Member Service Representative/Claims (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – September 18, 2017
Health Choice is a privileged place be part of, the claim department needs improvement.Over all company does truly look out and do there very best to assist the members and professional/facility providers with any state approved and authorized medical services.
Small, very busy acute care facility on San Antonio's south side
Adult and Geriatric Psychiatric RN (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – August 18, 2017
Very busy and frequently stressful acute care hospital on the south side of San Antonio, Texas. While all staff is very supportive of one another and those coming from outside agencies, we are regularly understaffed, the management is very authoritative, and it is apparent that this organization is not willing to invest resources to retain the best employees.
Staff very supportive and helpful to each other and outside agency staff
Management is not supportive regarding making needed changes to improve nurse working conditions.
Iasis is ok to work at. Nothing special. The company just sold out to another Healthcare Company.
Medical Biller (Current Employee) – Franklin, TN – August 10, 2017
Iasis needs to train the managers and supervisors better. The company just sold so there is no job security. Iasis does pay well but they don't give employees enough training or time to learn their job. I'm leaving to work closer to home.
Financial nurse auditor (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – August 9, 2017
My particular job keep adding responsibilities becomes too much. Need to hire more nurses to keep up with workload. Getting overwhelmed. It has been opportunity to learn, expand skills. Definitely a niche that is necessary but not widely understood. Review claims for billing edits. Verify correct reporting of services. Need familiarity with case management criteria etc.
Staff RN/Charge Nurse (Former Employee) – Layton, UT – June 26, 2017
Worked in behavioral. Administration is so worried about $$$ they take patients who should be in a PICU. This is a danger to staff and other patients. Acuity and patient load (often 8 pts) is too high and management does not care. Staff is overworked because applicants who do apply never accept employment!!!
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Tampa, FL – June 16, 2017
very great job , working with providers , customers , in bound callcenter.. relaxed and contracted by humana, I dont really think this job is hard ive worked in a cll center where we were gettin 100 calls per day so this job is very easy to me
Office Specialist (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – May 24, 2017
If you are desperate, quiet and submissive, willing to work hard for very little, do not need compliments, don't have any ideas for growth, enjoy micromanagement and can tolerate a political management environment, from management this would be an ideal job for you. The employees are great. The management needs much improvement. . The are very numbers driven and find ways to make you work harder while sitting around chatting with their clicks. They lead with a pen and not by example,
Call Center Representative (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – April 30, 2017
I learned a lot about doctors & insurance that I wasn't clear about prior to. Management wasn't bad just wish there was a little more structure. Work place culture was fine, very comfortable. The hardest part about the job was giving the members bad news whether a PA was denied or their insurance had termed. The most enjoyable part of the job was actually coming to work just because I knew I would be happy & comfortable.
Solid upper-level management, establishing a great culture
Administrative Intern (Former Employee) – South Jordan, UT – February 21, 2017
Open communication from the upper tiers of the management, there is excellent direction and leadership. I have the utmost respect for the management, which is well-deserved due to their amenable personalities and strong character.
Surgical services manager / Director (Former Employee) – Tempe, AZ – February 6, 2017
Please do your homework for any position you're looking into with this company. The number of recurring vacant positions, including those of higher level management, should be your first indication that this is not a place for long term job satisfaction or security. The hospital is poorly run by Administrators with little experience, poor people skills and absolutely no empathy for their staff & the working conditions. Higher level managers have no desire to obtain input from the folks at the front line, many of whom could provide great insight as to how to run a Department effectively & efficiently. If you are in management, this is not the place to ask questions or receive helpful mentoring from people with more experience. The prevailing work ethic is that you do what you're told - no questions asked, and you'd better figure it out quickly. A company that is a revolving door of personnel is not going to do well financially, among other things, and that impacts what type of compensation and raises you'll receive (not much, by the way), not to mention the working conditions and employee morale.
Respiratory Therapist (Current Employee) – West Jordan, UT – January 20, 2017
I have worked for Iasis in the respiratory dept at Jordan Valley as a Full time respiratory therapist for over over 3 years and I love it still! My boss is awesome, I love my coworkers, and the experience I get as an RT is unparalleled. I have worked other places and nowhere compares to Jordan!
Experience and working directly with and next to Doctors.
Working as the only RT in the hospital you can never miss work