Regional Pharmacy Operations Supervisor (Former Employee) – Chantilly, VA – February 24, 2017
It is a very busy atmosphere. Taking care of 100+ patients per day with a range of core therapy needs. Learned a great deal about managing a large group of individuals to work as a team. The workplace culture was very fast but also very uninhibited and communicative. The hardest part of the job was being able to manage the patient workload and the paperwork necessary to comply with the pharmacy. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with a staff that was committed to patient care.
it has its good days and its bad. i just hate the lack of career advancement and the people who work here are BIG on complaints it can be frustrating after awhile if your the type of person who just wants to go to work and do your job.
Constant growth, change, and upward momentum. Working for this company has helped develop my professional business skills as well as my personal life skills because of the constant challenge to raise the bar and strive for better systems/services.
Fantastic potential for growth but staffing restrictions and labor constraints impeded overall success.
Intake Coordinator (Current Employee) – New England – November 11, 2018
Local management was lazy and not in line with vision and mission of high level leadership.
Value and achievement had to be felt personally by knowing you have helped the patients and their families. It will not be recognized by the company no matter how remarkable and exceptional your performance.
Intake Specialist (Current Employee) – Somers Point, NJ – November 5, 2018
BioScrip is not the greatest company to work for. It integrated with Home Solutions and once we made the switch it just was not the same. Work ethic is great, management is ok, but there is no room for career advancement unless you are a pharmacist or RN.
Learned about pharmacy claims processing. The company got rid of our department.
Ensure all documentation is needed for billing prior to claim submissions. Call providers to confirm insurance verification has been received and confirmed upon request in a timely manner. Advise provider of copays, coinsurance, and any out of pocket expenses, also inform providers of financial assistance programs available. Prioritize all incoming prescription request and process according to appointment date or medical necessity.
Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Lexington, KY – October 23, 2018
The worst place I have ever worked at. If you like management who talks about you as soon as you turn around, and working like a dog this is a great choice for you. As a pharmacy technician I wouldn’t recommend this place to my worst enemy. You’ll work yourself to death and hate your life.
Free lunches sometimes
Understaffed, busy, terrible pharmacy management, drama
Clinical Pharmacist, Infusion (Current Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – October 23, 2018
Administration is out of touch with operations and allows outside influences to drive the business. Focus is on numbers, not people. A typical work day starts with huddle and review of potential clients and how many we secured. Then each department shifts their focus to their specific focus. No work life balance exist.
long hours, not enough staff, low salary
long hours, not enough staff, low salary, poor leadership practices
Authorization Specialist (Former Employee) – New Jersey – October 7, 2018
A typical work day is 8am to 5pm Mon- Fri. Management changes directives daily sometimes hourly. Management does not like taking accountability for incorrect information they provide and constantly look for ways to place the blame. Training is horrible too much changing info and everyone works differently nothing is cohesive.
Purchasing Coordinator and Project Manager (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – September 24, 2018
Teams were small and overworked. Priorities changed frequently which made my job challenging. Management did not communicate well. I fine-tuned my data analysis tasks. Management approved my taking additional Excel classes. However my work load was too high for me to fit added training in. Hours in office and at home averaged 50-55 hrs per week. Company did not promote from within. Management was top heavy. There was serious turn over within company.
monthly party to celebrate new hires, anniversaries and special events.
constant turn over. Did not match 401K. Performance reviews were infrequent.
Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee) – Virginia – August 26, 2018
It was something but due to management not having management skills many very talented people left. No 401k match and now growth with the company. But they want you to collect estimated drug copayment from customers who have nothing but our word to go by not a bill.
Office atmosphere, co workers, and free food sometimes
Great Place to work but job security is questionable.
WorkerBee (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – August 8, 2018
The place to work. Managers are great. I nice group of people. Seems to layoff a great deal and without notice. You should keep your resume updated. Upper management are cut-throat and do not seem to care about hourly workers.
Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Lexington, KY – July 30, 2018
You will see postings from this company frequently but just ignore them. They work you like a dog and you will receive no credit for anything you do. If anything it’s constant ridicule for the most minor things. There are a lot of slackers who want to do the bare minimum and just put the rest off until the next day. Leaving everyone else to clean up the massive workload. If this review wasn’t enough to make you run keep in mind there haven’t been any raises for the staff for over 3 years! They recently announced that there wouldn’t be any raises for 2018....
The people on top seem to be doing well. No expense is ever spared for them.
I am glad I got out when I did because the company is just getting worse.
Clinical Liaison (Former Employee) – MS – July 29, 2018
Bioscrip only cares about referrals. The clinical liaison position is not family friendly. They will make this job seem glorious when they are recruiting you, but don’t fall for it! Your job description will be one thing, however, when you start more things will be piled onto your plate. You will only get bare minimum training before you’re thrown out there.
Doctor Call Technician (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – July 26, 2018
Worked there for short amount of time, about 9 months - company sold. Hours of operation for my team about 9-5; however, could work later due to the fact we service CA too. Actually was flexible as i was able to schedule some classes and still work my 40+. In the end, was able to work and hours and amount of hours I wanted to get the job done before the sale.