Provider Service Representative (Current Employee) – Richardson, TX – April 24, 2014
A typical work day is very busy. The calls come back to back. Training is very thorough. I have learned so much about claims and benefits. The management is very caring and willing to help when ever needed. The hardest part of the job is not being able to help each person you come in contact with on the phone.
Short lunch, mandatory breaks, pay not the best, benefits not the best
I worked at United Health Care for 2 years as an contractor and was passed up for a permanent placement to someone's son who worked for the company, Worked over 2 years without being considered for any permanent role. I left the company after my 2nd year for a better opportunity under a different recruiter.
laid back environment with no micro managing
it's not even close to what the job would be according to the job description