Patient Service Rep (Current Employee) – St. George, UT – August 17, 2018
Great doctors to work for and a wonderful manager. No advancement options for front desk staff, and no competitive pay. Part-time employees do not get fair benefits/holiday pay/ or PTO. I enjoy the patient care, helping people is very rewarding but since the new CEO the value of the company has changed dramatically.
Senior Application Systems Technical Analyst (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – August 14, 2018
Recent changes in the leadership roles are bringing down employee morale. This use to be a great place to work. not so much anymore. There have been a lot of outsourcing of many jobs and good talent is heading forthe doors. This new "leadership" is recrutiing their friends from previous companies. It is almost like they are a pack of locusts trying to devour everything in their paths. It is too bad. If you want a well run healthcare system try the University of Utah or St Lukes in Idaho.
PATIENT SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE (Current Employee) – North Ogden, UT – August 13, 2018
Working in the urgent care it's either really busy or slow. We rarely have a steady day. I learn new things every day, whether it's about the way something is done, how to do something in a different way, new protocols, etc. Management is less than helpful when we are short-handed or in need of coverage because of that short-handedness. The hardest and most frustrating part of the job is people coming here when they really should be going to the emergency room. The best thing about the job to me is being able to help people feel better.
Endoscopy Technician (Current Employee) – Saint George, UT – August 6, 2018
I love my job here at IHC, but I can't do call anymore and late nights!!! It's a friendly place and they give us great benefits... Also I'm worried they are looking into taking away our 401k benefit in the future.I.start at 06:30 Monday- thru Friday and do about 15 patients a day give or take, help doctors with procedures and clean equipment. We turn over patient rooms and set up rooms.. I get off at 5:00 Monday thru Thursday and I stay late a lot and work and extra day every other Friday!!!!!
Hospital Billing Representative (Former Employee) – Provo, UT – July 31, 2018
Intermountain sold their employees off and PROMISED we would be taken care of. The new company is requiring employees to relocate and is not following through on anything that Intermountain told us they would. Shame on Intermountain for abandoning all their employees just to save a buck.
.NET Platform developer (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – July 30, 2018
Great work place. Enjoyed working with an array of healthcare clinicians to design and develop software to make their clinical lives easier and make their patient care optimal. I would still be working there had new management not decided to get out of the software development business and focus on healthcare. By this I mean they decided to scrap their proprietary HIS that was developed by Intermountain over 30 years and instead purchase and use a vended product created by Cerner. Fifty five developers were laid off in 2016, myself included.
There is just a positive attitude and a feel good atmosphere for patients
Outpatient Coder (Former Employee) – American Fork, UT – July 27, 2018
There is a lot of room for advancement, and everyone works well together. The drive for excellence is very motivated. Customer Service is exceptional, and trying to make all patients happy and comfortable.
Buyer (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – July 23, 2018
My manager's are very intelligent, and knowledgeable. It's unfortunate that they put so much emphasis on their reports. This creates a lot of anonymosity between their accounting department and the purchasing department.
Health Benefits Specialist (Former Employee) – SLC, UT – July 23, 2018
the training i went through was a great foundation for first time call center experience. I worked with a great team, my Mgr (no longer in that dept) was awesome to work for. She focused on training's, supporting us to be our best version of our selves. I would work there again.