Contract Configuration Analyst (Current Employee) – Grand Junction, CO – October 14, 2017
I did learn new programs and got a better understanding of Microsoft Office programs. Management ignores issues which in turn allows them to escalate to bigger issues that could've been prevented. Flexibility is nice, it allows for a great family/life balance while being able to meet your 40 hours for work and get projects for work complete. Raises are not given for performance or amount of work delegated for others not performing or leaving the company. Raises are only given after market analysis evaluations.
Great place to work! A lot of opportunity to help the Members of our Community working for RMHP!
RN Case Manager (General/Complex/Transplant) (Current Employee) – Grand Junction, CO – July 17, 2017
RMHP is a wonderful place to work if you enjoy helping others! RMHP offers flexibility with schedules and autonomy to learn and grow as a professional. RMHP provides opportunities to work as a team with other caring individuals to improve the lives of people in our community. If at all possible, I'd stay until retirement!! :)
Medicaid Community Health Coordinator (Former Employee) – Grand Junction, CO – March 26, 2017
The perks are great, benefits outstanding, but the corporate culture is lacking in certain departments. Director states she doesn't want to supervise, she wants to lead. Unfortunately, this allows department in-fighting and lack of trust among co-workers.
Financial Analyst (Current Employee) – Grand Junction, CO – January 25, 2017
Interesting work but very much the mean girl mentality. Learn a lot about health insurance, specifically Medicaid, Medicare and commercial products. Learned to keep your head down and not interact with others who will use your words against you the very first chance they get. No real training or mentors. More of a sink or swim feel. A journey not a destination.
Director (Current Employee) – Grand Junction, CO – November 16, 2016
The Employees are amazing, Wellness Program is second to none and Work Life Balance is the Preferred Working Environment.The Company as a whole is well managed although it does lean more toward the Government Programs than I would like.
Case Manager (Current Employee) – Grand Junction, CO – November 1, 2015
The day starts with evaluation of calendar and tasks set, coordinate the days work plan. Concurrently receive new cases, make calls to post discharge members to evaluate for needs. Coordinate care with home health, physicians and member to meet needs.
Attend meetings as required including webinar presentations. Meet with peers to examine current work flows and identify problems, develop a plan to address and set follow-up meeting.
Maintain a case load of 200+ members in 3 counties. I have learned computer system developed for the company. I have increased my level of multi-tasking.
The hardest part of the job is the pressure to manage a large populations. The best part of my job is working with members to solve complex situations.
My co-workers are supportive and open to new ideas.
The management is rigid, non-supportive with selective implementation of discipline.
Emphasis on employee health
Training minimal especially with new programs, work flows
Jr. Systems Administrator (Former Employee) – Grand Junction Co – July 7, 2015
The company was nice to work for, it looked after its membership and tried to take care of it's employees.If you worked hard, you worked even harder. This made it difficult to get anywhere as the company heads haven't quite realized they are no longer a small company.
RN (Former Employee) – Grand Junction – September 28, 2014
Healthcare is tumultuous but can be an exciting place with constant changes and advances in technology. This organization is chaotic because it lacks maturity in processes and procedures. If you want to work in a professional environment with strong leadership, this is not the place to be.
Great company to work for that truley cares for there employees.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Grand Junction, CO – July 28, 2014
A typical day at work is extremely busy with non-stop calls. Customer services is an inbound call center. I have learned how to better handle escalated issues. I have learned how to use new computer systems, and how to be more efficient with those I already knew. I have learned how health insurance works. My co-workers are great to work with, we all are very team oriented and supportive of each other. The hardest part of the job is trying to help unhappy customers. As part of the nature of the job is having to contend with customers health and financial information. This makes each situation extremely personal, and needs to be dealt with the up-most care. The most enjoyable part of the job is helping the customers find a resolution to their issue.
Scanning Clerk (Former Employee) – Grand Junction, CO – August 21, 2013
I was only a temp one month with this company and I can only say the company as a whole is a great one. There are great benefits, perks, and amenities for employees.
However, most departments are mainly women-and an office department full of women is an office department full of gossip and totally unnecessary drama and favoritism. Unless you have that "vibe,' you kiss everyone's butt, and have the gift of gab that clicks with everyone else, you're not going to make it. I'm more of a serious person-I was there to do my job and do it right-not to make BFFs. My personality wasn't good enough for the other girls I worked with. I didn't spend extra time chatting or making a run to the gym with them to catch up on "talk."
Truth be told women here will act sweet and genuine to your face and discuss you with everyone else as soon as you're gone. They lead me on with the impression I was doing very well, getting along with everyone just fine-and I thought so too, until the management pulled some childish moves, and they made a joint decision that they didn't like me working there and let me go-but they didn't tell me themselves. No, that would be too logical and simple, it would the adult, non-womanish thing to do-talk to someone, work it out, let them go. I was told by SOS I was let go, I was not to contact them, and I was not even allowed to pick up my belongings. I had done nothing wrong...nothing, and they treated me like a hardened criminal and had given me no warning at all.
I took my job seriously, did it well while I could, helped out anyone anyway I could whenever Imore... could, took the initiative to do a good job but NONE of that was taken into consideration.
They didn't fire me for lack of responsiveness or anything bad. They fired me because they're a group of gossiping, fake women who just decided I wasn't their type.
IF YOU WANT YOUR WORK ETHIC, PROFESSIONALISM AND ACCURACY TO BE THE DECIDER OF HOW GOOD OF AN EMPLOYEE YOU ARE, THIS IS NOT THE PLACE TO WORK.
YOUR WORK ETHIC DOESN'T DECIDE HOW GOOD OF A PERSON YOU ARE, THE GIRLS WILL JUDGE YOU FOR THEMSELVES.less
Favoritism, gossip, bad communication, shallow co-workers if you aren't their type
Administrative Assistant/Project Coordinator (Former Employee) – GJ, CO – May 12, 2013
My experience working at RMHP in the Quality Improvement department was horrible. You work with ALL women (there is almost zero diversity) and most of them have been there ten years or more and because of that, you have very complacent workers on your team.
In addition, women tend to gossip an awful lot so don't get caught up in it. There was very little logic used as these women thought with their emotions. Getting anything resolved was always an issues as well, since more arguing took place than real decisions being made. The only way to get ahead is by being buddy-buddy with someone in upper management and then they will move you into a position that your not qualified for.
If you told one of the QIA's something they didn't want to hear, they would throw you under the bus so fast. You can't trust your team members or upper management.
I wish they would just clean house and get all new employees who are actually passionate about their jobs and know the meaning of teamwork vs self interest. It's time for some of the elders there to retire so they can bring in a moderate new group. If you like dealing with company politics on a minute to minute basis, then RMHP is the place for you.
Great invorment with all co-workers and customers.
Accountant (Former Employee) – Grand Junction, CO – February 21, 2013
RMHP was a great place to work for all co-workers I got along with like they where all my best friends and it was like a family enviroment. The toughest job I had was running the front desk dealing with customers and taking payments and posting those payments all at the same time, which is multy tasking. All parts of the job was great I dealt with everyone from the receptionist to the President of the company.
all the people including co-workers and customers great invorment.