Developer (Former Employee), Richmond, VA – March 31, 2014
This application drives to upgrade the underlying processes and systems to provide a more scalable and automated platform so that the business can expand. Primary goal of the new system will be a portfolio level analysis and report generation. The reports will address the Capital Management Plan (CMP), Risk Management (RM), Liquidity and Collateral – more... Management reporting needs. – less
utilization Management (Former Employee), Newbury park, CA – March 30, 2014
Pros: company provides excellent benefits and above average pay.
Cons: management sucks. does not promote continued education or professional growth with the company!
Depending on your individual Manager, the Management is horrible! They do not promote continued education or personal growth within the company. After almost 15 years with the company, I was Laid Off due to Outsourcing Overseas only to find out they brought the jobs back but hired all new people!!!!! HATE ANTHEM!!!!!!
They raise the premiums and reduce – more... what is covered under the plans. Not only that they reduce the reimbursment rates for the Providers!!! So, now they are barely getting paid for their services rendered! – less
Medical Coder (Current Employee), Las Vegas, NV – March 27, 2014
Pros: free lunches at least 2 -3 times a week
Cons: short breaks and lunches
I am an E/M Coder for CareMore Nevada right now, which is a company under WELLPOINT Inc. Unfortunately our billing department will be outsourced at the end of April 2013. I am happy working here; however, everyone in my department will be laid-off. I have learned in depth E/M Coding here at CareMore. The people I work with are very friendly and helpful. – more... I enjoy coming to work everyday because I love the people I work with and at the same time I find my job challenging and fulfilling.. – less
Agency Service Representative (Current Employee), Denver, CO – March 25, 2014
A typical day is spent answering emails for customer service. I have learned many things about the health insurance world. Unfortunately, management does not work closely with employees. Coworkers come from all walks of life, differing ages and locations. Hardest part of the job is the lack of variety with tasks. Most enjoyable part of the job is flexibility – more... with scheduling. – less
Technical Project Manager (Former Employee), Phoenix , AZ – March 22, 2014
Pros: working at home
Cons: working at home
This was a difficult company to feel apart of. As a virtual employee they made little effort to include offsite employees. This is a company of great prestige so I hope that it was only the culture of that particular site.
Claims Examiner (Former Employee), Middletown, NY – March 14, 2014
Cons: moral, atmosphere, pay, job, manager, etc
This was a horrible experience. They didn't give enough training then put me in a really hard group. They also gave me the hardest auditor. We were not allowed to talk ..so how could you ask questions??
Fast Paced environment with oppertunity for the right individual.
Customer Service Rep III (Former Employee), Denver, CO – March 2, 2014
Pros: great company perks and benefits
Cons: growth oppertunity only to a point
Working at WellPoint was a great learning opportunity. WellPoint is a great company to work for and offers a fantastic benefits package available to all full time employees almost on the date of hire. The calls a extremely fast paced in most departments which is great as it makes the day go by faster, however, a person can and does get burnt out easy – more... when there is nothing else to do. Most of the managers are fair as long as you do what is expected of you. The hardest part of the job is that if you do not have the right connections within the company or the right words to say, you will not make it out of customer service to a more professional position, regardless of your skills. You can be the best CSR in the company but if you don't say the right things, you will always be just a CSR. It takes a certain finesse to be able to advance. – less