CCP (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – August 18, 2016
Worked there over 13 years. Flexible schedule so I could attend college.Hands on with the latest medical technology. Caring patient centered staff with ongoing education and training. Watching someone die and not being able to prevent it. Never went home from work wondering if I was doing something worthwhile.
Patient Biller III (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – May 5, 2016
This office is not an optimal environment. Department goals are not met by the majority of staff. Long time staff do not welcome change or new employees that meet the standards, this created an uncomfortable work environment. UCSD Human resources does not assist in resolution and does not back up the UCSD harassment policy.
I loved working there.However for a new position never was given a chance or reason to review a mistake I made and released me from probation period.
Insurance Authorization Coordinator (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – March 2, 2016
The director of PAS at the time did her best to have myself and the 4 of us on the team come from Temp agencies to full-time. I know I must have made a mistake and some how was not warned of what I was suppose to correct. I was released from probation early and since than have tried to get back in to UCSD. Still trying....
Breaks were given even a little bit more. Always potlucks, everyone celebrates birthdays and no one is left out.
Good teamwork among employees and good working environment.
Clinical Lab Scientist Specialist (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – July 19, 2015
UCSD Health System offers great benefits to its employees which is one of the reasons why most UCSD employees have long years of service. Hospital health care workers at UCSD have good working relationships and they are focused with their assigned responsibilities. Giving the best care to our patients is always of utmost importance.
Hospital Assistant II (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – May 27, 2015
UCSD is a great place to work. With any growing compnay, there have been moments of stress. With great leadership and a positive attitude, the challenges are daily and varied and leave me satisfied, I have learned a lot working at UCSD and I see a lot of potential growth in the future,
Lots of career opportunities, fun, activities, and fast growing
Growing fast leaves the organization struggling to keep up with the demands of the business
Just being able to help people and give back makes me happy every day
HOSPITAL VOLUNTEER (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – April 17, 2015
I love working with patients, co-workers, management and the PUBLIC here at UCSD... ITS A GREAT PLACE TO WORK FOR.A typical day starts with saying good morning to my patients, then it's running labs, picking up or delivering equipment as needed and when I'm not busy I go down to the lobby I greet and help people find there way to where ever they need to go...
Financial Coordinator (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – October 17, 2014
UCSD was a great place for employment, they empower the employees and provide the necessary tools to succeed. I move into several positions while employed by UCSD. Please note some of my accomplishments:
• Extremely well rounded career history in hospital, medical billing and financial services, over 25 years’ experience. • Extensive knowledge of contracted healthcare carriers. • Full understanding of the operations and functions of patient financial services. • Recovered an additional 1.7 million in revenue from Tri-care as a result of the Children’s Hospital differential. • Recovered additional Tri-care revenue after uncovering incorrectly loaded DRG weights by the Tri-care intermediary. • Recovered $875,000.00 in untimely claims denials. • Was nominated for employee of the year award UCSD Moore’s Cancer Center - see link http://cancer.ucsd.edu/aboutus/news/archive/archive2.asp?articleID=221 • Complete knowledge of Microsoft Office, Excel, Word, Outlook, Access, Power point • UCSD Medical Center – Recovered 1.2 million in non-payable organ acquisition charges going back 5 yrs. for BMT and Solid Transplants.
Mental Health Worker (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – July 27, 2014
Typical work day was busy but fun. How to utilize team members for support on stressful days. Management was concerned with the welfare of co-workers. Challenging population. Seeing the patients improve over time.