Information Technology Internship (Former Employee) – Addison, TX – January 31, 2018
Fairly good internship program. Can lack structure based on what department you are working in (which isn't necessarily a bad thing). The culture here is relaxed and not competitive, although it can be fast-paced.
IT Specialist (Former Employee) – Addison, TX – October 25, 2017
Some of the people who work in management are biased. If you are not in the "In crowd" you will be treated like a second class citizen and they will find a way to replace you. Not a good long term place to work
Division for which I worked was closed down. Too many factors from both without and within led to our demise, but I have to give credit where credit is due. My supervisor was kind, patient and helped me learn about miltiple facets of medical billing where needed. As far as a previous team lead there's always karma.
Most of the "worker bees" felt a great kinsmanship and affinity
Upper management was short sighted and permitted smoke to be blown up their nethers
very busy, learned about contracts, upper management didn't support changes needed, overly stressful, hardest part making changes and having the Directors support the changes. enjoyed learning about contracts,
My day at work started with the preparation for my case load, I generally scrubed on hip arthroscopies, which normally took a minimal of four hours per procedure. We was a small team,because the surgeon was very hard to work with, which meant we very rarely got relieved for breaks or lunch,i would train the new technicians, the sad part about it was that after i trained them they would get to advance to the next level and i would be left doing the same job. i felt i was grossly underpaid for my time and experience in the profession. i wasn't able to advance in my career. After having a cervical diskectomy with fusion i decided it was time to remove myself from that environment due to physical restraints. Which lead me to pursue a degree in healthcare administration in an attempt to futher my passion in the field of healthcare. i started working in healthcare in 1978, and began working in the operating room as a surgical technologist in 1981.
My typical day at work: Come every day and don't miss any days. I learned Software and website. Management ; Great My coworkers; great staff My Hardest part of the job: I really don't have one. I enjoy my job great staff and team player.
I worked in several departments over the seven and half years I was employed and I enjoyed each of them. There were very busy days and the staff was wonderful. The nurses were pleasant and most of the rest of the departments. Management in the business office was mediocre. Overall, I loved my co-workers and still stay in touch with a few.
great benefits, demanding work load and schedule at times
Corporate (Current Employee) – Corporate – July 8, 2015
Great company overall - crazy schedules at times depending on your job title and duties, but I feel this is to be expected to some degree no matter what company you work for the higher up the ladder you climb.
Manager (Current Employee) – Addison, TX – March 23, 2014
With recent patient accounting system transitions, the last year has been tumultuous, accompanied by multiple changes in management and employees. Very little room for growth and advancement within the corporate realm; typical work day consisted of working as a liaison between the facilities we serviced and the departments we managed internally. The hardest part of my job were procedural inconsistencies and lack of accountability across departments.