Pros: Good pay and benefits, an interesting job, and a large array of resources to help you complete your job
Cons: Benefits and ensuring employee satisfaction changed for the worst, as time went on, and lack of a clear path of how to achieve the best outcomes for doing your job
Overall, I very much enjoyed this job. I worked independently on a computer reviewing medical charts for Medicare. I learned requirements for Medicare benefits. I consulted with physicians and fellow nurses with regards of documentation supporting the level of health care provided to the beneficiary, whether it be acute care, emergency room visits, and outpatient services.
The most enjoyable part of this job was allowing for independence as well as including the medical world with computers and technology. Altogether, the job had a great balance of both arenas. The hardest part of the job was the company's lack of organization and communication to their employees on a vast amount of issues. Unfortunately, the company usually acted and then thought through their actions instead of contemplating before making actions regarding the way daily work would be affected.