Senior Recruitment Specialist (Current Employee), New York, NY – May 3, 2014
Overall, VNSNY was a great company to work for. Unfortunately, the organization lost money over the past year and had several rounds of reductions in staff. They continue their mission to provide quality healthcare to the surrounding communities. Hopefully, the financial situation will turn around in the next year and no additional staff reductions – more... will be required. – less
Public Health Nurse (Former Employee), New York, NY – May 2, 2014
Working as per diem staff, Benefits were optional. The Compensation was good and it depends on your work performance and ability. The staff members were very supportive. Job security as a per diem staff was always shaky, but the organization made room for us until they made organizational changes and was global. In this job I met a lot of people, it – more... was really cultural diversity and I liked it. – less
Utilization Review Manager (RN) (Current Employee), New York, NY – April 10, 2014
Pros: great benefit package
My job involves utilization reviews for hospital, SNF, and acute care rehab as well as DMEs and procedures. My job also consists of care coordination (case management)of our members in our insurance plan. I have learned a lot from this position, such as being able to better communicate with other diciplines on our team. Most enjoyable part of my job – more... is getting the work done and giving our members the care that they need. – less
Case Manager (Current Employee), Manhattan, NY – April 8, 2014
Pros: free lunch during meetings.
Cons: mandatory weekend work.
Work time has the flexibility. We are obliges to report to office at least 4 hours in a week. The rest of the work can be done at home or in field. I learned Medicare and Medicaid benefits. The middle managers are approachable and I can talk my problems be it personal or work. Co-workers support each other. Problems in the job are solve as a team.
Once had High standards and great with employee satisfaction but no more
Customer Relations Specialist (Current Employee), New York, NY – April 8, 2014
Pros: was great with benifits and home life balance
Cons: no longer showcommittment to patiens and employees
Apparently there were some bad guidance within the company for the company to lose millions of dollars and because of that they are no longer dedicated to their patients and their employees . massive lay off over and over and also now when patients call its like calling AT&T or Verizon or Apple no more personalize interaction with patients where the – more... person use to know the patients calling and attend to their needs. I am so scared for us as employees I know many of us are now job hunting before we also get that pink slip. I see many great and committed works got lay off in October and again this week. I am not sure in what directing Visiting Nurse Service of New York is going but a lot of us no longer want to be on this sinking ship – less
Great place to work with lots of opportunity for advancement.
Business Services Coordinator (Current Employee), New York, NY – March 31, 2014
Pros: great hours
My job is constantly fast paced where I have been able to hone my multitasking skills, while providing excellent service to both external and internal clients. I am learning to accept and make the best of my job in a profession that is constantly changing and growing. The management team as well as my co workers are hard working professionals whose – more... main goal is to provide the best service to our clients. The hardest part of the job is the constantly increasing workload while the most enjoyable part is positive feedback from satisfied clients. – less
I had a flexible schedule which worked well with my kids at the time because of there ages.
Registered Nurse/Case Manager (Former Employee), Webster, NY – March 25, 2014
Pros: m-f schedule 8-5, no weekends
Cons: becoming lax in skills that you would use in a hospital setting that are not required in home care
I worked mainly with the Long term care program, managing 40 patient's care in a home setting. In the past year with changes in insurances, typically medicaid, Long term care is being phased out because of the Medicaid's changed to Manged Long Term Care in Home health. During my 4 years I also provided Medication and diabetic management with patient's. – more... Various types of wound care. Assisted with the Cardiac teams patient's load as well the CHAA division of the agency. I provided assessment/ Recertification of patient's. I provided Start of Care visits as well as Resumption of Care visits. I was let go from VNS on 3/17, as I stated earlier my Team is being phased out. I feel because of my experience is primarily in home care, I feel it is best for me to obtain a med surgical entry level RN position to begin to broaden my experience as a RN – less
Physical Therapist Assistant (Current Employee), Queens, NY – February 15, 2014
Pros: provides ample growth possibilities
Cons: spend alot personal time completing documentation
Pretty good company to work for if your looking for long term relationship that doesn't have a high turnover of employees. Provides ample growth possibilities in the form of internal development and higher education development.
It is a good place to work. it provided me a work experience with manage long tern care.
Visiting Nurse Service of New York (Former Employee), New York, NY – January 30, 2014
A typical day at work consist of continuous assessment of all my case load/ patient coordinating their needs in the community as well as their health needs. Either on a field visit or in the office. Coordination with all the disciplines (MD, PT, SW) involve in the health care of my members. There is a good rapport with management and co-employees. The – more... hardest part is there is too much case load per individual, some duplication in the encoding of same data in another form, covering for a nurse who is sick / on vacation ,coordinating with the other programs within VNSNY. The most enjoyable part are my co employees are very helpful, supportive and caring, we get along well. – less
Comprehensive Care Manager (Former Employee), New York, NY – January 30, 2014
Pros: tuition reimbursement
no lunch breaks. high turn over. lack of leadership. no or little potential for advancement. you have to be at 5 places @ once. your day is spent chasing behind clients who does not want to be found. then you get penalized for not finding the clients. your case load is from 25-32. then you get a case every other day. you have to share a work station; – more... even though you have endless paperwork to do. that means if the person you share your computer with is in the office, you either wait until that person is done or ask someone to use their computer. filthy work space.