Draw blood for tests, transfusions, donations, or research. May explain the procedure to patients and assist in the recovery of patients with adverse reactions. I am a traveling Phlebotomist I travel in Florida to contracted companies a draw blood for the company venipuncture's and capillary with over 200 successful sticks, specimens and examinations of patients including ,Medical Records Glucose, weight, height, bmi and etc member's eligibility & pharmacy information is complete & accurate, updating system information as needed. A high data entry proficiency is expected in order to provide accurate. Moderate knowledge of drugs & drug terms used daily. Process claims according to client specific guidelines while identifying claims requiring Adhere to strict HIPPA regulations especially when communicating to others outside Prioritize & coordinate influx of daily workload for claims processing, clinical experience, document and report findings and observations, computer, telephone skills. Employer conducts drug screening and background checks, PBM and Prior Authorization Medical Assistant principles and practices, ability to evaluate patient needs, administer prescribed medications, assist physician with examinations and treatment,
Field Support Administrator (Current Employee) – Olathe, KS – December 7, 2015
This company on the outer appearance may be in the top ranks as far as performance but internally it is one big show boat of a circus. Major freak show running the show and it will sink sooner or later. They make you feel as though if you are not a member of management you are beneath them and they don't even have a clue of how to run the company or properly conduct themselves.
There are no pros but the pennies you bring home with every paycheck.
Management is poor, The company is poorly run, No professionals anywhere, Everyone is brought in off of the street and given a task basically winging it.
Love the company/job,wish i could work year round but its seasonal.
Examiner (Current Employee) – NJ – November 3, 2015
Overall like the company.This is great opportunity for anyone that's a stay at home mom or someone whom is retired.The work is easy,no hassels of being confined to a set place,wonderful traveling adventures.
great company! work on your time, make you own schedule, but you HAVE to be good at what you do! if your are a medical assistant looking for part time work and have a reliable car this is a great oppertunity
Phlebotomist (Current Employee) – Minnesota – August 2, 2015
Working for Hooper Holmes has been a great experience. The people I work with are all very nice, responsible and easy going. When you're ready to work, you're able to log in to the system and schedule working hours. This option is great and really love that aspect of Hooper Holmes.
Mobile Phlebotomist/Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Savannah, GA – July 31, 2015
Hooper Holmes is a professionally ran Biometric Screening facilitator. I love it and it is very convenient for time. It pays well and the administrators and very helpful when you need to reach out to them.
This is an abysmal place to be employed. It is temp-to-hire, but you never know when you will get hired on. Some temps were here as long as 2 years before getting signed on as an employee. The lower management is tolerable to your face, but there is as much drama as there is in a high school, with plenty of favoritism to go around.
Executives are completely out of touch with the employees, most workers don't event know who they are or what they do. The Director of Operations is probably the worst person in upper management, he as absolutely NO personal skills, is incredibly rude, and expects all employees to do things his way even though he was hired in and doesn't really know how things get done.
Morale is super low due to the low wages and the just-barely-better-than-not-having-any benefits that are provided, and the less than approachable management.
The only thing remotely positive is that it is a full time job that has a paycheck, which is better than nothing.
Hooper Holmes is a large corporation providing well organized wellness screenings for companies. I like having the flexibility to work part time, to work as much or little as I choose. I have been very satisfied with them. The staffing personal are polite and helpful.
ability to work part time
no breaks between long screenings, that are 5-6 hours straight
none (Former Employee) – cause it's not worth it – February 25, 2015
Don't let them fool you into thinking you are paid well, these rates are lower than what I made in 2004. I like how they try to fool you into thinking this is a great job, but in all reality it's unstable. Hours unknown, paid based on . Participants? You are there as a health professional, the participants showing up or not isn't your fault! Stay away from this type of employer, most employers looking for employees overlook these type of employment situations and in fact can make your resume look bad, these are the first people to go to the bottom of the resume pile! (As I've been told by other H R administrators, these people "expect to much flexibility" that doesn't exist in the real world of health care. If you want a firm resume stay away from these temporary companies. Many have come and gone and they seem to just help you build a less than ideal resume.