RN Case Manager (Former Employee) – West Jefferson, NC – May 25, 2017
The job itself as a Hospice Case Manager is very rewarding. The problem is management. The company should not let a "kid run the candy store!" Also a clinical manager that is not willing to go out and help her nurses, unless she is made.
awesome place to work, great work environment, very proficient management, great customer service. Overall, a great place to work and advance. The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to help the customer.
I have worked in differant areas in hospital surroundings.i have worked with differant types of patients.i have worked with home health and hospic patients for nine years.i have computer skills and have worked in material management. doing order enteryand par levels andordering and replaceing stock.i no all surgery suppies and what they are used for.
Sales (Current Employee) – Fredericksburg, VA – May 2, 2017
Compensation is not great and turn over is high. You do get great experience if you're looking to get into the home care industry. There are some great employees that work for the company and truly put patient care first. Our accounts we service know who those people are!!
Good for people needing to gain experience into the home care world!
Registered Nurse Case Manager (Current Employee) – Augusta, GA – April 11, 2017
Only issue is upper administration presence, they are always absent. Typical day at work is seeing your assigned patients, responding to any PRN needs such as falls, SOB, pain, etc. Always a nurse needed on call.
RN Field Case Manager (Former Employee) – Johnstown, PA – February 19, 2017
Low wages. Poor management. Very high turnover with nurses Have to use agency staffing RN's in a specialty with no hospice experience due to RN's always quitting! Secretaries that run the offices due to managers walking out. Extreme negativity within the offices. Over worked staff due to being short staffed equals a lot of on call. No work/home life balance. Time for most of the upper management to retire!
Low wages, negative work place, poor upper management
Regional Manager / Marketing Director (Former Employee) – Columbia, SC – February 13, 2017
This was the second time to work for this company. I believe that I was hired to get the company in position for the healthcare problems that were to come. I improved the companies profit margins by over a half a million dollars in three months before my layoff after the 2012 elections.
Clinical Data Specialist (Former Employee) – Lexington, SC – February 2, 2017
I enjoyed working with clinical staff who I supported in the field. The staff provided me with many laughs and great conversation as we worked through their software issues.
I learned that I have a good way with others and am patient. Many times users would say how grateful they were for my assistance because I was willing to listen to their issues/concerns, provided guidance on how to prevent in the future, and willing to take the time they needed so they understood.
The hardest part of my job was trying to connect with users because some were in very remote locations so actual connectivity to their laptops was very slow, and could take me 6+ hours to get their data.
My most enjoyable part of the job was training others. I love to share my knowledge and watch others grow.
Director of Reimbursement (Former Employee) – Lexington, SC – January 19, 2017
8:00 - 5:00 M-F I did learn a lot at MSA. I was there 13 years. Overall the management & analyst skills are what I valued the most. My immediate supervisor was great however the Board had too much on their plates (work) to really participate in the challenges most if not all of their employees felt. The workplace was extremely fast paced without enough employees and most of all under compensated loyal employees who were neglected. Lack of communication The relationships I made while there. It's not all bad although my overall rating is low. I started with this company in 2001 expecting to retire there. In the end, I felt spent and used. I left under compensated for the amount of work & responsibilities I had and was replaced by a Board members family who took on less for more money.
At the end, None. I can't thing of one good thing to say here
At the end. Everything. I can't think of one thing that wasn't bad
Loved the people I worked with and helping patients
Intake Coordinator (Current Employee) – Johnson City, TN – December 26, 2016
Monday through Friday 8am to 5pm. Love the people I work with , and helping patients over the phone and or walkins. Hour lunch is a plus espically when things get stressful it gives you a moment to relax and gather your thoughts. Hardest part of the job is not being able to dispense medical equipment to a patient because insurance will not pay for it. Unfortunately the store I work for is closing due to being bought out. I loved working for this company, it has made me lovethe medical field. I love helping people and working fulltime.
AE (Former Employee) – Lexington, SC – May 11, 2016
The Corporate board needs to all be fired and start from scratch. They are constantly making very poor decisions that has impacted several employees across each and every location they have. 14 locations are closing and employees are loosing their jobs. The board decided to go with a HUB system that caused several locations to go under. Made a lot of the local referrals mad and they quit using the locations. It's best to stay away from this company, the future of it looks very grim.
A typical day at work involves the oversight of 20 Hospice CNA's throughout 6 counties. Scheduling patient visits, assuring coverage. Implementing patient care plans and policies are followed. I enjoy being a support system for the CNA's and strive to be available to them at all times. the most enjoyable part of my job is definitely filling in for a CNA and visiting patients.
Quality Assurance Representative (Former Employee) – columbia – March 14, 2016
there is no job security constant fear of loosing your job due to work force reduction. you are afraid to get up or talk to anyone. the slightest mistake can get you fired. and the policy is you have to kick a ball up to kick it out, so the only chance of promotion is if you are about to get fired.
Please run run run!!! You'll loose your license. Horrible management, they don't care about employees. Please don't believe a word they tell you at orientation. Worst place I've ever worked and i'm a very patient and understanding person. One word RUN!