Insurance Verifier (Former Employee), Miami, Fl – September 22, 2014
Pros: free lunches
Cons: short breaks
Insurance Verification requires to get authorizations and referrals from physicians and insurance companies.
Obtaining authorizations and requesting required knowledge of Diagnostic Codes and CPT/ICD 9 along with the IDXV/HPA systems. The hardest part of the job was obtaining the authorizations but it was manageable in a timely manner. The work was – more... extremely enjoyable because helping patients/customers are key to the business success of their revenue cycle. – less
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Miami, FL – August 20, 2014
I learned the importance of patient confidentiality. This was my first job after migrating from Jamaica. I was able to interact with wide cross section of professional, doctors, students and the US Army. I had a wonderful and well valuable experience working in the Trauma Center.
The job gave me the opportunity to learn how to manage a Registration Office and how to perform my job with a high standard of excellence. Offer to the public an excellent customer service, in order to promote the Institution.
Professor Assistant (Current Employee), Coral Gables, FL – July 15, 2014
A typical day at work There is always something that needs to be completed for different research projects, but for the most part I do displacement volumes of Plankton samples.
What I learned I have a much better grasp on typical laboratory work in a research setting.
Management I work without supervision on most days. The management is great when – more... I do interact with them.
The hardest part of the job Because I have no supervision on most days I am responsible for documenting my own hours, setting my own work schedule and pace, and keeping myself accountable for my quality of work. – less