Pros: work becomes a second home, the hours are great, and the learning experience
Cons: the pay, pressure, and the stress.
Work overall was great, it was fast paced and organization was asserted. I had to answer phone calls, make appointments, order supplies and coordinate with my patients and my contractors to ensure my patients – more... needs. I learned about a lot about the health care industry and how things are managed with medicare. I believe the hardest part of the job was keeping organized. I am an organized person and sometimes pressure distracts you from finishing an assignment. Pressure on the other hand is my strength because I work well under a lot of it. – less