Denver Health med center (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – January 6, 2017
I was responsible for greeting patients, handling cash drawer, collecting copay's or deposit's, answering phones and questions from patients, obtaining demographic information from patients, obtaining insurance verifying, obtaining any authorizations needed, communicating on daily basis with the nurses, and doctors, maintaining confidentially from patients and employees, obtaining signatures required for consent for treatment, NOPP/HIPAA and Medicare messages on a timely manner. I enjoyed communicating with staff and patients on a daily basis and helps me keep up with my customer service skills and even with a difficult situation, I am able to usually solve problems with patients and staff.
Patient Service Representative (Former Employee) – Lowell, MA – December 11, 2016
In a typical day I will check in patients and take copayments, review billing and payments for balances. Direct patients to correct medical office in the building. Work in the cashiners office for the day befores deposits for the whole building making sure that they balance to what the systems has figured. Answing the phone and greating patients. Working our work ques .
Patient Registration Representative (Current Employee) – Lansing, MI – October 21, 2016
I worked with a great group of people. I always got along with everyone. I always tried to let people know that I was always there for them whenever they needed my help. I was always willing to learn new jobs. Always did what I was told to do and willing to help in anyway possible. Management always knew they could count on me when they needed me.
Fiscal Support Analyst, Collections (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – November 21, 2016
Worked here for a little over four years, the turnover during the time, was slightly high. The department that is worked in, determines whether the experience is good or bad. Most of the staff is friendly and helpful. It is important to be a team player, because we must work together to give the best service to the patients.
Patient Access and Central Scheduler Rep (Current Employee) – Hyattsville, MD – October 10, 2016
It is a good place to work. Nice people to work with. Managers are nice and respectful. No opportunities to grow and advance. The most enjoyable part of my job is the company. I have awesome coworkers. We created a very strong teamwork experience.
Magee Woman's Hospital (Current Employee) – Oakland, PA – June 14, 2016
It seems as though you are not valued as a worker at UPMC Magee. If you have any problems, concerns, questions etc. you are treated as if you are a burden. They do not follow their core values. I have had a problem with a staff member threatening me that was not handled correctly.. Over all not pleased with the company though I do LOVE the job it's self
While every job has it's up and down's, Ascension Health was a good company to work for. I loved all my co-workers. I worked in Outpatient Wound Care Center which I saw the same patients on a weekly basis, and really formed a bond with each and every one of them.
Waitress/Cashier (Former Employee) – Evansville, IN – March 17, 2016
I enjoyed working for the Merry Go Round Restaurant. It was a family owned, faced paced, and friendly place to work. I learned how to mulittask, hone my customer service skills, critical thinking, and manage my time wisely. Management was great, as well as, the coworkers. They were always a joy to work with. The only downside beside no benefits was that the manager required me to work 40+ hours a week, but the pay was worth the lack of social life. The hardest part of the job was a lack of social life. The most enjoyable part was coming to work in a happy atmosphere with great people and the wonderful regular customers.
The payout and great atmosphere
No time for much of a social life outside of the job.
Registrar (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – April 7, 2016
My typical day is starting my computer, signing in to EPIC. Seeing which patients have not been registered. I have learned communication skills, and how to verify insurances. I love my co-works. The most enjoyable part of my job is that I am able to help patients out.