Great place to work. Great communication with upper management
LPN (Current Employee) – Plymouth Meeting, PA – May 19, 2016
I have worked per diem with Health Advocates for 3 years the first year as a health screener and the past 2 years as an onsite coordinator. I love being able to work the hours, so I can balance family/work. Upper management is great at communicating and always improving and upgrading.
Case Manager (Former Employee) – Sherman Oaks, CA – September 14, 2015
Health Advocates was a 9 to 5 full time job. I would go to work everyday, and work different files to help approve people for medical benefits.My co workers were very much to themselves. I had a few co workers that were extermly friendly and with those iI got along with very well.. the hardest part of the job was doing the job while i was in bad physical health at the time. The most enjoyable part of the job was knowing thagt I was helping others.
Assistant (Current Employee) – Sherman Oaks, CA – February 24, 2015
Low pay and micro management. Employees are miserable and don't get the pay they deserve. Raises are compared to those of a fast food joint. Company makes millions but only management reeks the benefits while the employees are struggling to make ends meet.
Case manager (Former Employee) – Sherman Oaks, Ca – March 22, 2015
Compensation is not worth the work you put in. You are overworked but not paid nearly enough. They say your raise depends on your performance, but I know that is most definitely not the case after finding out what other coworkers' raises were. This job drains you mentally. I don't think an employer that expects so much from you should be stingy with a yearly raise.
Case Manager (Former Employee) – Sherman Oaks, CA – February 3, 2015
The best part of my day was to assist those who really needed financial assistance in order to pay for their hospital bills. The look of appreciation on these people's faces and knowing that you had helped someone completely unknown to you was the most rewarding feeling at the end of the day.
minimal supervision, fridays are half-days, mostly all holidays observed
not much advancement could be made, small raises each year
Case Manager (Current Employee) – Sherman Oaks, CA – November 5, 2014
Just to give you a heads up, any of the positive reviews are CLEARLY made up from management. None of the regular employees would write such positive reviews.
you get out at 12:30 on fridays but you work 8.75 hour days... so its not that much of a plus...
everything... terrible salary, owners that execute rules that make make no sense that make your life harder, unreasonable work loads, harassment by management when you aren't able to do the work of two human beings...
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Van Nuys, CA – February 14, 2015
The hours were great everybody was nice and friendly I love doing office work because I never had a chance to be bored. I loved the fast pace environment I love always moving and feeling like I was an important part of the company. Talk to new and exciting people felt good to me. My co-workers and the management was always nice and respectful it was such a great atmosphere.
Eligibility Worker (Former Employee) – Sherman Oaks, CA – November 16, 2014
Typical day would be clocking in , logging on to your computer and making calls from files to see if anyone in your case load qualifies for Medi-cal . You are timed and if you take to long you will get counseling from management. You never can get thru the case load they give you in the amount of time they want you to finish and it continues to grow . AVOID AVOID AVOID
Field Representative/Medi-Cal Analyst (Former Employee) – Escondido CA – December 19, 2014
My day consisted of arriving at the office and picking up any new field requests for the day; adding to the previous days' workload. I learned how to assist patients in filling out Medi-Cal and SSA applications, how and where to collect verifications needed and file them at a government office corresponding to their home. I did not work too much with others as I drove a company vehicle and was on the road most of the day. My direct supervisor was an excellent manager who trusted me and did not micromanage. The hardest part of the job was that the company was somewhat reluctant to advance technologically, ie. needing to make copies but was not provided a copy machine or petty cash to do so. Overall, my experience with HA was enjoyable and proved a good learning environment in this field.
case manager (Former Employee) – Campbell, CA – January 17, 2013
Case Management, calling referred patient and screening them via phone. if they qualify complete medi-cal application over phone. people have over 60 cases on their desk and are expected to exhaust all avenues to protect time frame to apply for medi-cal or to complete applications
Case Manager (Former Employee) – Sherman Oaks, CA – April 18, 2014
Outrages work load and expectations. Major favoratism and discrimination. Managers lack integrity and skills and they all cover up for each other. Little pay for the amount of work they give. Office moral is garbage.This is the worst place I have ever worked for!!