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    Mark Benjamin
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    more than 10,000
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    $1B to $5B (USD)
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    Information Technology
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Professional Services Analyst in Rockville, MD
on January 6, 2017
I've found working at Nuance challenging and unique. I feel fortunate to work with a smart team of consultants who have a wide range of experiences in the Imaging industry.
Medical Scribe in Remote
on November 19, 2021
I liked the job a lot. The schedule just didn't work for me. I appreciate that they started hiring full-time and paying a lot more. Overall, it was nice. The hardest part was not being able to hear/understand the doctors though.
QDS in Remote
on November 9, 2021
There was one phone interview and an acceptance email. What was said/promised in interview did not match reality. Their training is pathetic and their roadmap to their goals are crazy unrealistic. Unachievable in my opinion. Turnover is very high.
Quality Documentation Specialist in Remote
on October 26, 2021
The culture here is very professional, which I love. I also feel like their technology is very modern and forward-thinking. I'm also proud to be a part of a company that got bought from Microsoft. Furthermore, I feel like my job is secure, kind of.My manager does not really push for numbers or quotas a day, thank god. They really care about quality over quality here. The benefits are nice, and they don't make you feel guilty for taking a day off if needed. It's an open-minded culture.They really need to work on their training. Too many people quit, but if they only knew once they get to operations it will be nothing like training and is actually easier, they will stay. Thank God I heard about this, if not I almost quit too. You are scaring people away with your training. It is nothing like operations, and you all need to make that aware to them because training is terribly unnecessary hard.
Quality Documentation Specialist in Remote
on October 20, 2021
Working remote is nice. The pay is not great to say the least, especially for the numbers they want you to put up. Training is pretty bad. You pretty much learn as you go and there is no feedback.

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