IT Audit Compliance Administrator (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – June 20, 2017
Independent Health is a great place to work - flexible schedule and good benefits. Relaxed culture and friendly people. Teams work well together. Communication between management and associates could use improvement.
Service Coordinator (Former Employee) – Williamsville, NY – May 17, 2017
The people were nice and helpful while working here at Independent Health. I was a contractor, so there wasn't any room for advancement. The manager could be rude at times, since she only liked her favorite people I thought I couldn't stand a chance being employed there for long. It's sad the hardworking people get pushed aside and ignored while the lazy employees got the upper hand. Is this what it's like to work at a corporate job? This sucks! Management could use a kick in the pants and consequences for people who don't work at all.
I get a paycheck at the end of the week
Management favortism, too many time spent in meetings, no recognition
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Williamsville, NY – January 5, 2017
Job assignment is member-focused. We always 'do the right thing' for our member/client. This job requires a confidential review of client medical needs, some questions about financial status, referrals to appropriate additional services as indicated. Our goal is to maintain and increase Medicare insurance sales during the annual open enrollment period. To review needs, assess plan availability and how our plans would perform for each client. Customer/member satusfaction is always the top priority.
My client served me tea and coffee. And let put on tv when she was napping. And shared her meals with me.
Personal Care Assistant (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – December 7, 2016
My client was very kind and generous. And she always offered me a meal or a drink. My client was very happy of my work. She would take me on my disability bus and help do my groceries and while I did mine she did her own shopping.
Free lunch. Borrow books. Lovely music. Quiet and peaceful.
Claims Review/Adjudicator Specialist (Current Employee) – Williamsville, NY – November 4, 2016
worked there for many years and was the best company !. with new system , Health Rules it is very stressful , horrible system , very detailed. QA standards are very hard to reach and maintain. co-workers are wonderful . benefits are great!
great co workers, great benefits
stressful to reach high standards of QA and horrible system !
Claims Adjudicator, Document Processing Clerk (Current Employee) – Williamsville, NY – October 25, 2016
I was hired as a temp. So I am not full time so I don't have any benefits and can be let go at any time. This can be scary. Going on 6 months almost. Other than that the job is fun. I am a quick learner so it's easy for me. My co-workers are really friendly and fun to be around. The workload isn't to bad once you get the hang of things and have a normal routine down. I start off processing general claims that goes until lunch. After lunch I process rejection letters for providers followed by corro claims after until the end of the day.
Independent Nurse (Geriatrics) (Current Employee) – Caguas Zona Urbana, PR – June 22, 2016
Being an Independent Nurse is great. I love attending and caring other people mostly when I refer to the elderly people. Most of them have family but are not being attended and they need the attention. I'm a kind of person that gives that attention. But as I wrote above is a risky buisness and lately it doesn't pay for your work. Family members when they contract you they want you for more. Not to give a direct patient care but they want at times a housekeeper. But the profesion is Great and you learn alot.
Being your own boss. Choose any patient and place. Work your own days.Direct patient care.
Underpaid. Risking your license. People that contract want nurse/servants/housekeeper.