Change Healthcare has the worst Medical/dental insurance in this business. Most of the managers have favorites and cater to them. The pay does not reflect the amount of work and stress that is put on you on a daily basses. This company is not worth the stress that you will develop. And since this company became Change Healthcare they have started to micro-manage which in the end affects your work since you are now required to constantly email what you are doing every minute of your day and how many phone calls you have answered.
Analyst (Current Employee) – St. Louis Park, MN – April 24, 2018
It’s a growing company working hard to grow with the big players & doing well in the process... however, that being said vital teams are struggling with growing workloads & salaries aren’t competitive and management struggles to be on the same page as each other.
Rebate Specialist (Current Employee) – Augusta, ME – April 23, 2018
Management is out of touch with the "worker bees". Company needs to implement extensive training program. Promotions seem to be more "clique" based than qualification based. Rate of pay for work done is low.
Some great people work there that are very helpful.
Benefit package worse than previous year, More costly, Seems ridiculous for a healthcare company to have high ins. premiums.
Remote HEDIS Abstractor (Current Employee) – Alpharetta, GA – April 21, 2018
Flexible working hours as a Remote coder. I was a part time coder/abstractor. Worked about 20 hours a week.Training was fair and resourceful. Management was fair and helpful. This is my second year working for them during HEDIS season and I really enjoy working for them. Solid and fair company.
Medical Coder (Current Employee) – Lancaster, PA – April 17, 2018
In the coding world it is hard to find employment without experience. This is a great place to gain experience. Coding is limited to radiology coding so there are not a lot of opportunities for advancement or to learn more about other coding specialties.
Quite laid back environment, just do your job and do it right.
Call Center Representative (Former Employee) – Guaynabo, PR – April 14, 2018
punch in, take calls, take 15 minute break, take more calls, go to lunch, take more calls, another 15 minute break, take more calls and go home. You learn a lot regarding Medicare/Medicaid, public and private programs, customer service skills, quality compliance, etc. management depends per department, laid back environment.