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Rewarding career serving underpriviledged community in RI
MEMBER SERVICES SPECIALIST (Current Employee), Providence, RIApril 19, 2013
Pros: team oriented department, sense of accomplishment in resolving issues
Cons: strict time schedule
As a member services specialist, it is my duty to resolve any and all issues concerning our members to ensure that they are satisfied with their insurance. I have learned many skills including communications, follow up, and technical competencies in the medical field including medical billing. My co-workers work together as a team along with my managers. – more... The job itself if challenging, but that is the most rewarding part. – less
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great place to work
Claims Analyst II (Former Employee), Providence RIMarch 16, 2013
processing claims, taking calls from providers. learned a lot about the health insurance industry. had great coworkers.
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A very friendly working environment with a great medical staff from which to learn from
Student Pharmacist (Former Employee), Providence, RIMay 22, 2012
Pros: friendly environment, knowledgeable staff, quality learning experience
Cons: very demanding at times
On a standard day I would arrive and work on drug/formulary review material which was required of me on a weekly basis. I was also assigned various drug information questions which were delivered to me daily. Twice a week I would travel to a local community health clinic with another pharmacist to meet with patients and review their current medications. – more... Other tasks that I may have been assigned on a typical day revolved around becoming familiar with the managed care aspect of pharmacy (i.e. prior authorizations, formulary decisions, sending out informational material to providers). – less

About Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island

The overall health of the people of Rhode Island is overseen by the Rhode Island Department of Health, which is overseen by a – Read more

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