I enjoyed working at Chamberlin Edmonds. The management team was great and very helpful. I moved and was given the opportunity to work from home, just so that I could stay with the company. I truly appreciated that help and all my experiences with this company. The only reason I don't still work for Chamberlin Edmonds is because I was stationed in Japan.
Fulfilling work. Very demanding hours in most locations
Assistant District Manager (Former Employee) – Longview, WA – June 17, 2017
The type of work that is done is very satisfying and the people you work with on a local basis are great. Depending on your upper management your workload is balances with life but if you have a poor upper management you can work 60 to 70 our weeks on a salary basis.
Health Care Representative (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – June 7, 2017
High stress.....manager was not helpful. Manager would make co-workers cry. Not a good place to work. This place would give you a breakdown...Lunch breaks were timed. If you go over your lunch time you were written up.
the job was different and challenging but once you learn the rules for all applications for Medicaid and disability it became very exciting and fun to work and try to help the families receive resources the needed.
no micromanaging was done in the office
had to learn alot of policies and procedures from DSS medicaid applications
It is very fulfilling to meet and assist patients who need disability. The job can be very stressful so make sure you have good time management. If you working well in a fast paced industry this job is for you!
Managed Care Representative (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 1, 2016
Poor management skills in Atlanta area; unprofessional Chaotic atmosphere in MCO Pretty much a call center Multitasking is an understatement, too much work, not enough manpower The company itself is great! MCO dept is horrible!
typical day at work very fast paste & busy. as an employee with Chamberlin Edmonds I gained advanced computer skills, received training to initiate & submit charity applications for patients. also obtained certificates to initiate & submit Medicaid application & Obama Care applications. The environment of co-workers was positive, Team work was key in the office. Hardest part of the job was declining patients for Medical Assistance because they did not meet the guidelines/criteria to qualify. best part of the job was being able to help patients get approved & being able to provide them with the financial support they needed at the time.
You will have to like talking on the phone and have patience. A 40 hr work week no more or less the company is strict about overtime. Company required that you do Hippa training every year and offer other classes through the company online training classes.
Claims Processor (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – March 29, 2016
A typical day was processing mail everyday, how and what to do with the mail, management was okay, some of the co-workers were nice, was taking orders from someone that didn't know the job. End of the day was the best part of the day.
Health Care Representative (Current Employee) – Charlotte, NC – March 14, 2016
A typical day of employment with this company encompassed working with in a Hospital setting assisting indigent clients find medical insurance and charity programs that would assist them with their medical financial obligations.
Stressfull work enviorment and lack of communication and manager skills
Benefit Advisor, Health Care Representative (Former Employee) – Melbourne, FL – January 13, 2016
Screen patient at hospital with little or no insurance to assist with applying for federal disability and state Medicaid. Learned how to properly apply for disability assistance, and read and review medical notes and terminology. However, management was very poor lack of skills to manage. Communication was horrible.