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.
Senior ETL Informatica Developer (Current Employee) – Buffalo, NY – April 14, 2016
Typically day starts with, Monitoring service desk Queue, Informatica Workflow Monitor. Work on all production tickets on the priority basis. Small team, very close towards working together in resolving the post production issues.
• Worked as a Build Engineer for a team that involves three different development teams and multiple simultaneous software releases. • Integrated the
SCM/Build Engineer (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – March 7, 2016
• Worked as a Build Engineer for a team that involves three different development teams and multiple simultaneous software releases. • Integrated the existing Ant scripts to automate the code quality report generation process for the existing legacy based applications • Responsible for deploying the application WARs in Weblogic application servers and troubleshoot any deployment issue. • Used ANT for building the applications and developing the build scripts, from existing Shell scripts.
Servicing Advocate (Former Employee) – Amherst, NY – March 1, 2016
I was afforded many opportunities with Independent Health, most recently a Servicing Advocate I enjoyed my job, the people I worked with. At times it was very fast paced & hectic. The hardest part of the job was being empathetic all the time. It is a very stressful environment & this was not an easy task.
Applications Manager (Current Employee) – Williamsville, NY – February 16, 2016
I learned many new applications that are used by for business operations. A typical day at work included upgrading, updating, or implementing new software for better functionality of software used everyday. Management was very understanding of life events. Co-workers were very friendly and helpful. My hands on training wasn't in some class it was done with the people who knew the software and hardware inside and out. The hardest part of the job was having more than 3 projects or meetings ongoing at the same time. The most enjoyable part of my job was knowing I can get all my tasks completed before a deadline even if they sometimes coexisted.
ability to take time off for life events, dr's appointments, child birth, etc
Manager, Health Promotions and Member Engagement (Current Employee) – Buffalo, NY – December 22, 2015
learned how to manage self and others; excellent, committed staff on my personal team and in many other departments; Hardest part of my job is the systems we work in and somewhat narrow focus of interventions; most enjoyable part of the job was the passion of some team members for working with our member population
good work culture
limited in innovatiion when comes to program development
High Tempo Workplace in a Very Challenging Industry
Director of Market Intelligence (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – November 30, 2015
IH is in high tempo workplace in an industry that changes almost daily. This industry is not for the faint of heart nor for those looking for long term security. While there is great opportunity to learn, the company is not afraid to pivot on a dime. That change can result in a quick loss of jobs.
You are on the forefront of a challenging industry
Changes require almost daily changes and job changes.
Technically challenging but not a clear understanding of business requirements.
Solution Architect (Current Employee) – Buffalo, NY – May 16, 2015
Working for a Health Insurance company is pretty interesting given the complexity of health insurance and the number of customers and providers Independent Health catered to. I designed a variety of solution, from low latency real time transactions to highly scaled automated batch processes. I worked with some very innovative and hard working software developers, but the problem was the lack of understanding the business had about software development and the different facets involved in it and what an agile SDLC process worked. This led to complications and a lot of software being developed in haste.
Independent Health was an interesting and challenging place to work
Managing Solution Architect (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – May 11, 2015
Excellent company to work for. While with Independent Health provided guidance in the development and deployment of a clustered WAS and MQ environment. There were several environments which were deployed
Management (Former Employee) – Williamsville NY – March 23, 2015
High stress environment. Staff has to jump through hoops just to "achieve" as 2% raise. Overworked, and understaffed is the best way to describe all areas of the organization. The primary reason staff stay is for the generous benefit structure.
not adequately staffed, too many software applications, poor management decisions
claims analyst (Current Employee) – williamsville, my – November 23, 2014
Don't apply for the Claims analyst position. The management is awful, the pay extremely low and the moral terrible. The system they use is never working and if it is working there isn't anyone who can answer your questions on how to solve things because management does not know how to use the system either. Or they are in continuous meetings. For a big corporation you would think it would be well run it is not. You are micro-managed and treated awful. Not a good place to work at all. There are better jobs out there keep looking.