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University of Kansas Physicians United States Employee Reviews

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Excellent pay & learning; get to work with some of the best Physicians!
RN Float-Internal Medicine (Former Employee), Kansas City, KSJuly 2, 2014
Pros: excellent pay & learning opportunities
Cons: parking
Excellent pay and large learning hospital atmosphere! Moral good! Excellent opportunities for LPN's(I am an RN) Drawbacks: parking, parking, parking! Takes 1/2-3/4 hour to get to & out of parking lot which is a good distance from hospital. Have to pay for monthly parking permit : / Parking much better for nightshift. Lots of opportunity to expand your career, and of course lots of learning opportunities. Management was efficient and strict, so staff was well disciplined, showed up for work and did their jobs. Good place to work!
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Amazing co-workers, but hard to make change happen
Program Director, Cray Diabetes Center (Former Employee), Kansas City, KSJune 23, 2014
Pros: many learning opportunities at academic medical center, cutting edge medicine
Cons: large organization, slow to make big changes
Many passionate healthcare providers work at KU -- a great place to learn and to make a difference in patient lives. Different clinics are widely different, so it's difficult to give a review of the entire UKP organization.
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People there were good people to work with
CODER (Former Employee), KANSAS CITY, KANSASAugust 16, 2012
Appealing denials from insurance companies, reviewing charge sheets from Dr. to make sure charges were correct and that doctor did not over look any charges. Entering charges in the computer and balancing. Billing out workcomp claims by attaching medical records to them.