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The need to wear business attire in the ER is what made me leave. We deserve to wear scrubs and comfortable shoes, we are running back and forth all day in the ER, responding to codes in these clothes is very inconvenient and uncomfortable! People are not going to pay you their copay either way and wearing a fancy outfit isn't going to change their mind.

Answered May 25, 2020

Embarrassed. The community I live in has to respect for this company.

Answered March 9, 2020

I would make sure all employees were treated equally. I would make sure employees had someone they could go to that would listen to them and try to help.

Answered March 9, 2020

Look elsewhere because the bonuses are ridiculous and the pay is low, and most positions are lateral

Answered November 19, 2019

The initial hiring process did not take more than 5 weeks from the time of the interview. However, as a former employee trying to return to Parallon, the labling of my applications as"not under consideration" takes less than 2 days. For no apparent reason on my end (having left as a result of the sale of my facility), I am apparently being targeted by HR and regional management as "not to be considered".

Answered December 6, 2018

Hate it because all they care about are numbers, You don't make them then you get written up of fired!!. Too stressful!

Answered November 19, 2019

Clear out, replace Nashville SSC Revenue Integrity management. Zero clinical skills, zero experience, high frustration.

Answered March 19, 2020

It was a short 30 minute phone interview asking questions that were previously provided on my resume. Then a personality DISC quiz which from my experience in education have been proven to be a poor resource for hiring.

Answered April 20, 2020

Get to know my staff. Understand what they do and how to help them. Fully understand what time and effort is needed to complete tasks REASONABLY, and when too much is expected, take it to my superior colleagues and let them know the goals are unrealistic instead of trying to save face and act like we can do it ALL while making my employees miserable

Answered May 7, 2020
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