Pros: great insurance benefits, awesome people to work with, caring facility thats always looking to improve satisfaction scores etc.
Cons: short lunches, no room for advancement, pay
My day starts off from the second I sit down, printing out schedules, making collection calls, verifying insurance, prep of all outpatient charts etc. I've learned so much since I've began working here, began answering phones as a PRN PBX operator to get my foot in the door and within 6 months was cross trained in multiple departments and promoted. – more... It's a very stressful job when dealing with not only patients that need services but explainging insurance benefits and payments that are required upon registration. I do enjoy always being able to help other co-workers in areas outside of my own, and having the ability to do so, you really never know what each day holds, as everyday is nearly different-the patients you deal with, the issues that arise, and the always changing protocal for testing etc – less