Medical Records Technician III (Former Employee), Galveston, TX – April 8, 2014
Experienced massive amounts of medical documentation being stored and retrieved on a day to day basis. The massive amounts of medical documentation being stored and retrieved was coordinated by team leads and myself the project manager. It was definitely a learning experience in multitasking.
Sr. Medical Coder (Current Employee), Galveston Texas – March 6, 2014
Pros: outpatient coding
Cons: inpatient minimum
I've been in the Healthcare industry for 17 years. I have an Associates Degree in Healthcare Administration. I enjoyed working with the public and started off as an ophthalmology assistant, lab tech, and eye wear specialist. I ventured out and began working for the hospital as a Healthcare representative; Verifying insurance, telephone triage, collecting – more... payments, pre-registering & discharging patients. My career took a turn and landed me on the medical billing and insurance side. I've been a licensed medical coder for 10 years and enjoy working behind the scene. I'm a responsible and dedicated employee /person. I enjoy a smooth workflow and very organized. I'm an exciting team player and very comfortable speaking among a group of people. – less
Clinical Research Fellow (Current Employee), Galveston, TX – February 24, 2014
I am always the first to arrive to the office and I like that. I organize the place if it requires, because I love to work in a cleaned and organized environment; then I am ready to start to work. I never get mad, I always try to see the good side of things and people. I am friendly after some time, but the first phase when I met new people is not easy – more... for me, because I am a shy person. I would describe myself as a happy and easy adaptable. I enjoy to do research, although at the beginning I though it would be easier. The hardest part is when you spend a lot of time working on a project and the results are not what you were expecting. It is a big satisfaction to see how your work can contribute to big projects. I am looking for a new job because the study in which I am working now is close to the end date. – less
Research Associate-I (Current Employee), Galveston, TX – February 19, 2014
It's a nice place to work. Excellent location, nice infrastructure. The management is very slow. There is practically no job advancement. The benefits packages are good, and we get plenty of paid leaves and holidays.
Culture of trust is not practice in the dept. New Senior Manager is micro managing the dept.Work and Personal and Family life are inbalance.
Financial Analyst I (Current Employee), Galveston, Texas – October 24, 2013
Pros: great benefits e.g retirement; medical etc.
Cons: poor management. no promotion from within.
I used to love working on this company because of great benefits. I have agreat TEAM when I was at Finance-Payroll Processing. Cross training was great; but everything changed when I transferred to Finance- payroll-Tax and Reporting. I didn't get any support and/or training from the TEAM member and also supervisor and Manager is playing favoritism. – more... Respect and professionalism is absetn from the dept. And matter got worst when a new Senior Manager came on board with no/and or little knowledge about the whole Payroll Tax and Reporting process. Trying to micro-manage the whole dept.Very meticulous on everything. – less
Clerk II (Former Employee), Galveston, TX – September 11, 2013
A typical day involved retrieving and submitting necessary reports needed for daily activity. Inputting charges created by coders, answer phone line, greet visitors to the department and other office duties as needed. The management was awesome, my co-workers were awesome as well. The hardest part of the job was just trying to complete all the necessary – more... work that was needed. And the most enjoyable part of the job was that I enjoyed working there with such great people. – less
Too small of an island for me. Lot's of small town thinking makes daily life in the clinic difficult for little to no reason. Some very nice people work there with a few terribly rotten apples stinking the place up.Pt's with lots and lots of follow up visits for no reason. Pt's are the best part of the day.
Patient Service Specialist (Former Employee), Galveston, TX – August 15, 2013
• Strategically planned methods to achieve operational goals and targets. • Verified patient demographics, insurance coverage, benefits, and authorization requirements for all services. Screened patients for financial responsibility and possible cash collections. • Determined potential reimbursement sources available to the patients and directed patients – more... towards financial assistance programs. Facilitation of referrals and prior authorizations. • Counselor liaison between patients, physicians, nurses and other healthcare professionals by providing accurate and reliable resources to accomplish patient's satisfaction and maximum reimbursements. • Demonstrated the ability to maintain Registration Quality Assurance (Q/A) expectations as defined by specific department areas as measured monthly and annually on performance reviews, scoring included any errors reported via internal or external sources not included in random Q/A processes. – less