Staff Nurse then Clinic Manager (Former Employee) – Hermitage, TN – September 13, 2015
The doctors and staff nurses were great to work with. The patients were the best. It was a team effort to complete the daily clinic, mix and administer chemotherapy, then call patients back as part of triage. I really enjoyed working there, but the pay did not match the responsibility. I learned a great deal from the doctors and nurse practictioners.
reviewed and authorized 3 clinics for chemotherapy, piloted patient advocate program for future financial services within the company to benefit, patients and company reimbursement, wonderful place to work for, strong support leaders, processed all request for chemo drugs through NDA, FDA, and CMS guidelines.
Responsible for authorizations and referrals for my assigned clinics. Posted charges daily for numerous clinics. Communicated with assigned clinics to resolve any outstanding charges or issues. The workload was quite heavy but I enjoyed having a variety of job duties to break up the day to day routine.
Drug Authorization Coordinator (Former Employee) – Nashville, TN – February 27, 2015
The manager here is unprofessional and obviously uneducated by the way she conducts business and communicates in writing, speaking and verbally. She lacks knowledge of basic management skills. Human Resources and upper management condone unprofessional behavior and promote manipulation among the employees.
Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Nashville, TN – December 1, 2014
This company used to be great now not so much! You can't advance within the company at all unless you are an RN or have a master's degree. It is basically a buddy system. Lot of favoritism from doctors and upper management. There is no balance between work and personal life. You are expected to do a lot more than is in your job description for awful pay. The insurance and benefits aren't good for a large company.
Patient Services Representative/Medical Records (Current Employee) – Nashville, TN – January 23, 2014
I provide total medical office support daily. Patient and customer care need 110% always. I strive to exceed requirements consistently and without exception. Teamwork and management support are essential in order to run any origanization. The hardest part of my job currently is witnessing the decline of Pts due to disease progression.
free daily lunches, healthcare and 401k package, vacation/personal/sick time off if needed.
Medical Records Tech (Former Employee) – Nashville, TN – March 6, 2013
Hectic but enjoyable; learned oncology procedures; helpful management; co-workers were team players; hardest part of job was the busy schedule; most enjoyable part was being able to help cancer patients