Fast paced and challenging with operational excellence as the focus.
Manager Operations (Former Employee) – New York, New York – June 9, 2015
Health care is one of the most demanding and rewarding career paths one can choose. The venues for success are as varied as your expectations of excellence. The patient/client relationship takes center stage and communication and compassion are your your tools. Operationally it becomes flow, billing/collection, regulations, and appropriate staffing. The most challenging part of the job is setting the time to complete your own personal goals you have set. The most enjoyable part of the job is witnessing excellence of service and receiving recognition for this.
Oncology Nurse (Former Employee) – Sun City, AZ – September 30, 2014
It was a learning experience from the patients view and from their respect. I learned a lot from about life with Cancer, what you would have to give up, how you have to live your life or don't, things that we take for granted It was very humbling and gave me a different outlook. They were very loving, thoughtful, giving, respectful and awesome individuals. I miss them still.
It is a good feeling when they are in remission.
Some patients don't have long but give it their all.
RECEPTIONIST/SCHEDULER (Former Employee) – Clinton, MD – February 12, 2013
I love working in customer service and what better way to to utilize my skills to help people when working at a doctors office even if it was mainly just being a friendly face greeting them coming and going
Billing and Collections Specialist (Former Employee) – Tamarac, FL – January 18, 2013
A typical day at work consists of billing charges, collecting on A/R accounts. Helping verify patient information, and/or referrals and authorizations. Helping other staff as well as supervisor solve issues or help with work load. I've learned a lot in the nine years I've worked there such as protocol and regulations of insurance companies specializing in MCD/ MCD HMO's. Management needs to be restructured. Co-workers were nice. The hardest part of the job was not having anybody to speak to about things that were happening or not happening in the office. The most enjoyable part of the job was my field of work.
free lunches, benefits, good pay
no supervisor support, unfair rules and regulations, mom and pop no h/r, no raise in years