UR Nurse (Current Employee) – Arlington, VA – September 16, 2018
Was lucky enough to have a great manager who allowed me to learn a ton. Upper management seemed detached from was was actually happening. Numerous departmental inefficiencies, which ultimately caused the demise of the program and lack of contract renewal.
Medical Documentation Representative (Current Employee) – Rancho Cordova, CA – December 12, 2018
My dept is being separated from the company, there are positions that can be applied for from within, I have applied for 64, and keep getting same answer, someone is more qualified, what does that mean? I am jus as good as some, not as good as others, and better then a few, how does my qualifications not fit, when a temp agency is willing to hire me for positions within the company I keep getting rejected for.....
Case Manager Appointing and Authorization (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – December 11, 2018
A lot of Veterans needed help and I was honored to assist them.We worked as a team on all of our projects. As a unit we set and met our own goals for the day and the week. Had potluck and parties to get to know other employees, which is always a good thing.
Data Entry/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Rancho Cordova, CA – December 5, 2018
Health Net was a great company to work for I loved it , the environment was laid back but competitive management was very supportive, they company provided lunch for all employees when certain goals where met.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Rancho Cordova, CA – December 3, 2018
The job was not horrible it was just management. I was hired on by a temp agency by the name of Able Force. Not only was a selected, by Health Net, to do the companies claims I was also selected to train as well as doing audits which I thought was a privilege. I looked at this as an opportunity to move up within the company unfortunately management has other plans. No job security.
MediCare Claims Auditor (Former Employee) – Woodland Hills, CA – December 1, 2018
This is a great job for highly-motivated people. The management can be really great to work with but there are a lot of slow periods which can mean lay-offs. During busy season, they barely train you so it can be overwhelming if you're not the kind of person who asks a lot of questions or knows the right questions to ask. And it can be especially difficult because everyone is very busy and won't be particularly inclined to deal with training a new person. But for the right person, I have seen this work out very well.
Also, be prepared to bring your own lunch because there is no cafeteria. Just a big break room with vending machines. There really aren't traditional "break rooms" with coffee-- cups are not provided so bring your own for water and tea, which is more abundant than coffee. ALTHOUGH there is a Coffee Bean nearby if you don't mind spending the money and time to make a run.
Plenty of cool places to hang out after work. Which is nice because hours can run long and days off are HIGHLY discouraged, especially during the holidays.
Referral Specialist (Former Employee) – Gold River, CA – November 28, 2018
Corporates are not friends. More like foes. Constantly on employees for everything. No room to grow as a contract employer. They get rid you as as quick as they hire. Atmosphere vibe isn't great! Production production production. They work you as an animal not as a human. Your co workers are not friends more like a competition to get a perm position. 12 temps for 1 perm position. Goodluck
CASE CARE MANAGER ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – November 28, 2018
The co-workers I worked with made the job fun and entertaining. The position I was in made it difficult for you to advance without having a degree. My original manager was fun, easy going and didn't micro-manage his employees.
The pay was great
No advancement options unless you have a degree in nursing
Consultant / Sr. Project Manager (Former Employee) – Rancho Cordova, CA – November 12, 2018
I enjoyed my time at HealthNet and hope to find another position with the company. I found there was a great culture and I really enjoyed working with those around me, because I felt everyone was very sharp.