Busy office with a great staff. Corp is wonderful and helpful, enjoyed coming to work each day. They are lacking somewhat in the nursing aspect but they are actively looking to improve and you can see in the way that they tackle issues.
Taking patient calls to ensure medical staff was on schedule. Assisting medical and office staff with supplies or forms needed to manage patient care. Data entry for physician orders or other medical orders needed to complete patient care. Processing time sheets for all staff to ensure payroll was complete. Most of the co-workers were nice and friendly, there was one that was very rude and always had something nasty to say about other co-workers. My supervisor made it a fun and very enjoyable place to work.
Would process report for the call center. Also generate a call list for the call center to make there calls off of.Process commercial insurance claims and authorizations. physicians orders process and faxed for signature. Medicare billing.
when the patients would call and let me know how impressed they are with the field staff.
It is a good company where they respect the employees
RN (Current Employee) – Dania Beach, FL – December 30, 2013
After receiving daily report , you start to review the last new orders; greeting the patients, make rounds, tatke VS, and get ready to administer medication. Then establish the patient's care plan for all the patients, review the progress in the recuperation of the patients. Take care of the especial needs for each patient like wound care, appoitments with the especilalist, transpotation, changes indiet, D/C planing. Some daya attend the meetins with the supervisor, case conferencies. Updates. The most enjoyable part of the job is to see how important is to help patients in the right moment with the rigth treatment and attention to become healthy and return to thier normal life. The hardest part of the job is that sometimes you are unable to have all the tool and materials to give adecuate care to the patients due to economical problems, administration problems, staff deficiency.
Sales Executive (Former Employee) – Florida – October 21, 2013
This was a great company when it was owned by the national Family Home Health but now Florida is it's own company. They have struggled to stay afloat and have consolidated offices and laid off all but the most essential staff. My experience was good until the effects of the seperation took place. The top management is very money driven and have closed some of the offices. They still operate where they have no actual office so communication can get tricky. There are still some great people with the company but a lot of people have moved on.
good history as a company.
florida is now a stand alone company and like any other home health.
Typical home health agency. All have programs, same staff and none offer anything to set them apart. Home health companies have become cut throat and more about $$ vs. patient care. I was a loyal employee for many years until I was recuited by another agency. Unfortunately, my new agency isn't any better. Medicare cuts have made most agencies sub par.
Occupational Therapist (Current Employee) – Monroeville, PA – December 11, 2012
A typical day of work organize patient schedule. Order appropriate equipment as needed / check for insurance coverage/ fax appropriate insurance coverage forms as needed to office. I learned the importance of interdisciplinary communication. Coworkers are great team workers. The hardest part is inconsistency with patient census/ low case load. The most enjoyable part is the flexible schedule, great staff and gratification of improving patient's quality of life , patient / family education for safety, home modification, and home exercise program to maintain achieved goals.
flexible schedule/ paid travel, great staff / interdisciplinary communication
recent decline in patient census/ paid per patient visit