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Dignity Health is a good company to work for
Cash Application Specialist (Former Employee) –  San Mateo, CAJune 6, 2013
Dignity Health provides excellent compensation and benefits to their employees.
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teamwork
Cons
moved to Sacramento
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Difficult place to work.
Operating Room Manager (Former Employee) –  Northridge, CAApril 17, 2018
The workplace culture was not ideal. Physicians were verbally abusive and dealing with the Union was unbearable. The VP often used vulgar language and was very demanding.
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UNION! Dishonesty of Director of Perioperative Services
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Very productive workplace
Patient Account Representative (Former Employee) –  Bakersfield, CAApril 17, 2018
Dignity Health was a GREAT place to work. Learned alot about Home Health and Insurance. My typical work day consisted of coding and billing claims for proper reimbursement, following up on outstanding balances from claim that had not been paid/collections. Checking and verifying insurances for potential new members, obtaining authorizations, posting cash and others duties as requested.
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