Loved working for Orlando Health. Great benefits, was able to be promoted to new position of Integrity Analyst. Worked independently as well as within team to coordinate workflow of charge management area to achieve department goals by reconciling patient charts and charges. Consistently exceeded Quality Assurance Standards.
Even though fiscal cutback presented uncertainty for job security, ORMC was one of the best places I have worked for. The manager was the best and treated the techs with respect and valued their ideas and input.
A typical day would include working with accounts to meet deadlines. You don't compete with anyone else but yourself. Working with a group that are very friendly and helpful, was a pleasure. The supervisors were very helpful and friendly. I would,one more time, would like to return to the organization.
Insufficient training. Wonderful employees more than willing to step in and help when needed. Below average wages, with average benefits. Difficult to advance or improve standing from within. Unforgiving leadership.
Patient Accountant Rep II Managed Care Department (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – May 21, 2017
Orlando Health is one of the best hospitals to be apart of. They have a great CEO, and the work place is enjoyable. They make sure each employee is trained and ready to succeed. There are plenty of opportunities to elevate in your career.
Responsible for patient care and safety during transport.
Patient Transport (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – May 16, 2017
Transported patients to treatment units, testing units, operating rooms, and other areas, using wheelchairs, stretchers, and movable beds. Responsible for patient care and safety during transport to and round the medical facility.
A typical day is very busy, however the managers are helpful and everyone works together.The hardest part can be the long hours, 12 hour shifts turn into 13 hours. The most enjoyable part is the team work.
Help Desk (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – May 11, 2017
Gained a lot of experience in the Medical Field at the enterprise level. Everything is micro managed to the point that the quality of service to users is lacking. As I came on board, a lot of long term employees were leaving or planning on leaving.