Payroll Specialist (Former Employee) – St. Louis Park, MN – October 25, 2018
Our team was great, worked well together. Good workload and not too overwhelming. The company is very conservative. Management was compensated very well, lower level staff were not fairly compensated and as a result turn over was high.
Not a good place if you want a career, you are a cog
Marketing Manager (Former Employee) – Saint Louis Park, MN – November 16, 2018
Your role in this organization is to agree with everything your manager says and say nothing more. It is a very men centric environment and the only women that advance are the ones that "know their place". There is little opportunity for advancement and a layered leadership that results in numerous meetings that achieve nothing.
work life balance
lack of advancement opportunity, poor leadership, sexist
Front Office Associate (Current Employee) – Wisconsin – October 25, 2018
CDI is by far one of the best jobs I've ever had. The local management is some of the best I've encountered. They are very "open door" policy, and family orientated. I've never been told "no" if I had to leave due to illness or emergency. The benefits are competitive, with 401k match & we receive bonuses. The only downfall is how little pull locally the management has as far as raises go. We should be compensated for what we are really worth, not a set amount that Corporate makes up.
Management is very "open door" policy, great benefits, fast paced.
Corportate level turns a blind eye to the excessive turn around of employees, PTO is accrued in small amounts every 2 weeks
Front Office Associate (Former Employee) – Chelmsford, MA – September 26, 2018
Upper management has the last say on every single change that is made and they have no idea about the day to day operation. Middle management lies to employees to get what they want and they are very good at it .NO raises period!!!! They give you quartley bonuses that are a joke. If you are unfortunate enough to work there make sure you keep your head down and your mouth shut. That is the ONLY way you will survive there.
Direct Manger in Chelmsford is totally awesome but she has not say about anything.
Contractor (Former Employee) – Saint Louis Park, MN – September 21, 2018
They are well organized, easy to work with. Would work for them again. Well paid for a contracted project. Flexible with what hours I worked. Training for the contract was sufficient to complete the project,
Account Representative (Former Employee) – East Amherst, NY – August 18, 2018
I was able to learn and focus on medical accounts receivable. This position helped to guide my preferred career path within this industry. I have taken a great deal of knowledge from accounts receivable
Very busy / fast paced working environment/great team and culture
Front Office Associate (Former Employee) – Fairfax, VA – August 6, 2018
CDI was a very nice place to work. Working for CDI enhanced my understanding of imaging devices such as MRI scans i.e., On a daily basis CDI experiences high volume via telephone lines as well as daily patient flow, multitasking can be considered a plus if applying to work here. When working at a different location sometimes the great thing about CDI was the companies policy reimburses for gas mileage.
great culture/team effort/ gas mileage reimbursement
Scheduling Specialist (Former Employee) – Greenfield, WI – August 5, 2018
I would not recommend this company for employment especially in the Milwaukee area market. Management is horrible, hours are horrible, no shift premium given. In the last 18 months they have lost 20 employees which speaks volumes. The current manager has no idea what the job entails. If you are someone who never has an opinion and likes to get walked on then this is the place for you. Some clinics you aren't allowed to speak with other employees during the day. There are no pay increases but they offer a bonus which after taxes is next to nothing. Worst employment decision I made. Don't make the same mistake! Management will find the littlest things wrong and put it on your personal record. If you forgot to make a note or anything, you get talked to and your employment record is marked. Don't have a sense of humor because that's considered having an attitude.
If you need an MRI, xray or other imaging, it's free. The only pro I can come up with
Poor management, poor corporate management, they don't listen to your concerns.
The pay is very low. Definitely below average. There are no continuing education opportunities, no promotional opportunities, no increase in benefits, no pay raises and they do not contribute to the 401k.
I loved my managers, the job was challenging and engaging, the benefits were decent and the hours were good. There seemed to be some instability in the structuring and they were shuffling things around when I chose to leave but the people were great and I liked my coworkers.
Lead Credit Balance Specialist (Former Employee) – Saint Louis Park, MN – April 24, 2018
Busy workplace, you have to be multi-tasked. I learned about the medical industry. My management was in New York so it was hard to set up meetings, etc. I very much enjoyed working with my co-workers and being personable with the clients.
Front Desk/Medical Biller/Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – North Miami, FL – April 6, 2018
..Management does not know how to manage. the manager tells you speak to the supervisor & the supervisor does nothing. there's no advancement and they make promises that they don't keep. everything that comes out of the managers mouth is a lie