Pros: benefits, pleasant offices, 401k
Cons: advancement opportunities, limited to job description duties
Learned how to self-start, work individually as well as a team. Good company to work for, great benefits, not a lot of room for advancement. Difficult parts of the job included working with cancer patients, yet it was also the best part of the job. A typical day included registering patients, checking insurance eligibility, data entry, scheduling, and paperwork.