Internal management is great, External management is aweful
Health Choice Operations Team Leader (Current Employee) – Tampa, FL – September 19, 2016
Internal management (Tampa) are in tune with their employees and make sure that employees concerns and issues are adressed in a professional manner. External management (Phoenix) is horrible, micromanage your every moment, will question why employees consult with one another, as it is shunned upon. High employee turn over, management is very out of touch with employees and only cater to a certain few needs and wants (favortism). Gottacha mentality is enforced on to new employees and are very nonchalant to those who learn at a diffrent level. They basically are looking for bodies to fill seats and dont care to give the employee a chance to thrive at the job they were hired to do.
inter management (Tampa) makes you feel welcomed
unnecesary micro management of Dept Managers and VP (Phoenix).
Worst Place Ever to Work--Would never recommend to work for this company
Medical Contract Analyst/ Refund Specialist (Current Employee) – South Jordan, UT – October 30, 2015
Management sucks. Pay sucks, ha don't even think your getting a raise more than 0.13 cents a year. They don't care about you and will replace you in heart beat and they actually tell you that. The management harasses you and HR and Corporate does nothing about it even when you are one of their best employees and after so long of being bullied you write HR and Corporate a suicide letter. And NO ONE responds no one did anything at all. The dumb manager still works there, and I chose to quit. I would rather be poor than tour-ted forever, I put up with it for two years and eventually got on FMLA partly because of the whole job situation.
Surgical Technician (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – August 14, 2016
I love the work atmosphere here at SLR. The staff is fantastic. The surgeons are generally easy to get along with. People will go out of their way to help if you need a few hours covered or a little bit of training in an area. Breaks are given regularly and staff is willing to work with you to find the best time for your break. Coworkers are willing to share notes and information. The insurance is decent. Benefits used to be better. Pay raises and advancement are kept at a minimal level.
Great work environment. Wonderful cafeteria.
Minimal pay raise. Difficult to advance to a higher level pay grade.
Medical Biller (Former Employee) – West Jordan, UT – August 31, 2016
Co-workers are great. In my job function I learned a lot regarding hospital billing. time management is essential in this position. sometimes not being given clarity on issues when asking questions or with information not being shared that is relevant to each team member.
I A typical day includes not only surgical scheduling, but it's a customer service position and a problem solving position with each individual. Each patient or customer is and individual and unique to their own medical or personal needs. I adapt to each individual as needed with ease. The hardest part of my job is telling a patient if they are unable to have procedure for either financial reason or it's not unauthorized by their insurance.
Pain management (Current Employee) – Mesa, AZ – November 23, 2015
I have found this employer do not have the management that is needed to succeed in a hospital setting. They tell you one thing and then there is no follow through. The management will circulate a letter with changes without any reason to change. Only circulates to a few people, then when questioned will say they are only thinking of the change.
The staff is clickish at times and a lot of favoritism. One area I have worked will allow 2 of the staff members to do whatever they like and have run off many employees
Only reason I stay is for convenience and I am per diem only.
RN Telemetry Manager (Former Employee) – West Monroe, LA – February 2, 2015
Management of Telemetry Units was very challenging due to expansion of both of the units from a total of 35 beds to 49 beds within a 12 month time frame, and trying to find enough skilled staff to work both units after expansion. Teamwork was better on one unit and work environment was better. Majority of staff coworkers were good to work with. Management coworkers were above average to excellent. The most difficult part of the job was trying to manage as well as help with staffing when there were shortages and the long hours.
good compensation and benefits
maintaining adequate number of trained staff due to high acuity of patients and nurse/patient ratio.
Customer Service Representative Health Choice (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – November 12, 2015
Like my other jobs it has taught me to be patient with people and learn how to troubleshoot problems with healthcare. This experience alone will help me in my future with other jobs related to healthcare and in my personal life as well. All the coworkers are very nice and friendly which makes up for the not the best customer service that comes from the managers. Overall I would say the hardest part of the job was the minor hypocrisy of some of the managers. I would say the most enjoyable part of the job is helping people out, by solving their medication issues, or their benefit issues. I have always pride myself of helping people and this job has helped satisfy my need for helping others.
Respiratory Therapist (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, Utah – February 1, 2014
I loved working with the people I did. The staff is the best, but the pay was not. I could work elsewhere in the valley for $10-12/hr more (I did this) working less than was required with this company. It was a great job for the "experience" but long term is hard to envision with them. The opportunity for moving up into management was nonexistent.
Operating Room (Current Employee) – Utah – February 1, 2014
Unfortunately I must say I have worked as a traveling medical person for 10 years and have been exposed to many hospitals. Right now Iasis has difficulty with lateral hostility that creates a difficult work environment. Long hours with out meals can be counted on due to short staffed. To come in and be a positive person was not accepted and all ideas or willingness to contributes was met with "no's"
I am grateful to have work so my commitment is to focus on the vision statement .....STAR Service Teamwork Accountability Respect
having work in hard times
no lunches, dr.s that are allowed to be hostile to staff.
A good company to work for with many interesting and challenging facets.
Physician Group of Utah (Current Employee) – South Jordan, Utah – May 14, 2013
There is never a dull moment. From managing three executive’s calendars to scheduling clinic visits to over 25 clinics for out of town corporate executives. The management team is dedicated to the success of the organization and is flexible to meet the ever-changing demands on their time. The many personalities within the company make coming to work a pleasure. I have never once regretted coming to work at Physician Group of Utah.
Director of Medical Surgical Services (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City Utah – April 1, 2013
My typical day at work is managing a staff of 50 people. I participate in quality and risk activities daily. I have learned a great deal at the company and appreciate their leadership style. The hardest part of my job is relying on others to complete their tasks and sometimes criticaly think about outcomes. I enjoy the challenge to motive and inspire in this direction.
very independant work structure
hospitals are in competitive markets and sometimes struggle to obtain business