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Patient Care Technician (Current Employee) – Anderson, IN – June 1, 2019
This place has such a great culture. Everyone is willing to help. The atmosphere is more like a family. A great learning environment with unlimbers opportunities to learn and grown within the company! Working the 12 hr shifts make it easier for a work/ life balance. The days go by very quickly it’s a busy environment Managers are willing to get on the floor to help
Director (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – June 24, 2019
Community Health Network provides exceptional care to their patients. What is lacking is the support for their middle managers. Administration talks about support, fairness, etc. yet when needed it is non-existent.
Epic Analyst (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – June 16, 2019
Most of the time it is collaborative and productive. There are many competent people who can get things done. Frequent leadership changes in departments. Consistent leadership at the top. Respected CEO.
Instrument Technician (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – May 16, 2019
A typical day at work was extremely stressful with the case load of surgeries. I learned a lot about being in a face paced work environment mixed with lots of different personalities. the hardest part of the job was trying to please each tech, nurse and doctor. the most enjoyable part of the position is helping people who don't even know what you do for them as far as instrumentation.
Patient Access Representative (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – April 25, 2019
There are a lot of moving parts and details are key, especially dealing with insurance. Daily contact with patients. Flexibility is key and so is adaptability since things can change. The company is very community oriented and patient first mentality helps make the company stand out.
Program Supervisor (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – April 12, 2019
Community is a great company as a whole. There were several branches of the network to plug into. Advancement was possible, but difficult. Working in the behavioral treatment was the most difficult and rewarding at the same time.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – April 4, 2019
Walking and Driving Cars of patients who need an extremely amount of help and I learned that the Hospital doesn't supply the help you need to make your job easier. Management and Work Culture go hand and hand because the Manager doesn't support his team and doesn't try to make changes so his workers can do their job better and more efficient. The hardest part is watching people struggle with not having better service. I only enjoyed this job when people could understand that I was putting extreme effort to help them even though I didn't have help from co-workers or management.
Patient Services Representative (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – March 24, 2019
Loved what I did but too many changes in department everyday. Should work with employees more to make department work. Employees make a department and managers should try to listen to them and actually implement their ideas.
look elsewhere if you are Conservative or Christian.
Mental Health Clinician, (MH Specialist) (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – March 21, 2019
Horrid management. Incompetent yet politically aligned to management so they had no worries. Mirco-managers, hostile to conservatives and Christians. Will try to get you to leave if you aren't on their 'team'. Don't trust anyone there.
Outcomes and Performance Manager/ Project Manager (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – March 8, 2019
Network priorities and goals were constantly shifting due to the volatility of healthcare. The organization empowers management to lead staff effectively and give each person as much information as possible. Communication is slow but accurate when received. There's a strong sense of family and community at Community Health Network. The organization has multiple ways to help employees, their families, and the community in times of need. The organization is making strides to not be as compartmentalized and be more inclusive. Community also looks to help employees engagement through new programs and actively seeks feedback.
Employee engagement, benefits, location
Poor communication, poor goal setting, poor job clarity and advancement
Medication Assistance Program Coordinator (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – February 26, 2019
great network, smaller internal management, not so much, lack of experience and very 'clicky" with certain team members, if you fit in with the group you were good and treated differently then those that did not fit in socially
benefits and perks of the network as a whole
small clicks of teams and working independently and expected to to the work of multiples