Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Riverside, Columbus, OH – December 7, 2018
Glad I'm gone. No way I'd work there again. Benefits were pretty good for healthcare, and they were pretty good with pay scale. My manager was a nice person, but favored employees who ghosted their jobs (took credit for others work, and appeared good). Manager also promised work from home, but refused to give work from home in bad weather, then herself took work from home time. Really frustrating! Team was okay, but the zombies rule there, people aren't encouraged to dig deep for answers, but rather just maintain status quo. Some employees spend their days watching youtube videos. Meetings are held and no one says anything because all ideas are shot down. Quality of work life has zero meaning there. No sense of team, or community. They also hire the fresh college grad to run whole departments and they have no management skills. So they make bad decisions. Instead of helping them, they promote them. So now some other department is screwed. Even if you have great experience for a role and ask for a chance to discuss the position, you can't get an interview. They favor their pals only, even if it means failure for whole departments. Then they wonder why people leave? Please. And the top 100 place to work thing is hilarious. The employees face long meetings, additional work, and tedious meaningless follow up one on ones with managers if they don't vote positively, so the employees all laugh about it and just vote for it so they don't have to have more meetings.
Nice pay, decent benefits for healthcare.
Very columbus focused, don't care about employees unless they march lockstep with management. Tons of politics.
Great place for someone who needs a little job or a first time job. Does not give a living wage and you will not gain any meaningful experience to utilize outside of the company. Health benefits are not affordable for singles.
Short lunch break, under paid, lack of training, lack of diversity
System Analyst (Current Employee) – Columbus, OH – October 24, 2018
One of the things you won't find on rating scales is how much the corporate motto and statement are truly meant. At OhioHealth, people are asked to treat each other with respect and dignity and you can see it in action just walking in the door.
OhioHealth is restructuring and undergoing major revisions in work flows and tools used. It is positioning itself to switch from fee for service to customer value and is doing it correctly. I would expect OhioHealth to be a strong contender in the Health Care market for some time to come.
After being with Ohiohealth for over 10 months, still not provided with full-time, instead hired OUTSIDE for full-time replacements. Many employees have left because issues with refusing to schedule and then being treated poorly when denying to cover shifts during call offs.
Once I put in my two weeks (because I found another job that would provide me with full-time hours), I was promptly removed from the schedule and treated horribly by management.
Management/supervising is awful, no opportunity for advancement, favortism
REGISTER ART THERAPIST (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – September 25, 2018
I truly enjoyed working at OhioHealth for nearly 15 years. I only resigned to relocate to Colorado with my family. In a typical day, I connected with medical patients in a creative manner within Arts in Medicine. I learned a variety of medical and cultural applications to better my practice. The workplace culture is very supportive and helpful. The hardest part of my job was dealing with death and dying: it's difficuly and sad. The most enjoyable part of my job: working as a team to better ourselves and our patients.
medical milleu helpful supportive to all
paygrade can max out after an exstensive period of employment
I loved my time at OhioHealth. They truly lived up to living their corporate values which reflects in receiving the "Best Place to Work" award several years in a row. It was collaborative, leadership was effective and demonstrated the values of caring and compassion in their leadership.
Pay, benefits and organizational culture
Hiring appeared to be largely external with little room for internal advancement
Working in the OhioHealth Rev Cycle Billing is definitely a experience. We talk to attorneys, insurance companies, patients, and other providers. We are the catch all for all other departments. The call center environment is not a bad place to work the people here are very nice and very helpful, we definitely operate as a team. The downside to it all is that I don't believe our heavy workflow compensates with pay.
Patient load per aide or nurse is very high. Very busy as always. Unable to get uninterrupted lunch and sometimes no lunch. Management is always demanding and checking your work behind you. It’s a very good place to learn.
Medical Laboratory Technician (ASCP) CE (Current Employee) – Columbus, OH – August 12, 2018
My co-workers are helpful and knowledgeable. We are close and spend time together outside of the workplace setting. The workplace environment is very fast paced with many responsibilities.There is not enough time to complete off-bench duties due to high bench-work demands. Unfortunately the laboratory is chronically short staffed.