Satisfaction of knowing that I made a difference to the patients and staff.
Patient Service Manager (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – August 6, 2018
My day at work included but not limited to ensuring that all patients visits are scheduled and completed as ordered. Ensuring that insurance verification is completed for new patients. Review of medical records, providing guidance for complex patients, troubleshooting issues, scheduling of staff and meetings. Managing staff by performing ongoing coaching and counseling to improve performance.
Manager (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – July 18, 2018
Working at MJHS has taught me a lot about the healthcare industry over the years. The culture is warm and the employees care deeply about the services they provide to the members. I’ve grown tremendously while working here, with professional growth being supported 100%.
SOCIAL WORKER/CARE MANAGER (Former Employee) – New York, NY – July 11, 2018
Very fast paced job, must be able to stay focused, organized. Reliable supervisor, management team that collaborate as a team.. Agency culture is strong. Client centered and staff centered. Good benefits
RN/ Case Manager (Current Employee) – varied locations – May 28, 2018
this is a great job if you don't mind staring at a computer all day, then when you get home at night and on the weekends. there is a constant flow of work. there is never a lull. it a very isolating job, not many co-workers on a daily basis.
Rehab Nurse (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 15, 2018
wonderful place to work, I would go in every day I had to work feeling so happy and learning so much. I is a wonderful feeling to have a job that teaches you, inspires you all in one. The company had a lot of from to grow and advance.
Poorly trained supervisors just graduated from Nursing Schools.
Care Manager (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 7, 2018
Supervisor are young with no Home Care Experience who get pay less than field nurses which cause friction and tension. Big time turn over and low moral reigns, the job itself is challenging but management is detached from Nursing Care.
Certified Wound Ostomy Continence Nurse (CWOCN) (Former Employee) – New York, NY – April 10, 2018
There was room for career advancement and growth, The work place culture was peaceful and we worked as a team. My typical day includes doing wound rounds, working on photo consults, seeing complex wound cases and ostomies.
Business Support Supervisor (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – March 30, 2018
Throughout my career, I have maintained the highest performance standards within a diverse range of administrative functions, which are clearly illustrated by my past successes. As a Business Support Supervisor, while at Metropolitan Jewish Health System, I streamlined operations and improved patient charts for both active and discharged patients. I Perform work of a Service Coordinator such as data entry, physician order tracking, document control, filing and answering phones and scheduling daily Start of Care Cases. Additionally, I am responsible for supervising 5 clerical support staff for 3 teams managing over 250 patients per team. My work strategy and work ethic has been able to significantly increase my company's compliance with HIPPA regulation.