LEAD QA PROCESS COORDINATOR (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – July 11, 2016
Memorial Hermann is a great place to work with exceptional coworkers and managers. I came in as a contractor and eventually became a fulltime employee. A typical day for me was to ensure our hospital and health solutions applications were defect free and met the end user needs. The most challenging part of the job is the life cycl methodology used to implement projects and applications as I would personally suggest the organization move to an Agile/Scrum approach. The most enjoyable part is being part of a reputable organization that truly cares for it's employees and the community as a whole
Great environment. Great team work and assistance. Enjoy being able to help the many people in our community. I have learned many different aspects of the hospital. How it all starts from being registered in the hospital to how to verify insurance and help to determine what is needed to be paid. The great part of working here is there is lots of room for advancement, they are willing to cross train you in other departments when desired.
Dietitian Diabetes Educator (Former Employee) – The Woodlands, TX – July 6, 2016
RDs treated with no respect and requested to have plenty of credentials but no help to maintain them is one reimb of $125 to cover rd, ld,cde, sports, bariatric, critcal care and other credentials you acquire. Just ridiculous
The work load was sufficient, however; the management is extremely unsupportive in advancement opportunities. The staff is easy to work with and supportive. The hardest part of the job was the ability to advance within the system, the most enjoyable part of the job was the coworkers.
Phlebotomist (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – June 24, 2016
The pay is great but they will over work you. Management is terrible. They say one thing and do another. I would not recommend my friends or family members being a patient here. Most nurses here are in their career for the money not for the love of it.
Collector (Former Employee) – Beaumont, TX – June 16, 2016
Every day I was assigned a list of claims to collect money on. I called insurance companies to collect updated information on unpaid claims. That is my job in a nutshell. Of course, I did more, but this took up the majority of my day. I learned a lot about the ins and outs of getting claims paid. For the most part, I enjoyed my co-workers. The office was neat, kept clean and was pretty nice to be in. The hardest part of the job was getting patients to do what they need to do to get their claims paid. The most enjoyable part of the job was seeing paid claims drop from your list of assigned claims. Nothing like bringing the money in!
Appeals and Grievance Coordinator (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – June 4, 2016
I liked the company overall but management in my department was poor to say the least. They lacked structure and effective procedures. Because of this it made for a stressful work environment trying to keep up with the demands of the job with a failing next to non-system.