Productive workplace with fun team oriented environment. Lots of social events put on by the company that let you meet and interact with coworkers in a social setting, making the office a more enjoyable work space.
Nurse Practitioner (Former Employee) – Kentucky – July 25, 2018
Where do I start! Was told they'd keep me close to home, but...that was a lie. Then promised that they'd get me closer to home, every month, and... that was a lie. I would get to the hotel and it wouldn't be paid for, so I'd have to put the money up until they paid it. They would put me in the wrong area, where I was driving 1-2 hours to my appointments from my hotel, because, evidently, the right hand doesn't know what the left hand is doing, and I didn't know any better because I was new to the state. The scheduling is horrible. You do not find out what your schedule is until the day before, no matter what, and they are supposed to give you 15 minutes to travel between patients, but sometimes the travel time is 30-60 minutes, then you will come right back to the house right next door to where you just were! This does NOT set you up for success and you end up having to cancel, which truly only affects you, because if you don't see the patient, you don't get paid. When I complained about it, they told me that I was expected to call all my patients the night before and reschedule so that they would be in driving order.... This worked much better, IF the patient would reschedule/answer their phone. Not to mention it added at least 2-3 hours, at least, to my already long, frustrating day, to try to map everything out and call everyone. And that's if the address was even correct! If the patient's address wouldn't come up on GPS, they weren't allowed to use it, so they would put a different address, which was NOT helpful! Also, they had me in backwoods places where GPS (whichmore... they wouldn't pay for in the rental car) and my phone (which I was expected to use to call patients to tell them I was on my way) didn't have a signal, so I drove around lost half the time. And let's talk about Physician Services. They were awful. Evidently, they were supposed to be giving me a 'play by play' on how to get to a place I couldn't find. That NEVER happened AND they were rude, like it was my fault the address was incorrect! So, all in all, I really wasn't making very good money, all things considered, and it was by far the most frustrating job i've ever had. BEWARE!less
Great place if you want the flexibility to work whenever you want
Physician Evaluator (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – May 24, 2018
Censeo is a great company that lets you set how much time you want to work. The travel is local commuting to patient's houses and each evaluation only takes 30 minutes or less. Compensation is good, contract for $100 per patient eval.
The job itself is mostly sitting at a cubicle making phone calls all day to elderly members of health plans with the hopes of scheduling an in home doctor visit on behalf of their insurance provider. The turnover for employees is very high since they do not require any type of education to get hired. If you are willing to work extra overtime and not take any breaks then you can move up in tiers to get more money. However, there is a lot of favoritism within the department towards certain managers and coordinators that are friends outside of work. Also there is little to no growth opportunity if you are not one of these "favorites." The job becomes tedious and management puts unnecessary stress on the scheduling coordinators in hopes of increasing their production. Overall, the job is decent pay with the opportunity to make even more if you are willing to sit at a desk and make phone calls all day to unwilling health plan participants.