Deca Health/ Comprehensive Centers for Pain Management.
Office Manager (Former Employee), Toledo, Ohio – March 17, 2014
I would open the office at 7:30 am. Check email and send out daily tasks to my staff. Patients start coming in about 8 am. Check all insurances, take patients photos, collect balances or copayments. Answer phones, monitor incoming faxes. Follow up on assigned tasks from morning email to staff,
Providers schedule needs addressed constantly. Any changes – more... made to daily EMR templates, Track provider vacation time using excel spreadsheet and Microsoft Outlook calendar.
The hardest part of the job is always making sure everyone is communicating well.
The most enjoyable part of the job is being about to help people that are suffering from chronic pain.
As a manager, I handled all complaints and customer service requests. – less
Very active and busy practice, occassionally treated to lunch
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), New York, NY – October 3, 2013
Pros: free lunch
Cons: not enough staff, sometimes
Working in a very busy practice kept me on my toes. The medical practice consisted of various specialties. I gained quite a bit of medical knowledge from working with different specialities. Most of my co-workers we easy to get along with and very helpful. The hardest part of the job was trying to accommodate and process a lot of patients for different – more... specialities. What I enjoyed most about my job was, the interacting with the patients. – less
Marketing Coordinator (Current Employee), Charlotte, NC – November 30, 2012
Pros: some free lunches
Cons: sometimes communication between staff is hard to understand.
Great place to work.
Coworkers are helpful and always willing to be a team player. If anyone needs help there is always someone there to help. The management staff is easy to talk to and willing to have your back at anytime. It is enjoyable because there is always something to do. There is never a slow moment.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee), midland family practice Yonkers, NY – November 2, 2012
Pros: free lunch, and great patients and a new experience
Cons: no breaks, attitude, longs waits, dependent on other workes
a typical day at work is to see about 50 or more patients at medium paste. i learned a massive amount of things from my doctor and also different types of machine exams. The office manager i feel did not do her job up to par. Rarely seen her and not professional. My co-workers were friendly and a bit dependent of each other. The hardest part of my job – more... was doing every one else's job all at once. The office itself was great i enjoyed working with the patients they were kind so that made it easier for me ,but the office itself needs work and learn how to be professional. – less
Practice Manager/Receptionist (Former Employee), Mascot, Sydney – May 28, 2013
Pros: job statisfaction
Cons: the travel
A typical day at work always varied. I learned how to look after patients in need of emergency care, and how to keep people calm in times of panic. The people i worked with were very nice and always willing to help out when needed. The hardest part of my job was the traveling and the most enjoyable was seeing happy healthy patients return to the practice – more... to thank us for looking after them so well. – less
debtors account (Former Employee), johannesburg south – November 18, 2012
Cons: working hours, no lunch breaks.
a working environment should be comfortable, friendly and always make you fell like you want to give it your best. working with patients and helping through there fears was the most comforting, especially little kids.
Humble and exciting experience to apply my education and knowledge in medical practice
Independent practitioner (Former Employee), Pune, India – April 30, 2012
As an independent medical practitioner, I ran my medical practice in association with an Ayurvedic pharmacy. I treated patients suffering from various ailments with Ayurvedic medicine. Patients were diverse in age groups, cultures and personalities. I was punctual, respectful and courteous to my patients. I collaborated with the pharmacy for medicines – more... and made sure that they were given in right dosages and were pure. – less