Data Entry (Current Employee), Binghamton, NY – July 8, 2014
I like my job and i love what I'm doing, i learned allot in this field and the management is just great, management and co-workers are awesome to work with and everything goes so great at work and you just learn so much from everyone that are there, because they are so helpful. and good place to work at!
Operations Manager (Former Employee), Alpharetta, GA – February 11, 2014
Pros: helping out facilities to fill the needs of their patients.
Cons: long days and lots of driving.
I really enjoyed working to fulfill the needs of patients or their family members. I loved traveling to places I would have never been to if it wasn't for my position. The management team was very supportive and teamed up when needed. The hardest part of my job was being away from home all week.
Team Leader, Data Entry Department (Former Employee), Binghamton, NY – February 4, 2014
I worked in the data entry department at Sourcecorp. I was promoted within 2 months to a Team Leader. I was then in charge of helping employees with various questions, charting errors, and aiding in the continual training of the other data entry employees.
My speed and accuracy in typing made this job very enjoyable.
Data Entry Clerk (Former Employee), Englewood, CO – December 9, 2013
Responsible for inputting a list items, numbers or other data into the computer system from CMS 1500 claims and UB40 Hospital claims, completing forms from on a computer screen, proofread new entries in the database for accuracy and efficiency, timely and efficient identification of client materials, maintain a record of completed work, and required – more... to achieve levels of productivity and quality based on department standards – less
Manage day to day operations in a production enviroment.
Production Manager (Current Employee), Atlanta, GA – December 3, 2013
Cons: no work life balance
A typical day at work is managing day to day operations in a production environment. I've learned that it is important to have work life balance. I enjoy being a part of management. The hardest part of the job is not having work life balance. Basically on call six days a week. The most enjoyable part of the job is being able to improve processes resulting – more... in cost savings and exceeding the customers expectations. Also, I enjoy mentoring teams resulting in increasing production and throughput efficiencies. – less