IT Senior Technical Analyst (Current Employee) – Clear Lake, TX – May 18, 2017
Methodist is an excellent company to work for that truly cares about their employees and also has great benefits. They push their wellness program with lots of incentives, have education reimbursement, and an excellent retirement plan.
Supports improving yourself and advancment in the comany
Extra high turnover and lots of politics. Buyer beware. There is a reason that there are always jobs in this department and it's not because they just have amazing patient ratios. Actually for many sections the ratios are brutal. You have to be in it because you are absolutely dedicated to transplant and you will put up with anything for it.
Amazing physicians, exposure to many speakers and research programs
Respiratory Care Practitioner III (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – March 25, 2017
Pros- make your own schedule, great experience in emergency/intensive adult patient care, awesome physicians & RNs that actually listen & depend on good RRTs, exercise @ work (average 5 miles per shift)
Cons- micromanagement & slim staff at night with heavy workload most of the time, hard to switch from nights to days & from flex to full-time due to poor communication between managers
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – January 11, 2017
This was a good place to work which was a lot to learn at this place of employment and working hands on as well with other co workers. The knowledge of learning the different systems and new technology to better work.
One of the best hospital's to work for, proven worldwide.
Corporate Office/Transaction Management (Current Employee) – Houston, Texas (Medical Center – October 6, 2014
Methodist Hospital System is indeed one of the best hospital's to work for, it has been proven and rated worldwide. I am currently employed here and wish to explore more of within the corporate heathcare rather it be with Methodist and/or other healhcare industries. My work ethics are proven and above expectations and goals that are set forth which are often met while assisting other's to exceed there goals. I work as a team and a true team player looking to always assist where needed. I continue to educate myself within the job structure that is set forth before me and willing to continue to grow and maintain any other opportunities within the industry or outside the industry. Management is supportive and sometimes challenging when making decisions to provide changes and structure in dividing workload and exceeding daily goals. I enjoy the work challenge that is set forth daily and any new developments to assist in exceeding in the coding/billing enviornment that I am currently positioned in.
The ability to attend conferences, seminars to help further educate within the coding/billing field.
Long work hours are sometimes required/requested to exceed goals that are approaching deadlines.
Highly qualified and motivated healthcare professional with a well rounded background seeking a healthcare position bringing 17+ years of related experience and skills. Held various positions within the healthcare industry including: physician practice management, patient scheduling and registration, insurance verification, and referral and precertification procedures.
Team work, very helpful & resourceful co workers,everyday @ Methodist is a learning experience, the hardest part of the job is when we are short s\taffed and we still need to satisfy patients & do excellent works.
A typical day work is very busy, I learn how to commmunicate effectively and form good teamwork. The hardest part of my job is staying organized , plenty of tasks comes up just have to stay focus and calm. The most enjoyable part of the job was having it coexist with my school schedule.
Payment Review Specialist I (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – March 18, 2013
My typical day usually starts around 7 or 8 am, reviewing accounts that paid, denied, requested additional information or additional research for insurance payers BCBS, Cigna & United Healthcare. I work the high dollars accounts first, initiate the necessary action to get the account paid which sometime entails re-verifying insurance information that may have denied for no coverage. There are 3 other team member that also handle these payers. I work well with peers, management and other external departments.
IT Project Manager (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – March 18, 2013
I found the culture at TMHS to be respectful and comforting. Management and Leadership were always concerned on how you enjoyed your work and efforts for advancement. There are politics, but just like any organization. Overall, I found it to be a great company to work for and grow with.
TMH located in the TMC is a magnet hospital. The unit where I worked was an extremely busy high acute floor where resident physicians and physicians on training from Baylor College of medicine practice. Primary care nursing is very challenging at TMH and the professional education I earned was remarkable. The hardest part of the job was that the responsibilities can be so overwhelmingly tedious with countless duties to do in a 12 hr shift's time.
annual bonus contigent on patient satisfaction surveys
less supportive, non-constructive harsh criticisms from the unit manager.
Unit Secretary/Monitor Tech (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – April 25, 2012
Patient and their families travel far and near to visit the Methodist Hospital. Whether it is for a short period of time or long period of time, they have given the Methodist Hospital a chance to serve them, from the time the they walk threw the door and from the time they leave. Transcribing orders was a challenge but a joy to do. In doing so, I was able to move into a different area of work. There was always team work in the work place. When I was not sure about something my co-worker was there to help me out. Understandig the telementry monitors was the hardest of my job. That is, looking a multiple telemetry at one time was confusing. Overall, I enjoyed working at the Methodist Hospital, knowing I had a job to go to every day was a joy to me.
great benefits, busline, great people to work with.