Productive and professional work environment with great employees
Billing Specialist (Current Employee), Gretna, La – December 16, 2014
A typical day at work involves insurance denials, pre-auth, insurance verification, and working with patients. They management team is really good. The hardest part of my job is working with multiple patients at one time. The most enjoyable part of my job is working a professional yet fun environment.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee), Sammons Cancer Center – December 3, 2014
A typical day included seeing patients in a doctors office and updating their history and medications and presenting information to physician, triaging phone calls, call in prescriptions, filling out FMLA and disability paperwork. I learned about multiple kinds of cancer and their treatment options. Management was available for questions and answers – more... and was knowledgeable about nursing procedures, but I found her difficult to approach. My co-workers were wonderful! They were also very knowledgeable about their areas of study. The hardest part of my job was losing a patient. The most enjoyable part of my job was learning new things every day. – less
productive and worth to work with my colleagues. senior staffs are well trained and the training phase is systematic.
STAFF NURSE (Former Employee), medical and surgical ward – December 3, 2014
Everyday is busy. You can't even take your lunch on time because of workloads due to inadequacy of staff. Nevertheless, the field has been a great training ground for a novice nurse like me. I learned how to handle tensions, stress and conflicts with grace and how to counteract with it. I remembered that there's no week that we didn't had code blue. – more... As i recall those days, I can clearly remember how great are my seniors were.... just so professional and dedicated in their work that even if you feel like giving up, they were always there pulling you up and catching you when you get into trouble. I think the hardest part of my job was dealing with heavy workloads that I cannot give the ideal nursing care to my patients.... I can't even talk to them and assess them well because of time limit. Anyhow, even if it took so much from me, I enjoyed it a lot for it surpasses my limit. – less
Office assistant . being a small part in a big company
OFFICE ASSISTANT, UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN (Former Employee), Ann Arbor Micigan – December 1, 2014
Pros: being part of a team. to orginize a well ran office
Cons: some job involve many hours of working alone/
As an office assistant you learn that this job Is just as important as the other jobs in an office. I enjoyed working in a place that was well organized and willing to teach each other for not just personal but the office improvement .
Administrative Manager (Former Employee), Burton, MI – December 1, 2014
Pros: great pay
Cons: company closed and owner mover to nashville
Facilitate the daily operation of 8 clinics Personally credentialed 8 clinics and 36 providers with 128 individual insurance companies Scheduling of all Medical and Administrative Assistants Negotiating, purchasing and distribution of all Medical and non-medical equipment and supplies In charge of making sure EMR is functioning properly – more... and all personnel in assigned proper privileges to perform at their security level Organized grand openings, expo’s, corporate and community events Setup free lead screening community service programs Headed up marketing team to include the creation of signage, advertisements, flyers and brochures Oversee Electronic Medical Records for all ESC locations and providers – less
Medical Assistant (Former Employee), Findlay, OH – November 11, 2014
Pros: on the job training, good morale among associates and physicians
Cons: unpaid internship
During my internship, I gained real world knowledge of safety procedures, handling patient information while ensuring the patient's confidentiality, office procedures, and medical sterile field regulations and set up.
Staff Nurse (Former Employee), Los Angeles California – November 6, 2014
Pros: we have good coverage during break time.
I have great opportunities to work at the place that everyone work together as a team. I have support management team.The most enjoyable part of the job was we won high high patient experience score we will receive a pizza party.
Creating relationships and building stronger connections between our leading clinics and patients.
Dental Analyst, Southeast Health Systems (Former Employee), Albany, LA – November 4, 2014
Greet and schedule patients on telephone and in person, take detailed phone messages. Walkout patients, verify procedures completed, collect payment, and submit insurance. Confirm next day's appointments and next week's recalls scheduled 6 month in advance.
Volunteer education staff experienced and well trained
Volunteer (Former Employee), Brooklyn, NY – September 30, 2014
Great atmosphere to learn about how to educate the public in a manner that is approachable and easy to understand. Healthy communication taught, in an environment that is open to different kinds of learning abilities. Diverse patient population, working with both adult and pediatric clients. OTC medications covered, and how to dose correctly, what foods – more... are nutritious, well balanced meals, and how to read prescription and OTC labels. – less