Training Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Anderson, IN – July 7, 2016
A typical day at Harvest Supermarket would be coming in at seven in the morning and signing onto my drawer and printing all the reports off from the night before. Then gathering several different numbers together to figure what we may be over or short for that whole day before and/or coming out all zeros which is a good thing. I then proceed to type in all numbers in the computer and fax paperwork to the main office. I then make sure everything is filed correctly and get things ready for that day. Then I proceed to take care of customers the rest of the day until shift change. My prospective on the management would be that they were stern but really great with their employees. My co-workers included drama in their lives but I never let that get to me in anyway. I enjoyed working with them when there was no other trouble brewing in the workplace. The hardest part of the job I would say was when drama over powered the workplace to the point where it was very stressful to work there. But I would say that most enjoyable part was doing paperwork in a timely manner and making sure all money was taken care of properly.
Great place to work, does not apply advancement unless your friends with the boss.
Front Desk Receptionist/Chart prep (Current Employee) – Kalispell, MT – September 4, 2015
Unless your friends with the boss you do not get advancement through this company. It's the good ol girl system since I am one of two males that have ever worked here and they do not make it professional at all, although the benefits are great and starting pay is ok as well.
CMA (Current Employee) – Edina, MN – December 29, 2015
Very fast paced environment I have learned a lot about prostate cancer. Management could be a slight better Co-workers are just people that you spend more time with that your family. The hardest part of my job is the very busy day in clinic The most enjoyable part of my day is when my desk is cleared and my phone calls are returned at the end of the day.
Lunch is paid for which means you dont have to worry about bringing or buying a lunch.
Breaks are paid for so you can not leave without clocking out
Receptionist, Scheduling Appointments (Current Employee) – Waukesha, WI – November 9, 2015
Typical day at work - Schedule patient appointments, register patient information, verify insurance coverage and collecting co-pays/billing. Work hand in hand with the Medical Assistants/Doctors to fulfill patient’s needs. Enjoy the team setting and helping co-workers and management to fulfill our quarterly/yearly goals. I'm very easy going, hardworking person that works well with others. I like my position but looking for more personal growth and something closer to home in Oak Creek.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – June 30, 2016
Working at urology associates was very pleasant. The staff worked well together and the physicians provided lunch everyday for their employees. This was much appreciated as they were a very busy office with six doctors. The days were long but the physicians were pleasant to work for which made it easy to work on a day to day basis.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Murray, KY – June 13, 2016
I enjoyed working at Urology associates. We took good care of the patients and the staff were good to work with. We had the opportunity to travel with this job and see places that one might not with other jobs.
Medical Records Scanner/Claim Analyst (Former Employee) – Nashville, TN – September 21, 2015
Friendly employers to work for with great co workers. Management was great to have and very understanding. my typical day at work was as follows Read source documents such as medical records, doctor’s case notes and enters data in specific data fields Analyze claims for overpayment credits Issue Insurance Refunds Compile, sort and verify the accuracy of data before it is entered. Store completed documents in appropriate locations. Maintain logs of activities and completed work Select materials needed to complete work assignments.
Certified Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – MD – December 11, 2015
The Physician was willing to teach me what I did not already know. He was serious but also fun. It was very nice to work for him. It was a fairly small office so we all got along pretty good. I enjoyed assisting on procedures.
Medical Transcriptionist (Former Employee) – Hot Springs, AR – November 13, 2015
It was a good learning experience they gave me my transcription foundation while in college. The workers were good at working together to get the clients taken care of. The physicians and nurses were very compassionate with the patients.
Central Md (Current Employee) – Columbia, Maryland – March 17, 2015
I enjoy the job and the people I work with on a daily basis. Management needs to improve and the office as a whole needs to hold monthly meetings. I enjoying speaking with the patients and meeting their needs.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Murray, KY – September 12, 2015
Working at Urology Associates was enjoyable. I was trained to assist the urologist with urological procedures done in the office. My co-workers and I had good working relationships, and we also became good friends. A typical day at the office was seeing patients, and assisting with cystoscopies, prostate biopsies, and/or doing urodynamics.
good atmosphere to work, benefits are not are not great.
back office medical assistatn (Current Employee) – austell, ga – January 24, 2012
I've worked with this company for almost five years and my experience overall has not been a bad one. There's just not any room for growth and the benefits offered are not the best. We receive no raises to help off set the increased medical premiums.
close to home
expensive health benefits, no room for growth or advancement
Front Office Associate (Former Employee) – Anderson, IN – September 4, 2013
I prepared charts and checked patients in with a smile. I learned how time management skills and how to multi-task efficiently by entering billing information into the computer while answering the phone and taking co-payments. This was a very small office with a high turn over rate. During my time of employment, my 3 co-workers and I ran the office like a fine tuned machine. We went above and beyond to help each other complete tasks. We had great communication skills and worked hard for the patients and the doctor who was there at the time. Management was based outside of the office, making it nearly impossible to report our concerns and needs for the office. Management only gave negative feedback to employees without instruction or training for correction. Although I learned positive job skills during my time here, this was by far the hardest workplace environment I have been in.
fantastic co workers
negative and stressful work environment, poor management
On a typical day at work I manage front desk operations. Answer phones, patient interaction any faxes. I obtain any authorizations that are needed for procedures and or medicines. I assist the Doctor in office procedures. Schedule appointments and procedures. The most enjoyable part of the day is knowing that you have helped someone that needs your support.