Very rewarding in learning the ER and Billing Process
SITE COORDINATOR (Former Employee) – Richlands, VA – April 23, 2017
A typical day was acquiring all charts and making copies to send to the home office for billing process. Logging on to the hospital account and extracting all admissions for billing. I learned what was required for billing and how to work in a timely manner. Management was great to work with whenever problems arise my management team would step up and assist in anything that I need to perform my job. My work area was the only part that I could say was a problem. Working in the physicians lounge took consideration of the physicians because I was not able to work in there when it was being occupied. Planning was the key to working on this job. Although that is and was my only Con about the job I truly enjoyed working this job. This is what got me inspired to work the Billing side of the Medical field.
Data Entry (Current Employee) – Remote – April 20, 2017
Just got hired for a remote data entry position and so far I'm kept in the dark about a lot I was so worried that it was a scam at first but it actually was a serious inquiry. I've followed up with everyone that took me through the hiring process and I'm constantly asking more and more questions about protocol and the business. I will come back and update this review in segments.
Work From Home, Flexible Hours, Great Pay, Great Benefits
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Knoxville, TN – April 19, 2017
answer phones and assist patients with questions regarding billing questions with doctors that they seen at the hospital, dr office and er visit. help patitents direct them who they need to call if could not help them .
Medical Biller/Collector (Current Employee) – Akron, OH – April 10, 2017
All Medical and Hospital Billing for 7 different states: Billing of claims, follow up on claims that were billed out, medicare and medicaid billing, answering patient questions about bills, getting retro authorization for procedures that were performed and not precerted at the time of service follow up calls on billing if not paid within prompt pay law.
ARNP (Current Employee) – Plant City, FL – April 5, 2017
Overall this company is very great to work for they are very supportive and offer a variety of skill sets for me to grow as a practitioner. Teen health is a national company where as we work as independent contractors for the company and are hired to work in emergency rooms. They pay us and our route leave rate with no benefits. They give us training scenarios yearly an offer training as needed They are very supportive of our practice and demand excellence in our care. Overall I enjoyed working for this company but also looking for other opportunities
Enjoyed my 8 years with this company. Learned new things everyday with constant changes in healthcare. The most enjoyable part of my job was the that I had great group of physicians that I got to work one on one with.,
I worked for TeamHealth for seven years and developed friendships and gained useful job experience. I started as a payment poster and moved on to the A/R department where I learned to work denied medical claims. I became the Ohio Analyst. I had very good leadership at this job and gained a lot of experience working here.