I must look for future employment because of recent lost company contracts.
Environmental Project Technician II (Current Employee) – Lawrence, KS ( Home Office) / Omaha NE – March 22, 2016
A good company. I have a great supervisor. I really enjoy my work. But I am not working enough. Lost contracts have derailed my workload. Without future work I don't have a future with the company. I must obtain new employment.
Good team atmospher
Not enough work. Company needs new employment horizons.
SURGICAL SPECIALIST OF CHARLOTTE (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – January 13, 2016
Great company to work. 80-90% travel with compensation. I learned a lot about project management and communication. Resources were provided to increase our knowledge to become the best trainers we could be. The hardest part of the job was traveling several weeks in row due to no time for family.
EMR Interface Associate (Current Employee) – Winchester, MA – September 15, 2015
Great place to work, I have learned a tremendous about of skills while in my current positions. My manager has been great and giving me the opportunities to teach myself new skills. The hardest part of this job is my long commute to work.
Specialist Caban Resources (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – July 20, 2015
Learned a lot about the medical software and programs the Co Workers where well trained we all helped each other The most enjoyable part of working here was working with computers and the management would help with any questions or concerns we have.
Productive work place starts early and go home early
Processor (Current Employee) – Az, Phoenix – May 27, 2015
I start at 6am int he morning and usually go home at 2.30pm but if there are more work to be done I stayed for 2 or more hours. I learned how to manage my time especially in the morninIg because I have to be at the office before 6am. I usually sleep early so as to wake up early too. I learned how to manage my time.
The hardest part is the waking up so early in the morning. I have to wake up at 4.30 am to prepare and drive to work.
The enjoyable part is going home at 2.30pm More time to do errands.
Free coffee unlimited the whole day. Free lunch once a month.
Higly educational, team oriented, outgoing envioronment
EMR Meaningful Use Specialist (Former Employee) – Dyersburg, TN – March 4, 2015
Constantly busy with different task to complete. Self education along with amazing management training. Fabulous management staff that are willing to work with you in work and everyday life situations that arise. Time management skills are needed for this job as well as patience and understanding. Troubleshooting skills are a must.