Very aggressive company - swet-shop mentality but pays for it for it's recruiters - does not treat ancillary staff very nicely as they are working so hard and not give more than a donut a month for their efforts.
Leadership lacking interest in administrative staff.
I had a great boss, difficult co-worker but overall enjoyed my job.
Vice President Physician Services (Former Employee) – Hollywood, FL – April 9, 2016
My role was as a VP. Initially, there was an extremely difficult co-worker that made this new job almost unbearable. As time passed, I focused on my role and minimized conflicts with this individual. She was referred to as a master running a plantation. I took a very protective role with staff and she realized some behaviors were not going to be tolerated. My job requirements were non-stop management and training, business relationships with C-suite in various areas across the nation that were very successful - ultimately supporting the company retaining the contract and able to bid on more. There was minimal management support even though I liked my boss and staff were poorly compensated leaving it difficult to recruit support staff. This company has since been acquired by another firm.
When it was good, it was good.
Salaries were far too low to support qualified personnel.
Patient Contact Center Assistant (Current Employee) – Hollywood, FL – March 26, 2016
A typical day at work consist of processing correspondence received from patients and letters of authorizations and affidavits received from patients attorneys. I've learned how to bill patient insurance companies for services provided. I've also learned how to process legal documents as well. Management is going through a transition at the present time but for the most part they're pretty easy to get along with and conduct themselves in a professional manner. Since I've been there my co-workers have treated me like family. The hardest part of the job now is knowing that my department will be closing on May 31, 2016. The most enjoyable part about the job is being able to go on a daily basis and work in a positive environment.
Kept busy with steady work flow; Learned many new tasks here; Enjoyed my tenure here very much; Doctors I worked with on the phone were always very cordial and friendly; I learned many new skills here as well - worked a lot more in Excel worksheets.
Culture driven by core values with family atmosphere.
Project Manager (Current Employee) – Hollywood Fl – September 18, 2015
Hospital Physician Partners has strong leadership interested in growing and grooming those who want to succeed. It has a family first atmosphere which is difficult for an organization of it's size. The culture is focused on core values of deliver what you promise, pursue excellence in everything you do and be mutually invested in the success of others. I try to practice these values every day.
Quality Assurance Coordinator / IT Help Support (Former Employee) – Fort Lauderdale, FL – August 16, 2015
Never once did I feel unwanted. Always was busy with constant work. Few things good get out of order, because of to many order of operations. Amazing Co-Workers. Management could use a few courses to brushing up their skills.
Credentialing Specialist, ED & Hospitalist (Current Employee) – Hollywood, Fl – June 10, 2015
Overall productive workplace. Interaction with multiple different type of professionals. Learn a lot about the medical industry and about hospital administration, bylaws and regulations. Committee Board requirements.
Emergency Department Physician Assistant working 10 hour shifts alongside one physician. Responsible for initial stabilization and management of patients ranging from all ages who present to the Emergency Department.
Learning more about customer service and working with physicians and patients.
Emergency Room Scribe (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – August 3, 2013
I would follow the ER physicians around when they interacted with patients and I would write down everything about the visit so I could type it all out later on the computer. It was a great experience to learn more about patient/ physician service and learn how to help out patients needs and how to put my medical assisting to use. The hardest part of the job was learning how to work with each ER doctor needs since each of them wanted things done differently, but it was also helpful to teach me how each person is different and how to interact differently with them.
Former Employee (Former Employee) – Durham, NC – September 13, 2012
Incredibly low morale. Turn over rate extremely high. You have a lack of job security. Absolutely no thanks or appreciation for the hours and hard work you WILL put in. Beware of this company, you are underpaid, overworked and unappreciated.
This could be a great company, but upper management has blinding egos and pays little attention to the knowledge and expertise of its subordinates. As a result, most everyone's hard work goes unappreciated and unrewarded. Upper management displays a know-it-all attitude, even when they are clueless.
New business development thrives on picking the low lying fruit over more desirable and more rewarding new accounts. Company then throws a lot against the wall to see what sticks w/minimal preparation and does not respect its own talent before making strategic decisions. As a result, new biz development is chaotic and thrown together with minimal ramp up time and consistently results in a high degree of frustration and failure.
The company recently experienced an enormous restructuring due to massive amounts of red ink and let about 100 people go (representing about half of its work force). So, now many employees are doing the job of two people. If it wasn't the blind leading the staff, this company could be profitable. However, the upper level incompetence is locked in with stock ownership. The main investment group sees the losses, but is insulated by management as to its core problems.
Corporate culture is a bit bizarre with a diverse collection of people who are anything but a homogeneous group. They don't give raises, keep making cut backs and run off the quality people so they can keep a loyal bunch of "yes" people around to worship a questionable layer of upper management.
Weekly press releases are put out extolling the wonders of its people and the company's accomplishments.more... The substance of most of these is much to do about nothing. Most releases are lots of hyperbole over inconsequential events to make it sound like the company reinvented this industry.
If you're looking for stability and a well-managed firm with excellent growth prospects, keep looking.less
easy to shine with hard work & quality results
micro management and lack of job stability. staff is unappreciated and unrewarded