Great place to start working in 1999. Once the company, then called LoMed, was purcahsed by Omnicare, everything went down. All perks and incentives were taken away. The turnover rate was alarming and the hours of operation led to late nights and no personal time available.
Receiving Specialist (Current Employee) – King of Prussia, PA – July 20, 2017
It's a job. There have been many company mergers, and I've seen many employee and mangers come and go. The turnover is unreal and the majority of the people still employed have been with the company over 10-15 years, and are comfortable.
This company is no longer in business due to issues they were having with state reviews, and low admission rates caused by poor reviews. Many families were not happy with the care their loved ones were receiving, there were bed bug infestations, and bad press in the news.
Sr Order Entry Tech (Current Employee) – Perrysburg, OH – July 15, 2017
It was a great place to work up until another company took over then things started to change and mostly not for the better. The new manager of the department does not have the experience needed to lead a team and therefore a lot of people are not happy and we have lost a lot of people in the last few months make our job more difficult due to the fact that there is more work for the new facilities just acquired and not enough people to do the work.
Clinical Intervention Center Pharm Tech (Current Employee) – OKC – July 13, 2017
Typical day at work is rushing to meet metrics, fixing other people's mistakes, picking up the slack where others just sit there. I learned a lot of problem solving skills. Management is very unaware of how unhappy employess are. Hardest part of the job is learning all the different ins & outs of the processes which change daily. Most enjoyable part of job is helping patient's to obtain their medication.
A feeling of satisfaction knowing you have helped someone.
Just about everything. Pay, hours, unwilling to work with school schedule.
This job provided seven days on/off flexibility. Ten hour days during the night hours provided a good tempo with a balance between staff Pharmacist experience and IV practice, the most challenging part of the practice was to be prepared to deal with any aspect of pharmacy practice as it relates to long term nursing care.
Supervisor -Billing / Customer Service (Current Employee) – Spartanburg, SC – July 9, 2017
Great people make this Omnicare location a pleasant place to work. The recently renovated building makes for a nice comfortable working environment. Conveniently located on the west side of Spartanburg.
Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Conyers, GA – July 4, 2017
Not a terrible place to work but definitely wouldn't be my top pick. Very stressful environment, severly understaffed and the turn over rate is really high. People come here to get enough experience to find something better. Management is not on the same page. One person will tell you to do one thing then another will pull you from that task and tell you to do something else. Stress is through the roof for most of the staff and morale has greatly reduced since CVS took over.
1 hour lunch, great co-workers
lack of direction from management, no training, stress level for pay
Revenue Qualifying Specialist (Current Employee) – Florissant, MO – July 3, 2017
My position is responsible for gathering and entering information related to the payer status of patients from the facility, or from the responsible party. Ensure that census paperwork is received from the Nursing facility. Ensure that the census is entered into the operating system accurately and is valid coverage. Review paperwork and verify completeness and of intake process focusing on payer verification and selection.
Patient Care Specialist (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – June 30, 2017
Worse job I have ever had. Management is super nasty. Some sups stare at you like you shouldn't be there daily. Not approachable at all. This company does not train whatsoever. Runs a point system, after 10 call ins your fired. Don't be sick or have sick children. If you can find a better job, I suggest you do.
Getting hired fast
Rude management, not enough pay for job environment