Sheet Metal Worker (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – January 6, 2018
started out as a contract worker for a temp place called Manpower, then after a while they started to dire from the contract people, I was liked by one of the supervisors and was offered a full time job,
Great team members who created a positive, caring, and supportive environment to work in.
Clinical Documentation Specialist (Current Employee) – Murray, UT – October 14, 2017
At the beginning of the day we receive our case load assignments. Then we had morning huddle via conference call with a positive thought for the day. While waiting for everyone to call in we were able to talk with each briefly about our personal lives. This built the team as a group and increased the care and concern that we have toward each other. Then we reviewed concurrent and new admissions in order to find areas to improve MD documentation. We communicated with physicians after our assessments to help them improve their documentation. Lastly we reconciled each case after the coder coded it to see if our code matched theirs.
I learned it is extremely important to accurately reflect, in words, the care the patient is receiving and how sick they are. The integrity of the document is reflective of the acuity of the illness of the patient and the care that they require and resources needed. The integrity of this document impacts the integrity of the organization.
Management leads by example. They keeps us on track with organizational and team goals. They provide personalized feedback frequently with one on one quarterly reviews as well as monthly audits. Management is kind, caring, and creates an atmosphere of mutual respect and good friendly relationships with each team member. We are all felt part of a family and spend a lot of time together.
The work place culture provided very strong core. These values were clear and concise. The values guided your actions in how you treat others and how you perform your job. The workplace culture also highly emphasized our Livingmore... Well in all aspects of our lives - physical, financial, spiritual, emotional, ect. They recognized that the more healthy we are in all aspects of our lives the better able we are to care for others.
The hardest part of the job was writing the queries to providers. These queries had to provide them with all of the clinical indicators, risk factors, and treatment that coincided with the options we provided to them for a more accurate diagnosis. This diagnose could not be considered as "leading." This diagnosis also needed to be able to be coded by the coders.
The most enjoyable part of the job was our team relationships. It also was enjoyable to try to play detective. To put all the pieces together that the provider may have missed in order to close up the holes in their documentation.less
Flexibility as this was a exempt position that did not require clocking in and out.
The salary and health benefits was not comparable at all to their other major competitor.
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Pompano Beach, FL – September 19, 2017
Responsible for shipping duties such as pulling orders, packaging, labeling, and loading delivery trucks Unloaded delivery trucks and conducted and checked for damaged products Conducted inventory counts and stocked products
Manager (Current Employee) – Holmdel, NJ – June 9, 2017
Very warm place with nice and talented people which make it fun. At least once a month, there is pizza for lunch and baked goods are in the kitchen for all to eat almost weekly. Down side is the long hours which make work/life balance tough. Management is very demanding, inconsistent and controlling which makes it hard to get work done well.
Micro management and negative feedback outweights positive
I enjoyed working on IMC/MS had the chance to learn and gain great work management skills. The ability to learn and keep the knowledge of medication in memory. The ability to multi task and care for patient holistic
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – January 6, 2016
A typical day of work would be calling customers both inbound and outbound to refinance there mortgage. Also entering personal information into computer and pulling there credit report. The most enjoyable part of the job was knowing that I played an important role with the customer in decision making. Also knowing that I was helping the customer made me feel appreciated and that I was doing my job. The hardest part of the job would be the 12 hour shifts.