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OASIS Hospital United States Employee Reviews

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Great Place to work
Payroll & Benefits Coordinator (Current Employee), Phoenix, AZFebruary 9, 2014
Pros: excellent food
Oasis Hospital is a beautifu Orthopedic Hospital that opened in June 2011. It is a nice place to work with great employees.
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Busy orthopedic and spine hospital
Director of perioperative Services (Former Employee), Phoenix, AZJanuary 29, 2014
Pros: amazing staff
Cons: expectations not clearly communicated
High volume and high quality patient care. Incredible team in Perioperative services and some of the most highly skilled surgeons in the business.
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very productive workplace
Sterile tech (Former Employee), Phoenix, AZAugust 22, 2013
Pros: great pay
Cons: benefits not so good
oasis hospital is an excellent work place that offered great incentives & bonuses. overall excellent work environment
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A very busy job.
Nurse Case Manager/Discharge Coordinator (Current Employee), phoenix, AZJune 13, 2012
Pros: doing ur for an inpatient surgical patient super easy.
Cons: having to see post surgical patients on the day of surgery to start discharge planning, not a full service hospital, having to wait for results of ultrasound for 24-26 hr, surgical patients sometimes arriving as late as 830 pm on the surgical floor, long days.
It was a joy working co-workers and developed many friendships. Enjoyed many of the patients and their families..
Management felt that everyone (especially case management) had to do extra time to in order for the hospital to function smoothly. There was no empathy.
Only 2 case managers; worked with my boss almost daily.
Workday began at 730 AM w/ short day 10 1/2 hr for the first 2 days and long days are 14 1/2 hr for day number three and four then back to 10 or 10 1/2 for 5th day. Purely surgical hospital with average of 70 patients in 3 days. Do UR on 1st day on outpatients (average 2-3 daily) and the rest inpatients. Discharge planning for all patients. Length of Stay 24 - 72 hr. Must have discharge plans done day before discharge since patients are discharged early the next day in order to have beds available for surgery patients coming in that day.
The most difficult is the number of hours in a day you work.
Insurance benefits were poor especially the co-pays for medications. There was a per-exiting clause for illness on the short term and long term disability which caused a denial.
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Our Mission-Treating Patients Like Family carries through to our employees
Chief Financial Officer (Current Employee), Phoenix, AZApril 15, 2012
Pros: our team
Member of the Administrative Team responsible for opening new Inpatient Hospital. Implementation of new systems and processes to meet DHS, Joint Commission and Medicare Certification Requirements. Financial Administration to meet Hospital goals. Financial and Operational Management for Revenue Cycle, Information Technology, Patient Financial Services, Financial Reporting, Materials Management, Admitting, HIM, and Case Management. Negotiated Pricing and Contracted with vendors for medical and surgical supplies for the Hospital.

 Recruitment, hiring and retention of the financial management team to coincide with project plan.
 Working with the Team developed Policies and procedures for the operation of the Materials Management, Admitting, HIM, Case Management, and Information Technology to meet HIPPA, JCAHO, and DHS along with Corporate Compliance and Internal Control guidelines.
 Financial decision making to coincide with the Hospital’s business plan to assure success.
 Project Management Responsibility for Meditech System Clinical and Financial Implementation to meet Meaningful Use Timeline.
 Cash Flow Management Responsibility.
 Revenue Cycle process flow oversight
 Established effective working relationships with physicians, employees, patients and vendors.

About OASIS Hospital

Oasis Hospital is located in the quieter, more traditional city of Al Ain, in the United Arab Emirates, an easy 90 min drive from – Read more

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