Certified Ophthalmic Scribe (Current Employee) – Manchester, MO – March 7, 2017
Health benefits are good, just no dental and vision (have to go through work for vision). Poor building layout for the busy daily schedules. Always more work load than space for patient. Time management could improve.
Charge Poster (Current Employee) – Ft. Worth, Texas – January 25, 2017
I work in the back office in the billing dept. We are a 15 dr specialist practice. Daily duties include posting daily office charges & surgical charges in a timely manner & getting claims paid within a 2 week period.
I absolutely loved my patients at my job. I loved the people that I worked with and most of the aspects of my job. The technicians there are fabulous. The management is a very sketchy on the other hand.
As a long term employee, I built a strong knowledge of all aspects in the ophthalmology field. I was trained on the job at a very young age and advanced throughout the company. I enjoyed working with the doctors on an individual basis and as a group. I am very knowledgeable in this field in both the clinical and surgical departments. I enjoyed working with patients and building a lasting relationship.
Professional atmosphere & enjoyable work environment
Charge Poster (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – December 7, 2015
typical day of work was coming in & getting started with our day, start posting charges, logging in all required flowsheets, returning any voicemails, you get your work done for the day in which we did every day.
The work area was wet when it rained hard and flooded the floor leaving a terrible odor for several days.
Cert. Ophthalmic Tech/Triage Tech (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – November 18, 2014
There were seven of us in our area in the basement; usually very busy and lots of messages to answer, medications to review, and patients to console and screen for emergency care. It was interesting to hear the patients problems and to determine when and where they should be seen by a doctor. My co-workers kept the day pleasant yet we accomplished our goals for the day. The hardest part of the job was the fact that there was very poor communication from the supervisor to the technicians and lack of respect by the technicians for her; she was known for showing favoritism to some of the techs. The most enjoyable part of the job was making sure the needs of the patients were met and their information provided to the doctors.
Monthly birthday cakes. occassional lunch provided for staff
Techs were not given credit for difficult assessments, techs were not given reviews in a timely manner at their anniversary start date
A busy medical clinic, where there was always something to do to keep things going
Administrative Asst, Accounts Payable/Receivable (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – July 14, 2014
I liked the variety of my responsibilities. I learned insurance, scheduling meetings and travel. Accounts payable process and receivables. Management for the most part was good. Co-workers were great. It was a family atmosphere where everyone cared for one another. Hardest part of my job was getting everything done in a timely manner. Enjoyable part of the job was the people I worked with, the processing of accounts payable and interaction with others.
Phone Operator (Current Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – September 5, 2012
I answer the phone for 13 doctors, We have a 20 line phone system. I also help with the scheduling and managing of lunches and breaks.I have a good group of coworkers, that works together and helps each other when needed. I have learned many positives and negetives regarding management at this facilitie, and I know what it takes to make an employee, and emplyer happy. I enjoy talking with the patients, and seeing them get better, and overcome obsticles.
health insurance, good pay, off holidays
scheduling system changes daily, electronic trouble daily