Jr. Project Manager (Former Employee) – Carlstadt, NJ – August 22, 2016
A typical day at work entailed written contracts, updating of business requirements, overseeing several projects, narcotics & non-narcotics. I've learned how to delegate amongst the proper divisions. The hardest part of the job is the fast pace and crunch deadlines to be met. The most enjoyable part of the job are the good yearly bonuses and incentive perks.
Customer Service Team Leader (Former Employee) – Morrisville, PA – July 13, 2016
My typical day was preparing for pfizer programs. I learned how to guide a group of people to listen and learn. I managed the doctors on the phones. There was nothing hard about the job it was simple. The most enjoyable part was learning diffrent pfizer programs.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Yardley, PA – June 8, 2016
While working at MediMedia, my job was to answer phone calls for Aciphex, an acid reflux medication. I would enroll patients into savings programs, help them with Medicare and Medicaid situations, and take any complaints or reactions that dealt with the medication. I would connect them to a Pharmacist if necessary. My management team taught me communication skills as well as additional information needed to ensure I had answers for all consumers. The hardest part of my job was hearing consumers problems and not being able to help them further than the savings program we had to offer.
Working in a professional work place, pay rate, and set hours.
Senior Help Desk Technician (Former Employee) – Evanston, IL – November 30, 2015
I supported the Illinois office a medium sized company, averaging a 100 users onsite as the only IT staff, another 2,000 users off site with a support team. Client, IT management, and IT staff were always very professional, positive and driven. This was, without a double the best team I ever worked for and I would do so again. Unfortunately, our Illinois office closed. Typically, I supported 60 PCS and 40-405 Macs, plus various pieces of dedicated equipment, printers, server closet with two racks and networking equipment. I managed software and hardware upgrades, purchases and deployments as well as AD accounts and functioned as level 2 phone support.
Great team, interesting projects
Investor owned company meant there were always layoffs.
Client Services Editor (Former Employee) – Yardley, PA – March 10, 2015
Too much work, and overly focused on rules, regulations, set standards whether these worked in the situation or not. Heavy management by metrics. Very silent office - hard to collaborate and discuss with coworkers. Problematic coworkers often overlooked, and management dismissed complaints. Distant upper management, and local management not good with people, problems, or encouraging training and growth, only with following company line.
Leave on time
Management that didn't treat staff as exempt professionals
IT department (Current Employee) – Salt Lake, Utah – July 25, 2014
Executive management team keeps making bad business decisions that cost millions of dollars and no accountabilty for making those bad decisions. The management team does not tolerate differing opinions and practices cronyism.
The company hasn't shipped a new product line in over 5 years.
Account Manager, Custom Healthcare Solutions (Former Employee) – Yardley, PA – July 22, 2014
Company has gone through 3 reorgs in 18 months. About 100 people let go....which is 30% of workforce. Also, one of the main offices is closing and those who have not been let go will work remote. Company is very unstable, but people who work there are awesome! If you are looking for job stability this is not your company!!!
poor management, poor benefits, unstable, and layoffs every 6-9 months
Call Center Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – PA – March 24, 2014
i feel that this job is an excellent place to work. Duties: Calling provider and off them free sample of there MediMedia Health helps biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies to Launch products such as PharmaDerm, we would call the providers and offer them free sample to there office. But first we Would have to fax them out a free sample request from with in that hour of the call. The their would be a generated fax to the number provided. Technologies: Nice outlook, excel, power point, clock sport, Avaya
Maintains database by entering new and updated customer and account information.
DATA ENTRY CLERK (Former Employee) – Yardley, PA – January 23, 2014
Prepared source data for computer entry by compiling and sorting information; establishing entry priorities. Processed customer and account source documents by reviewing data for deficiencies; resolving discrepancies by using standard procedures or returning incomplete documents to the team leader for resolution.Entered customer and account data by inputting alphabetic and numeric information on keyboard or optical scanner according to screen format.Maintained data entry requirements by following data program techniques and procedures. Verified entered customer and account data by reviewing, correcting, deleting, or reentering data; combining data from both systems when account information is incomplete; purging files to eliminate duplication of data. Secured information by completing data base backups. Maintained operations by following policies and procedures. Maintained customer confidence and protected operations by keeping information confidential. Contributed to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
Medimedia is a great company to work for. I was employed as a Temporary Employee and within a few months I became Medimedia family as a full-time employee. The management and staff at medimedia creates a warm and friendly work environment. I looked forward to coming to work each day.
Don't care about the employee only money in their pockets
Support Services (Current Employee) – Chadds Ford – August 20, 2013
Don't waste your time here in the support services. They don't give a lick about you. Overall, the company does nothing for the employee unless you are in upper management. The lower you are on the totem pole defines how you get treated here. Healthcare is bottom of the barrel. Currently looking to get out and fast.