Registered Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – April 21, 2016
poor management, schedule is always changing every week, no communication within the staff, having to deal with difficult patient and management is never there to help, not an actual team, system is always giving issues
Staff Nurse III (Current Employee) – Orthopedics- Joint Center/General – April 20, 2016
Great place to work, great work environment and very caring management. Orthopedic department is the best place to work, they work as a family and all strive for the best. Benefits are pretty good and there is a lot of room for advancement. I am grateful for my opportunity to work here and have advanced in my career greatly since I have been here.
Great work environment and great management
Expensive food in the cafeteria, small discount for employees.
DIRECTOR LEVEL (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – April 18, 2016
I enjoy working here and believe the hospital and the company strives to provide patients with high quality medical care. I do feel I make a difference both at the company, and for the community at large.
A sense that I am doing something worthwhile, for patients and the community. Pay is competitive. Benefits are good.
Reviewed analyzed and identified clinical and technical claim denials. Submitted appeal letters to obtain reimbursement on denied claims. Produced various reports to facilitate monthly denials meeting. tracked trends and Managed Care issues.
RN (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – March 29, 2016
typical day: non stop busy learned: a lot! management: needs improvement coworkers: cliques, backstabbers, best friends hardest part: heavy with a terrible staffing grid (currently) enjoyable: forming connections with coworkers and patients
I learned quite about about HIPPA regulations and hospital grading and reporting. My organizational skills were essential as I served as backup for a System Executive and reported directly to the VP of Compliance and the Director of School Based Clinics and Hospital Reporting.
Member Service Associate (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – March 17, 2016
I have learned so much in Banking as a customer service rep, From online to accounting reports, starting off my day is when I had to print out the Report of overdrafts from members accounts on a daily basis and making sure we are not over looking the customer checking or savings account on being over draft and not the customer not getting fees for it, if we happen to find fees id have to contact the member as a courtesy and advise them in future any more then we would close their card out, Also did claims for customers on their account if there is fraud or a additional charge and was not suppose to have in their account, Also closing cards out and sending new ones and activating cards and verifying if I am talking to the customer and not someone trying to enter their account. Receiving incoming calls and outgoing calls to members. Also verifying if the account is dormant then we would have to call them and let them know if there is no activity in the account then their money would be sent to the state. Reminders to them. Helping members on their account transferring from one account to the next. Receiving documents by fax and submitting claims for fraud. blocking cards if they go out of state w out notifying the bank. At the end of the day I would have to call all branches and making sure they send the checks to me and total all of them out and then send them to the Feds. Also reviewing the online complaints and the online applications to become part of the bank. making sure that their needs are meant through online and also resetting passwords online. And this is daily. I alsomore... would give the members their payoff amount when wanting to close out on their loan for their vehicle, and then transfer to a loan officer, And if the members have not paid their car notes for more than 30 days, would send them over to collections dept for payment arrangements.less