My experience with Select was good. I was young, I made good money and was treated well by everyone I worked with. I don't think the company has the contract for the specific building I was in, but everyone there was very nice.
Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant (Former Employee) – Port Chester, NY – October 20, 2017
Typical contract assignment. Management was fair, new manager needed a bit more training and some education on how to manage stress. Required 90% productivity for PT's and 95% for PTA's, somewhat unrealistic in a SNF setting.
Patient Service Specialist (Former Employee) – Slippery Rock, PA – October 3, 2017
The facility I worked in as a slow paced environment, not as busy as the other facilities. The PT very professional. Nice environment. Learned how to use NaviNet to search for patient insurance eligibility, copay etc...
Medicare Account Representative (Former Employee) – Mechanicsburg, PA – September 21, 2017
If you like stress and low pay this is a job for you. They do not give you a lot of training. 2 days training for a position that would at least take 1 month to learn the basics. They state they are understanding if you are new to the position and don't know everything but they are NOT.
Telemetry Technician (Current Employee) – East Chicago, IN – September 13, 2017
Pay is more than other place but some say it's low for telemetry. The job itself is not that bad. Working with others to make sure they check the heir patient is hard because you can't leave the monitors and everybody does what they want when they feel like it. Everybody works 12 hours.
Human Resources (Current Employee) – Pennsylvania – August 7, 2017
Select is fast paced and high demand. If you're good at what you do, Select will make you better. Not an easy company to work for, but they hold each other to high standards,and if you can achieve those standards, you'll be all the better for it. Management is forward thinking, but also budget and bottom line conscious. Most enjoyable part of the job is working along side and learning from other high performing employees.
Temporary Patient Account Representative (Former Employee) – Camp Hill – July 5, 2017
The overall job culture was nice, but it felt forced. Very "Stepford" vibe to everything. Lots of Mandatory Fun. I was not given a lot of training prior, and was let go one day short of completing my 90 day trial period for making one minor error. I have had a lot of companies insist the position is temp-to-hire, and none of them actually mean it. This was another one.
Patient Service Specialist/Receptionist (Former Employee) – 15th Street Plano – June 28, 2017
Difficult co-worker low pay outdated programs paper charts copier/fax did not work for a month Poor training Did not enjoy working for this company. Physical Therapist were very nice.I had good part-time working hours.
Temp (Former Employee) – Mechanicsburg, PA – June 26, 2017
You got your own deck. Calling the insurance companies to obtain payments for patients medical bills. There was a lot of waiting on hold when on the phones with the insurance companies but once the payments were made, I was able to close the case and move to the next. The manager assigned a lot of work because there was not a lot of employees.
Quiet office envirnment, Multiple breaks hour lunch. Ok pay.
Clinical Liaison (Current Employee) – Kansas City, KS – June 14, 2017
Great place to gain an in depth understanding of the clinical sales environment. As with any endeavor you get out of it what you put into it. I gained valuable experiences and relationships that will carry forward into the rest of my career.
Amazing exposure to the clinical setting
Medical reimbursement enviroment becoming difficult
RN Staff Nurse (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – June 10, 2017
If you value your license do not work here. Patient to RN ratio dangerous. Complex ventilator patients and serious condition patients. They staff like the patients are ambulatory selfcare. Patients are not. They are high acuity. Orientation horrible. You do not get a preceptor or any inservice on equipment. Administration not supportive. Obvious the institution is in it for money only.
Lack of orientation and poor administration. Patient staff ratio unrealistic
Patient Service Specialist (Current Employee) – Canton, OH – May 29, 2017
Worked as a PSS in a managed care clinic and a stand-alone clinic. Managed care clinic was extremely busy and saw many patients. Enjoyed my co-workers, however management needs to improve their communication. Focus seems to be on statistics of how many patient visits clinics can get. Training at stand-alone clinic was spotty.
generally good hours, nice coworkers and therapists