You have to average 55 accounts per day. This will include sending out medical record , appeals and phone calls. They do have training material for you please read all. If you can't do 55 away please don't apply.
Senior Research Assistant (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – September 4, 2018
A Day at BCM is stressful depending on your lab, you can learn a lot from your Lab but be ready to be subject to penny pinching. Management is indifferent about staff, workplace culture is aggressive, they favor keeping lab cost down on staff by capping pay and favoring visa personal. The best part of the job is taking your sick pay to rest since the stress contributes to poor health. Overall this place is a training hub for quick exposure and keep your feet moving.
Baylor is a nice stepping stone because the name is known worldwide. Sadly, the company is a business and education hybrid, which causes weak management and poor salaries. I hope this will change in the future.
Baylor College of Medicine is a fun place to work in. I work in a research facility and learned a lot of things that i know enhanced my skills.Baylor provides employees with necessary training to better serve their patients
Enjoyed the 13 years of working at Baylor College Of Medicine
Receptionist I, Opthalmology Division (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – August 20, 2018
Typical days were very busy,I learned to be productive in a fast pace environment,Management was very professional and very hands on,the workplace culture was pleasant,I cannot recall a hardest part of the job because there was a lot enjoyment to work there, the most enjoyable part of the job was working with caring people.
Administrative Support Coordinator, I (Former Employee) – Houston, TX 77030 – August 17, 2018
Wouldn't have left if I hadn't been getting married. Great place to work and great place to learn and grow. The pay isn't great for the cost of living in the area but its an educational institution so that was expected. Management was good and helpful in my department.
Very demanding job that requires a lot of thinking. At times it seemed a bit haphazard but that comes with any research project. The lead research investigator was a very kind person after many of us were told we would be laid off he came around to speak to each of us about our future options. Very genuine person who showed concern for his employees.
Instructor (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – July 24, 2018
Balyor College of Medicine provides a high impact fast-paced research environment with outstanding core facilities to support biomedical research. The facilities are state-of-the art and the expertise is excellent.