Cons: to many high paid mangers who do not pitch in when needed, they don't have to as they are paid to watch staff, if you need to watch your staff than maybe those people should not have jobs
Was a great company in 2006, great co-workers which made a great team. Years gone bye, high turn around, company lay-offs, than you see advertisements that IMS is hiring when they said they needed to do staff reductions. Makes no sense. Company is large enough they can find other positions to place there employees. I guess its easier to not care and not make an effort to help keep there people employed. I would not recommend this company if you are wanting a long term job. Patients sent to collections without reviewing there accounts to see if there was wrong information input from the Provider Offices front office staff. Billing under different provider names and non-contracted addresses corporate office lied about where the provider was practicing out of, and sent claims with a different address to have the insurance carrier pay the claim, when the provider was not contracted at the location where they did provide the services. Terrible Credentialing Team, do not pay attention to detail, feel bad for the providers who deserve to be paid for there work legally.