Extremely stressful. Workload is unrealistic. If you don't work fast enough, they fire you. Huge turnover rate with noticable favortism.
I work out of the reimbursement office in Aurora. Our Director has implemented a very flexible schedule. We are allowed to work between 6:00am to 5:30pm Monday through Friday. As long as you do your job you are permitted to determine your own schedule - overtime is mandatory only at month end - and only if you are a claims biller. This is told to you before you are offered the job. We are also permitted to come in on Saturday’s if you missed during the week & need to make up your hours or are given a project to do...
I absolutely hate it!! I cry in my car before I go into work to start my shift. If it’s a really bad day I also get to cry on my two 15 minute breaks and my 30 minute lunch.
What is the vacation policy like at Option Care Health? How many vacation days do you get per year?
15 days/year plus 1 floating holiday (depending on when you started) for the first 2 years. I don't know about other areas of the country but this is terrible in Boston. Literally every other healthcare employer I've worked for started at 6 weeks or more. At Option Care, I earned 5.5 hours of PTO every 2 weeks as an employee who'd been there for 3 years. At my new job, I earn 5.1 hours every week for 33 days/year. I left Option Care with 18 days/year. The worst part about Option Care's PTO policy is that it's use it or lose it.
Great health benefits,dental and I think that’s all. Continuing duration was done on our own or there were presentations at the office.