IME/Workmen's Compensation Appointment Coordinator (Former Employee) – Westchester, IL – January 4, 2018
This is a call center so, it's a very fast paced environment. It's stressful because there is a screen showing how many calls are holding. It's puts a lot of pressure on you to work but not accurately.
Fast paced environment, management very open to ideas suggestions.
Information Technology Manager (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – July 25, 2017
Great place to work if you love a fast paced environment that requires results in a very timely manner. Leadership is always open to new ideas, suggestions. Benefits are top notch in addition to bonus and incentive programs.
Occupational Therapy Manager (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – July 12, 2017
The surgeons at MOR are world class. This organization always strives for excellence. Some departments could benefit from more management experience, but overall this is an excellent place and I would highly recommend this employer.
Appointment Coordinator (Current Employee) – Westchester, IL – January 20, 2017
While the work schedule can be variable and the work can get difficult as any customer services position deal with irate patients. The company does offer many great benefits and also incentives in the various positions. There is consideration for an employees family and also for employees to be supported. Not all managers treat everyone equally but hard work is recognized. The CEO is very involved in his company and knows many of the employees and makes himself approachable. This I think is benefit when you are working at moving upward internally, and they do promote employees who have earned it. Overall a good company to work for, there is normal up and down, but its a company that hires employees who want to be there.
Physician Assistant (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – January 20, 2017
primary outpatient setting evaluating acute and chronic ortho conditions. treating nonsurgical and surgical patients. post op care. rare hospital rounds. no nights no weekends. Fare amount of Work comp
Customer Service (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – August 25, 2015
Midwest Orthopaedic is a very interesting and fun place to work at i work in the DME store see many patients and it is interesting seeing different injuries and learning at the same time. Making patients feel good and leave with a smile on their face is my main concern.
I worked daily with EOBs making sure that payments were correct and if they were not it was my responsibility to obtain the unpaid monies. I learned a great deal of information about orthopaedic billing and reimbursement. I learned how to communicate with insurance companies, third party administrators, attorneys and patients. The hardest part of the job was the massive amount paperwork that we received on a daily basis and the most enjoyable part of the job was the co-workers.