LPN (Current Employee) – Harrisburg, PA – June 30, 2016
When RNs & PCAs get cost of living raises the LPN is left out, when ask why "because we forgot to include LPNs" but no raise given. When offered an option for bonus pay, LPN again is told they are included in the bonus option simply because they are an LPN. Horrible workplace moral!!!!!!!!!
Pre-Paid Insurance Referral Clerk (Former Employee) – San Bernardino, CA – June 7, 2016
Print and generate physician's reports. Authorizing medical referrals for specialty exams. Verifying insurance for eligibility. Sending referrals to specialty offices representatives. Working directly with hospitals and imaging centers to get patients scheduled.
Time consuming so the day went by extremly fast.
Insurance websites not updated with current eligibilty infomation
Event Worker (Current Employee) – Hershey, PA – May 25, 2016
Our physicians are wonderful. Typical day is obtaining authorization for various radiation treatments, advanced imaging, checking insurance eligibility and benefits. I learned a lot about various insurance companies and coverage. Management was unfortunately not great. The majority of my co-workers are wonderful people and great to work with. Hardest part of my job is getting an authorization at the last minute.
Physical Therapy Aide/Certified Massage Therapist (Former Employee) – Salinas, CA – May 12, 2016
Learned a lot not only in the physical therapy department but also in the urgent care part of the clinic. I got to experience different cases that I had never had to deal with. Learned new and different techniques on doing patient care along with front office work.
Transcriptionist (Current Employee) – Palmetto, FL – March 2, 2016
It has been a great place to work, however, technology is really eliminating jobs in transcription with the hospital system going to EPIC. I loved the variety of work I get, and I love being able to work from home.
Clinical Assistant (Former Employee) – Harrisburg, PA – December 9, 2015
I really enjoyed working for Pinnacle Health because I learned many things working in the Medical Surgical Intensive Care Unit as a Personal Care Assistant/Clinical Assistant. I was trained as a medical secretary, which allowed me to work closely with doctors and nurses performing daily care on patients, I learned medical terminology and I was responsible for keeping accurate medical records for patients.
I was involed in assisting with many medical procedures.
Medical Assistant Externship (Former Employee) – Salinas, CA – November 25, 2015
In an Urgent Care setting like at Pinnacle Healthcare it gets busy the majority of the time. There were always new things to see and learn because would get injured at work. It was mainly dealing with lacerations and work injuries. I enjoyed it because there was also a Chiropractor for the patients that had injuries.
Diagnostic radiologic technologist (Former Employee) – Harrisburg, PA – November 18, 2015
Non supportive management: ex.Favoritism/harrasment-all well documented i loved my job at ph taking care of patients and taking their x-rays.I loved working with my colleauges but the work environment created by management favored younger workers.I loved my job there and would have worked there until retirement.