Medical Records Technician (Current Employee) – Kalamazoo, MI – June 14, 2017
The job I do is not bad but communication amongst the other departments need to be better. There are a lot of things that go on in this organization and it would be nice to be up to date on things that are happening.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Rio Grande City, TX – June 12, 2017
Overall the MA's were very helpful. We would help each other out. But its the acting manager that is very unprofessional. The practice is very busy most of the time which I would like . It would make our days go by faster.
MEDICAL BILLING SPECIALIST (Former Employee) – Waco, TX – May 25, 2017
Loved pretty much everything about this company. I tried for along time to get on with them and when I did it was so worth the wait. However my family life took an unexpected turn and we relocated. I did drive back and forth for a while but then had to make the change completely which is why I resigned.
Do not work here if Customer service isn't for you.
Bilingual Departmental Assistant Lvl II (Former Employee) – Worcester, MA – May 22, 2017
Working in the reception areas is a very high-stress, fast-paced job. You are held to very strict standards and they are not always possible to meet when dealing with the public. Opportunities for advancement are few and far between and getting more than a 30 cent raise is uncommon.
Una excelente empresa y buenos beneficios. Trabajo con todo los informes de HEDIS. Coordinando Clínicas para los asegurados y la asegurado. Lo mas difícil hasta el momento que el Medico entienda los cambios que exige CMS.
It's for certain people. I was attending college at the time I was working there. It was conflicting with my school schedule. This job was not exactly for me. However, if health care is something that people love and want to give back to the community. It would be a good fit.
HR Recruiter (Temporary Project) (Current Employee) – Kalamazoo, MI – March 27, 2017
Respectful and hardworking staff. Very busy work load. A lot of expectations, but mostly achievable with the goal in mind. Recognition is good in some departments. Management is good, but high turnover prevents the building of relationships with staff. Advancement opportunities is very random.
LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse) (Former Employee) – Columbia, MO – March 16, 2017
A typical day at work began entering data into the computer, customer service making appointments, answering the phone and scheduling appointments. I enjoyed working with my customers and keeping them happy.