Home care Attendant (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – September 27, 2016
A typical day work for ins making sure the patient is taking care of, bath the patient, feed patient, make sure the patient take his/her medicine, and sometime run errand. The hardest part of the job not all patients are the same, depending of the assignment. Some time time might send for an assignment where the patient is completely immobile other than it can be a real easy job. I take great pride caring for my patient, specially I bring smile to their face
Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT) (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – July 7, 2016
I worked at Preferred for 6 months. The pay was decent although the workload was very heavy. Pharmacist in charge only cared about how much we were "producing" and not the quality of life for the employees. Coworkers and lead tech were more concerned with gossiping about others than they were about getting their job done. People that had been there a long time felt they deserved special treatment over the new people. Worst experience as a tech I have ever had.
Very friendly employer who are professionals in the healthcare industry
Certified Home Health Aide (Current Employee) – Eatontown, NJ – June 30, 2016
Working for clients who really look forward of your presence, which will make your day. Assisting clients with all their needs, realizing how valuable of a employee you are to them. Preferred always makes the staff their priority as well as the clients. The co-workers truly make you feel like family. The most enjoyable part of the job are the clients, and valued relationships you will establish with all. The hardest part of the job is when it's time to let go, meaning when a friend has deceased.
The best DME company I've worked for so far. They truly care about their employees and their patients. They downsized and had to close this office, but I am so thankful I had the opportunity to work with such a wonderful group of people. I would gladly work for them again.
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – April 9, 2016
I visit people in their home to provide infusion nursing services. I typically see between 4-6 patients each day, Sunday through Thursday. I train them how to administer their own IV medications. I also assist with maintaining their IV access devices and I draw blood for ordered labs.
CST Lead (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – March 10, 2016
management only cares about the bottom line not the customer. After experiencing multiple concerns from staff, I brought to the attention of upper management to be told the staff needs to deal with it. Management places all blame on lower level employees in order to cover up there own short comings. in working in upper management I seen first hand higher level employees have meetings to place blame on others to cover there faults.
Respiratory Therapist (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – February 15, 2016
Overall, this is a place that I would not recommend to anybody. Everything from how it's ran to how they treat you. My immediate supervisor (RT Supervisor), was wonderful and the only great thing about that company. Doing Home Care for them, you started to feel like you were a mule with how you were treated. The supervisors were disgruntled and took it out on you.
The compensation was decent for how much OT you could make for putting in long hours.
Home Health Aide (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – February 1, 2016
I find that i the company is not well organized it hard to get in contact with HR and Coordinators.. Theirs a major issue with pay roll and not getting paid in full. I did enjoy working with the client and helping them in the best way i can.
IT Support Technician (Helpdesk) (Current Employee) – Phoenix – October 7, 2015
The work environment is constantly changing in IT, policies, procedures, infrastructure. Several CIOs in my few years here. The business blames IT for the lack of success, but never gets stable due to turnover and new IT regimes reorganizing for no reason and undoing everything the previous IT management had done. No room for advancement due to new management always bringing in "their people'.
mid-sized growing company
poor management and constant turnover there-in trickles down into most other cons.
Full-time Medical Billing/Coding position with room for advancement.
Reimbursement Specialist (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – August 18, 2015
As a reimbursement specialist my team and I are tasked with creating 50+ CMS 1500 claims per day for each patient's delivery. This company has several different locations in the southwest region, therefore I have become familiar with a number of different insurances. The most crucial and demanding part of the job, I would say, would be the end-of-month closing period. The good thing is, I work with a fun spirited group of individuals who are more than happy to help each other out to get the job done on time.
There is always an opportunity to learn new things about the job and the company itself
Lead Tech (Former Employee) – Glendale, AZ – July 29, 2015
I would assign 6 employees to clean an prep oxygen tanks for filling process I would then check for leaks or conditions.Then I would start the filling process after inspection then would have them ready for customers to pickup