Care Manager (Former Employee) – California – July 23, 2016
I started working as UM nurse & orientating with a senior nurse in the group. Some nurses working with you are not so accommodating. They won't even share their knowledge with you. Lots of bickering, blaming & gossiping. Backstabbing is an everyday norms. Old nurses working there are also bully; they love to laugh at your mistakes but never admit their shortcomings. Everyone is a team leader but not a good team member.A typical day is so exhausting & overwhelming; while you're busy meeting your deadline, old employees are busy playing with their cellphones & wandering around & playing with time.I have plans of pursuing my Masters, this is not a place for me to work. Don't even waste time applying here. .
LVN Supervisor (Former Employee) – Santa Ana, CA – June 13, 2016
Everyday was a new day in the department. OB/Gyn is ever changing and the challenges were always welcomed. Every team member in the OB department was great to work with from the front to the doctors and midwives. Working with such a great team there was always something to learn. The hardest part of the job would be the abnormal results Bad News... this is never easy to hear. But on the upside every birth is a new start.
i have no bad reviews from Healthcare Partners i was an employee there for 15 years and the company has downsized
Clinical Referral Specialist (Former Employee) – Garden City, NY – April 28, 2016
A typical day at work at Healthcare Partners consists of entering patient medical information data into a computer designed program. Auditing of Referrals Tracking Logs Denials Letters Appeals Letters Timeframes inpatient Coding Outpatient Coding Ambulatory Surgery Coding Hospice Coding Discharge Calling Scanning and attaching documents into the DOCSTAR system Faxing, Filing, Training of New Data Entry Staff
Dress Down Policy, Overtime
no vacation days only so many hours accrued per pay period
Accounts Receivable Specialist (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – May 30, 2016
heavy phones, dealing with insurance, explaining to patient about their insurance and what is cover after service has be done, I enjoy the team work where your teammates jump in an help to get the job done. I consider my self a team player, I am a self started, motivator,out going
Caregiver (Former Employee) – Oak Brook, IL – March 23, 2016
This is a healthcare agency therefore I would be asked to show up to rehab centers or assisted livings where they were short staffed. This was a place to care for the elderly help they maintain themselves, play games, go for walks and help with personal care. The hardest part of the job would be the drive because it is not in a certain place i would drive for sometimes an hour to arrive to my destination. However the most enjoyable time was helping and getting to know the patients.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – July 5, 2016
I just wanted to say I had a really bad experience working this Medical group. Co-workers not respectful, bulling also not welcoming at all. wow I never work such a horrible place in my life. I just so disappointment how they could treat new employees so badly. Gpd bless their heart.
great employer to work for with advancement opportunities with great benefits and 401k
Patient Services (Current Employee) – San Gabriel Ca – January 29, 2016
great employer to work for with advancement opportunities,excellent medical benefits and 401k.It is a faced passes medical facility that requires patience,professionalism and taking medical messages in a accurate and detailed manner.facility located in the city of San Gabriel,CA
13 years experience in contact lens and glasses (Former Employee) – Richmond, CA – June 22, 2016
13 years of experience in healthcare, as well as retail, admin, banking, customer service, sales associates. I liked all my jobs. Work well with others, able to work with very little to zero supervision.
I am motivated, enthusiastic, organized, fast pace, and a team player. Who enjoydeeply working with patients and has.
Back Office Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – December 30, 2015
I have the education, back ground /professional experience, and life experience for which you are searching for. In addition, While being in clinic I have learned every aspect of the office from phones, all the way to billing. I am motivated, enthusiastic, organized, fast pace, and a team player. I would appreciate the opportunity to be considered for this position. I enjoy working with patients, and being hands on when it comes to patient education, to assisting the physician with every day work.
Positive/ co-workers, invierment/pay, great benifits/pay, set hours, close locations.
Great mission and Values but the company does not live by them
Clinical Practice Manager (Current Employee) – Pahrump, NV – January 10, 2016
Caring for patients and teammates are the most engaging aspect of the job. longevity and growth is not taken into consideration when facing teammate targeting. HCP does not support managers as they should when teammates target managers for managing.
RN Senior Program Director (Former Employee) – Arlington, TX – February 16, 2016
Management was not fantastic, but since it is home health you get to spend all day with the patients! Makes it worth it! They pulled the program I was working and were only going to be serving the Ft. Worth area.
Was laid off as off 12/31/14 due to decrease in member population. Also was moving to Tennessee after found out was being laid off. Was offered position to stay in Az but declined. Was then contacted and started work as a contracted employee (see prior review)
Medical Assistant Front Office (Former Employee) – Huntington Beach, CA – November 15, 2015
I loved working for this company, it was my first front office medical assistant position. I was very scared going in I had an amazing welcome, and a very patient supervisor. They took the time to train me right, I loved my co-workers and management. A typical work day was full time M-F. Checking in patients for a big medical group rotating to different clinics.
Some days were very overwhelming checking in 300 pts a day
Inpatient Care Coordinator (Temp) (Current Employee) – Torrance, CA – November 22, 2015
A typical day at work starts the same every morning , the main goal of the day is to get as much work done as possible and still make sure that the work is flawless.Co workers are helpful and pretty good with team work.
friendly and helpful co-workers, working in different departments as a temp worker
Not alot of chance for advancement from temp to hire