Office Manager/Receptionist (Current Employee) – Staten Island, NY – December 16, 2016
A typical day at work would consist of checking patients in assisting the doctor with certain exams that needed to be performed as well as updating and maintaining the schedule of patients and The Doctors as well. I enjoyed working with the people here because we gt so much done and we always worked in a team.
Technician (Current Employee) – West Mifflin, PA – October 17, 2016
New employees are given insufficient training, staff is expected to work most days without a complete lunch break due to overbooked schedules. Managers are inconsistent with expectations and how they discipline. Employees are expected to travel to most outer offices frequently, even when they are told differently in the initial interviewing process. Raises and reviews are inconsequential and not even given at regular intervals. Management can be unprofessional and rude to employees when approached with issues and concerns. Vacation time is 2 weeks, which includes sick and personal time. Gives a lot of exposure to subspecialties in ophthalmology and unique cases, regular free lunches, but not worth the stress and lack of appreciation from upper management.
free lunches, early start times
no lunch breaks, poor work place moral, short staffed, too much travel, inconsistent management, underappreciated employees
Positive work environment with quality work life balance
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Lafayette, LA – August 10, 2016
Hours at the clinic afforded the opportunity to spend quality time with my family which was the most influential piece of this rating. Compensation was lacking compared to other opportunities although very competitive compared to alternative office jobs. In general, office environment was positive and I would definitely recommend the clinic to anyone looking for that type of opportunity.
Medical Biller/Office Manager (Former Employee) – Palo Alto, CA – February 16, 2016
Always happy to work with my co-workers, our office is not big and it's busy everyday. The hardest part of my job was when our receptionist is out, I was the only one to replace her, I worked for two different job in the same time, but it is always manageable. I enjoyed working with the patients and with my co workers. I've learned a lot of things about ophthalmology Diagnosis codes, billing and more medical terminology.
Director of Finance (Former Employee) – West Mifflin, PA – May 27, 2014
my workday started at 9am and sometimes lasted until 7pm or later. I learned a lot about accounting journal entries, bank reconciliation, financial statements, 401k, payroll, facility maintenance, inventory.
Patient Care Coordinator (Former Employee) – Miami, Fl – May 9, 2014
multiple incoming calls to be empathetic management was fair co-workers were very assertive hardest part of the job was turning people away because their benefits expired most enjoyable part of the job was helping people
Greeted and registered patients, collected insurance information, answered phones and made appointments. I learned a lot about eye care and compassion. Management was good. The co-workers were all pleasant and were team players. The hardest part of the job was seeing the elderly dealing with poor eyesight. The most enjoyable part was watching the patients go through the healing process with good results.
Accounts Receivables Analyst (Former Employee) – Paducah, KY – June 19, 2012
Accounts recievable analyst, worked from a spreadsheet of claims that were 60 to 180 days unresolved. I learned all about the 4 new types of Medicare. I got a better understanding of procedures in an Ophthalmology office. The management team was great & very helpful. I was lucky to have my own office but my coworkers were all very helpful. The hardest part of the job was determining who's responsible for the unresolved balance & waiting 30 to 60 days to get updates on claims. The most enjoyable portion of my job was completion & accomplishment. Knowing that you pulled out all the stops & was able to get resolution.