Work, Life, Compensation, Management, and Culture at EMHS
IS Data Analyst (Former Employee) – Brewer, ME – April 29, 2015
Promotions at EMHS were most often done on whom you knew. Nepotism was big. Their compensation system was somewhat depressing to look at. They put very little emphasis on having a well-educated workforce.