Center Receptionist/Financial Counselor (Former Employee) – New Carlisle, OH 45344 – May 4, 2018
Teamwork isn't being pushed. Very High school dramatic environment. Stressful with many tasks to do. Had many duties to do and when you thought you were doing a good job management would bring another load of things to do while someone else was twiddling thumbs. Great benefits indeed but lack of management.
good benefits/bonus per year
people call off alot, load of work, small building for many patients
Executive Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – April 25, 2018
Everyday is different with supporting over 25 VPs, Medical Directors and Managers things change within a blink of a eye. From Scheduling meeting and also attending meeting. I transcribe the meetings. I manage payroll for my department. Travel and expenses
Managers are rude and have no respect to employee but have a full support from higher managers including HealthPartners President and CEO. Managers (some with zero education) are forcing pharmacist to violate state/federal rules - dispense wrong, unnecessary (duplication therapy), and adulterated drugs on the regular basis to the patients in order to increase profit; commit pharmacy fraud - steal money from Medicare and Medicaid. Financially pharmacy business run very poorly, loosing market to competitors. Managers firing people for made up reasons. Corrupted Minnesota Board of Pharmacy vigorously covering HealthPartners' pharmacy criminal activity.
Some help from Union
Criminal company forcing pharmacists violate state and federal statutes
Workplace culture was friendly and I enjoyed the colleagues I worked with. Meaningful work that improved the quality of services provided to Medicare Members. My professional enthusiasm was stimulated with the projects focused on improving quality for our Medicare members. Make Good Happen is genuine at HealthPartners.
Great people work at HealthPartners
Blind sided re-organization exit that had nothing to do with my performance
In touch with employees, excellent pay and benefits
Staff Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Saint Paul, MN – April 11, 2018
Healthpartners provided good work life balance and excellent compensation for their nurses. Nurses have an important role of direct feedback with management and for the majority of issues that arise, RN's are listened to and opinions are valued.
Good and friendly people,but stuff meetings are not paid meetings. Pay days are delay. Delay on support answers for emergency questions. My parked car was hit and run in the premises of patients home and supervisor was not able to help me. No mileage pay.
Certified Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Lima, OH – April 8, 2018
Since working for Health Partners I have really opened my eyes to how many people need our help and great health care. Without this company so many people would suffer and I enjoy being a part of an organization that helps close gaps to great healthcare for our patients
30 minute lunch, no room with my certification to grow
No back up or support from management. They play favoritism to staff, no matter of seniority. There was no collaboration between staff. Some providers were allowed to provide poor care, bad charting, and refuse to treat and discuss labs with patients.
Medical Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Bloomington, MN – March 19, 2018
It was pretty relaxed and laid back. The volume of calls that came in varied depending on the day and the time of the year. Everyday was the the same motions punch in, get set up, answer calls, punch out. However the type of calls that you received daily were different which kept the job fun and exciting.