Great compensation/benefits. Not a lot of opportunity to grow.
Applications Analyst (Current Employee) – Remote – July 25, 2018
Worked for this company for many years. The salaries and benefits are competitive. Work/life balance is very good.
This company DEFINITELY likes to hire new employees from outside rather than promote from within and give people a chance to learn something new. If you're someone who has been required to focus on a specific vendor for many years (and not by choice), you can easily be released in favor of a new hire when business needs change, rather than invest in the education of the current employee. They now have a practice of hiring on a contract basis with option to hire, which hasn't always been the case.
Upper management is relatively strong and easy to approach (thanks to HCA's open-door policy), but the lower-level managers are not as experienced and don't seem to know much about corporate policies. They tend to show heavy favoritism towards people they may have worked with outside of the company, which is blatant and frustrating for people who really put in the hours and effort to succeed. Some lower-level managers have a tendency to gossip between their direct reports, which is inappropriate.
Work/life balance is excellent.
Opportunities to grow are almost non-existent. Older employees are bypassed for new opportunities.
A typical day starts out with receiving a stack of health records which have previously been scanned into the electronic health record. From this stack, the indexer is responsible for placing the images in the appropriate section of the health record.
Regional Vice President Sales (Current Employee) – Nashville, TN – November 21, 2017
Unorganized and disjointed management. Spinoff of HCA but really wholly owned and managed by HCA. Easy to get lost in the fray position was not defined and management was unrealistic and non-communicative.
Pay is excellent and travel was local. I felt like one of the team at the locations were I worked as an RN. There were always shifts available and most of the time, they were at the facility that I wanted to work.
Lots of phone calls trying to staff hospitals even if you wanted a day off
I would clock in, check my email, and begin working on my assigned hospitals/financial classes (each employee was assigned 6-7 hospitals and insurance carriers to work patient accounts for). I would get the occasional "interesting" account, but for the most part was able to read and interpret insurance contracts, calculate what the insurance company owed on a particular hospital claim, and determine whether or not we owed a refund or not. My managers were always laid back, easy to approach, and just generally nice people. The hardest part was the ever-changing techniques and information about how to calculate a claim. I enjoyed most of my coworkers, and all the potlucks we had!
Nice managers and coworkers, lunch delivery service.
May have trouble trying to transition to another department.
Has a trend of managers hiring their friends from other companies. Doesn't matter if they are qualified or not. CEO is not willing to make cultural changes to accommodate millennials and compete with other companies. Terrible health insurance for a healthcare company. 13 PTO including sick days.
I enjoy working remotely. I feel privilege to work in the comfort of my home. I learned how to management my time prioritized to meet deadlines. I enjoy working with my co-workers and be approachable to ask questions as they arise.
This is a PRN position in which I help staff a hospital. at times you will be called off and at times you will be working short staffed, this position is for an experienced nurse, you do get a variety of patients and learn a great deal but you need a good base of nursing. It is a good PRN position.
Staff (Current Employee) – Nashville, TN – December 1, 2016
Fun environment with challenging projects. Multiple opportunities for advancement and leadership development. Senior leadership is extremely easy to get along with and understands the importance of work life balance. The culture and focus of the organization will benefit from advancement in the technology that the company uses for their data.
Challenging position with creative leadership requirements
Transitional Leadership Director (Former Employee) – Nashville, TN – November 2, 2016
Interim emergency services leadership requires not only an out of the box thinker but a no box thinker to be successful. This type of understanding comes with years of trial and error and an understanding that metrics do not tell the whole story but they do not lie either. Overall, it was a good experience and I would recommend it to those who enjoy the stress of not always knowing what you are supposed to do but knowing that something needs to be done and understanding that it may not be only one person's task to change.
Net Revenue Analyst (Former Employee) – Nashville, TN – August 27, 2016
Very unorganized and hectic. No sense of direction or ability to maintain full time hours for employee's. The employee's are great and fun to work with however, the higher ups do not make for a conducive work environment
Customer Service Billing (Former Employee) – Nashville, TN – July 12, 2016
The company as a whole is not a bad place to work. The management within the department I worked is another story. Rewards for true customer service are rarely given, but when you need assistance from leadership, it is no where to be found.
Practice Support Specialist (Current Employee) – Nashville, TN – June 30, 2016
Everyday, work is assigned to you as it comes in from the practices. you are expected to complete 48 items a day, (6 per hour). however as the work flow can change from day it is not mandatory. You are allowed to work at your own pace as long as the goal is reached.
When trained, a lot of material is handed out to help with the learning process. also, with team leads on the floor help is never too far away. Everyone mostly keeps to themselves as you have to be available for a phone call.
all work is tracked and recorded via an automated system