Employee (Current Employee) – United States – February 15, 2017
Wonderful people in the office, wonderful director. New CEO hasn't been pleasant. Decrease vacation time to all employees felt the need employees to work to care for patient which I agree but we also need to care for our mental health and families ourselves. No sick leave. All time off is included in PTO.
Insurance cost is expensive for family plans.
So many changes and of course more to come. Yes I'm concerned for employment down the road with the company.
Never know what changes CEO is sending your way and you have no control over it.
Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Auburn Hills, MI – January 29, 2017
Ran as cheap as possible. Lacks out of the box thinking. Fired the 2 sales people to save money then we surprised when sales dropped off (??) Called us in on the weekends and nights - not much regard for employees personal life balance ** Raises were very difficult to get - we went a couple years without (cost savings) then got minimal.
Nurse Clinician (Former Employee) – Lexington, KY – March 15, 2016
Busy days. Very high turnover rate among workers. The most enjoyable part of the job was providing care for the patients. Most employees wish their ideas were implemented in helping improve day-to-day operations.
Too much delay in replacing staff when positions are vacated.
My time at Infusion Partners was enjoyable, and I have been grateful for the learning experience. I started out being trained in Sterile Compounding right out of school, and soon became the only mixing tech. It was a fast paced and sometimes stressful position, but I could have done it without the amazing and understanding staff. I was in charge of all operations within the clean room, ante room, and chemo room, including, but not limited to: USP 797 Guidelines, cleaning, keeping accurate logs, performing aseptic technique, and keeping track of needed medication and supplies to be ordered.
Set schedule Monday-Friday, Flexibility when needed to take personal time off
Our managers and everyone worked together to make a comfortable day. Co-workers were very caring. Every one was very friendly and helpful if I had a problem. We would get a free lunch and snacks once a month. All pharmacists were very caring to help everyone feel comfortable.
free lunches once a week
a really fast paced company. But that was needed to help patients in need.
Intake Coordinator (Current Employee) – Grand Prairie, Tx – August 29, 2013
I would always get to the office early to ensure that the office was set up for the day, Answer phones if needed, Take new referral information- from Hospitals, Dr's offices or Outpatient clinics. Confirm patient information with discharge planners or social workers. Scheduled Nurse liason to visit patient for preliminary teaching/information about homecare- to ensure that patient is appropriate. Taking note, daily- the needs of, not only our patient's but the nursing agencies, Dr's and the families that will be the primary caregivers. It is challanging at times, dealing with different types of personalities within the office, learning how to positively diffuse different situations that will sometimes come up in any office. It is difficult when an issue comes up that can't be resolved: ie: can't obtain an authorization for an ordered therapy for one reason or another- or, you can't locate a nursing agency that accepts the patient's insurance and is in the area of service. Verify patient insurance - It's always a wonderful feeling when you can help an otherwise difficult situation- and be a positive influence for someone in their time of need.It is difficult sometimes, not to take any of the day home with you.
It allows me to work with social work, Nurse discharge planners, help patinet's
Productive and fun work place with a family like team
staff pharmacist (Current Employee) – Grand prairie – August 12, 2013
Daily morning meeting to review and prioritize compounding and dispensing of orders and all patient related issues including lab reviews, clinical monitoring, receive and review new orders for dose appropriateness, drug/ disease interactions, allergies, compound and deliver prescriptions in a timely manner, contact physician for any concerns, verify completion, extension or change in therapy. Verify patient compliance and effectiveness of therapy through regular patient assessment and in co-ordination with home health nursing, monitor adverse events, hospitalizations, IV line related issues and resolutions, Vancomycin and aminoglycoside dosing, monitor ADR, TPN monitoring, checking IV admixtures, monitor IV room and equipment calibration and cleanliness per USP 797 guidelines.
I worked m-f 8:30a.m.-5: p.m. . I learned where all supplies are located for when I pulled them for patients.Everyone were really friendly and helpful.Hardest part was having to lift heavy items every now and then(I'll be 68 this coming November).I enjoyed helping deliver medicines and supplies to patients.