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151 questions about working at Amedisys
Give case managers reasonable patient loads.
Answered October 23, 2017
You don't want to work here. Upper management is some of the worst I've ever come across. Work until you drop seems to be the philosophy. Amedisys doesn't care about patients; they care about numbers of patients and money.
Answered July 5, 2016
For a billion dollar company, you'd think the insurance would be better. But it's HORRENDOUSLY expensive, and doesn't cover much of anything. You have the out of pocket cost up front from your paycheck, then you still pay for medical care, because the insurance doesn't pay.
Answered July 5, 2016
Salaried working 55-60 hour week.
Answered June 21, 2016
Pays better than the hospital.
Answered December 8, 2019
Terrible! I answered the ad for an office manager since I have many years of experience. I had a short interview over the phone and they also scheduled me for an interview with the Columbia SC District Director of Operations. Right after the initial phone interview, they asked me for references and they wrote to them before I had a face to face interview with the district director. Even the third party vendor they use for references, says that it is not fair to check references until they have selected the final one or two candidates. So they are really bothering executives from serious companies to check on you before anything happens. And I won't even go to the district operations manager interview, who did not look into my eyes one single time. He even asked me where I was from - don't they know they have to stay away from questions related to home countries? He was probably shocked at my age, being an older worker... During the interview, he mentioned nobody stays very long there, and he kept making gestures suggesting why I would want to work there... Maybe this company should look into this manager's social media to see how unprofessional he is. Don't waste your time here, totally unprofessional and they pay nothing. My last email from them was thank you for applying and we are considering other candidates that align more with the position. Bunch of lies!
Answered July 15, 2016
Horrible management.. keep on taking referrals with no staff to cover.. expected to see up to 10 pt a day for RN and drive 100 miles is common . Unrealistic expectations.. do not trust DOO ! She sets nurses up to fail ! She would never get out and do what she expects nurses to do!
Answered April 7, 2018
1. Put a nurse to patient / visit ratio in place. Stop or slow admissions, when there is not enough staff to meet the needs of the current patients. 2. Be way less corporate. Staff could be more productive if not having to constantly answer for the same unavoidable issues. 3. Find a way to pay professional staff for hours spent documenting in the evenings especially if being expected to see double production each day.
Answered May 11, 2017
Very, as long as you dont expect a family life after working hours.
Answered March 18, 2020
Long hours with unrealistic expectations from management about seeing patients in a timely manner while providing proper care.
Answered March 18, 2020
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