Medical Records Supervisor (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – August 8, 2018
everything in that company is very secretive things that shouldn't be kept private are kept private and things that shouldn't be public are made public management skills are very poor and they pick and choose who they like to move through management
Medical Records Clerk (Former Employee) – Norwood, MA – June 18, 2018
I felt like the industry was set up to deny coverage for clients who had insurance. It was meant to prevent fraud, but looked like a profit making scheme set up to minimize coverage and harass people until they gave in. It was not fun being a part of it.
Medical Records Clerk/Floater (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – April 10, 2018
Excellent option for young people seeking to add an office position to their resume. Most tasks require only entry level skills, and are well-suited for people who enjoy routine, minimal interaction with the public or co-workers, and can consistently maintain a quick pace. Among long-time employees, there is a nice sense of camaraderie. The "opportunity for growth" is non-existent. Anyone who might do better is a threat to the few department heads.
Clerical Quality Assurance Coordinator (Former Employee) – Albany, NY – April 2, 2018
This company has poor management and poor training.The turn over rate is way too high, and pay the pay is poor. There is no room for advancement and the company is cheap. They don't even want to provide water for their customers. The only break you get is a 30 minute lunch. For the amount of work that needs to be done there needs to be better compensation and hands on training from the manager.
No breaks, poor management, poor pay, no room for advacement
Accounts Payable Clerk (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – March 29, 2018
Poor GM they have on board. I left because of this and not being paid what I was worth. No room for growth and no breaks. Everyone watching everything you do and always picking out the bad and now the good.
Medical Records Clerk (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – October 20, 2017
Turn back around!!!! Do not work here. This place does not care about you or anything else except money. The only reason I believe people stay is some of the coworkers....some not all. There is no room for advancement even if you come up with a plan to get into management. They will micromanage you and play favorites. They pay is ridiculous you could be there for 5 years and the person who started yesterday will make the same amount as you. The work load is unmanageable. If you ask for help they ignore you but if you get behind they question it and throw it in your face. DO NOT WORK HERE!!!!!!
Coordinator (Current Employee) – Cheektowaga, NY – July 24, 2017
This place puts on the best facade, when you are first hired on. Underneath the masqueraded smiles, are sneaky and SELFISH snakes. They pay their employees as if they were literal slaves, for the amount of work they do and not ton mention the stress that comes along with it. They barely train you, and expect you to exceed their expectations. Management here absolutely SUCKS, and it trickles down from the GM, to The VP of Sales, to Operations and so on and so forth. This is the kind of "do as I say, and not as I do" type place. Management blatantly show favoritism, and they are the most unprofessional group of "professionals"-- they talk about the employees, and fire at will...especially if you question them or stand up for anything ETHICAL. There's absolutely no room for growth, and you are underpaid by over 45% of what your peers are making at other companies. Micromanaging is the way of life here, and their HR department is the absolute worst (ExamWorks).
Peer Review Coord/Data Entry (secondary) (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – April 30, 2017
At First Choice Evaluations typical day at work was accepting request (peer review and DPRs), scheduling with doctors, quote adjuster price for service, compile medical records for doctors review. process report for adjuster (proofing for accuracy and edit, when necessary for doctor approval).
During slow periods: Assist the clerical department with data entry, mailing. Help other area when workload need to be caught up.
Proofreader (Former Employee) – Cheektowaga, NY – February 13, 2017
Highly productive medical evaluations company. Many of the tasks had to be completed by end of business day, so there was a sense of urgency throughout the office. Whenever problems arose, they were quickly addressed and corrected. We had a Volunteer committee that assisted with fundraisers to raise money for local Charities. The hardest part of the job was ensuring the job was completed by the end of the day. The best part of the job was the friendships made and celebrations for special occasions.
Company parties in the Summer and Winter, fundraisers, friendly and relaxed atmosphere.
Working with a sense of urgency on a daily basis caused some stress, though not overwhelming.
Medical Receptionist (Former Employee) – Colonie, NY – April 4, 2016
This place is horrible. The workload they give you is horrendous, and they tell you that you can't leave unless all the mail and the work is done. Management is a joke. People are unwilling to help you, so prepared to be thrown to the wolves and fend for yourself. If you ask for any help, prepare to be told on to the manager that you aren't taking enough notes or learning your job fast enough. Also, beware of the crazy girl with the multi-colored hair who sits up front in the reception area. It seems like she gets her enjoyment out of scaring people away. Also, it is sort of a dead beat job where you will be going nowhere but sitting in a small office full of people who act nice to your face, then set out to destroy you any chance that they can get. Prepare to feel like an indentured servant.
Reports/Medical Records/Client-Vendor Support (Current Employee) – Albany, NY – December 29, 2014
It has been wonderful working here for the most part. I believe I have reached my full potential with them though, and would like to try and advance in salary and a benefit package. I also look forward to learning new skills.
I am able to work independently, I am kept very busy which makes the days go by quickly. I enjoy being very busy.
Benefit package is very expensive. No choice of plans at all.