fast paced job with opportunities to grow and learn as a nurse
RN-Med Surg /Ortho staff nurse (Former Employee), Richmond, VA – October 22, 2014
Typical day included 6-1 ratio on a very busy med surg floor. I gained many useful skills and knowledge related to the surgical population. I developed better leadership skills and communication skills. The best part of the job was the fast paced work flow and having co-workers who worked together as a team.
df (Current Employee), brentwood, tn – October 14, 2014
• Practice Support Services, Tier Two • Receive incoming calls and emails from customers. • Initiates proactive communication both written and verbal with the practices, my team, and my leads. • Understand the centralized billing office’s operational process and computer systems. • Ensures that the customer’s issues are dealt with in an efficient matter. • – more... Coach and train other Practice Support Specialist on Shared Service for Physicians policies and procedures, quality assurance measures, and proper costumer service etiquette. • Train and re-train Practice Support Specialist as necessary. • Complete the research that is necessary to appropriately resolve the cause and respond to customer inquiries, request, issues, and/or complaints. • Work in eCW supporting and educating practices with the revenue cycle. • Build and run reports in Dashboard • Move money from claim to claim to balance out patient accounts. • Correct insurance adjustments to correspond to the EOB/ ERA. • Locate missing insurance and patient payments and post to the correct claim. • Work with treasury and create batches to insure that they are balancing every day. • Assist patient support in taking payment calls for patients. • Use a ticketing system called Remedy to communicate with departments within Parallon. • Use outlook for email to communicate with practices and other Parallon employees • Use Excel daily for data, and reports. • Assist practice in Programs such as: eSAF, OnBase, Dashboard, Service express, Business Objects, EPIC, Artiva, Knowledge Base, and eCW. – less
Scheduler (Current Employee), Mason, OH – September 28, 2014
Pros: learning epic
Cons: late shift
shift hours 11:30 to 8:00pm great work area ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................
Cons: dishonest, violates the law, contracts are not fair and equitable
This company violates compact law on a regular basis and they have already been warned more than once by the national counsel of state boards of nursing. They also have a clause in their travel contract that states you can be let go for no reason by Parallon and whatever fees the hospital charges Parallon, you have to pay. They are some of the most – more... dishonest people in the business. – less
Worker's Compensation Collection Specialist (Former Employee), San Antonio,TX – August 7, 2014
Pros: flexibility with schedule
Cons: somewhat traffic congested at rush hour
I have worked for this company off and on for 7 years and I have been treated professionally as a worker. Leadership is quite good. Learned quite a few things during my time there. Know alot of good people and built lasting professional relationships.
Registered Nurse (Current Employee), Houston, TX – July 23, 2014
Pros: always work
Cons: hca hospitals
I have worked for this company in the past and presently. The hire on process has taken longer that in the past but the company is reliable and efficient. I have never had any problems with the company.
DISCREPANCY ANALYST (Former Employee), NORCROSS, GA – July 3, 2014
Cons: the new manager in managed care logging and the whole team
You wonder why there is such a high turnover rate at the Norcross location, take a look at their core values. They give you 90 days to produce at the same rate as those that have been there for years. Let me remind you that you don't go into your department for the first 2 weeks, they have some bullcrap orientation that has nothing to do with your job. – more... Then you go to your area for 1 week, back to the other orientation for 1 week, so that's 4 weeks without really getting a full understanding of your job. Then you finally get to your area..oh wait another 2 weeks of training on stuff you have never heard of, so now that's 6 weeks gone. Ok, now you have to learn all the ins and outs of your position. , which takes time. The bottom line is they set you up for failure. I WOULD NEVER WORK IN MANAGED CARE LOGGING FOR THE NEW HNIC EVER AGAIN. – less
Underpayments Analyst (Former Employee), Lake Havasu City, AZ – June 10, 2014
Overall it was a good company to work for. I loved the management. I was an underpayments analyst. I called insurance companies & inquired as to why medical claims werent paid per contract. The policy & procedures of this work place are what caused me to terminate my employment.
Clinical Appeals Analyst (Current Employee), Norcross, GA – May 21, 2014
A typical day at Parallon consists of a daily 10 min morning meeting where we discuss financial goals and daily inventory. The remainder of the day is usually spent contacting insurance companies via phone or email. This is done through a number if systems.