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I love telling people i work for this company

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They don’t like patients being discharged even though technically there is no need for them to still be on service. Concur with the tense moments comment previously mentioned.

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Orientation wasn’t so bad, but once that and the honeymoon period was over, be prepared to take on a full load in a short period of time. They don’t want visits lasting more than an hour which is next to impossible when you have heavy caseloads. Things get missed easily

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The work pace is relatively slow if the clients are close in distance.

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Don't! during the interview they tell you what you want to hear including outright lies. Asking all the right questions and telling them the environment you want to work in means nothing. They reel you in, train you for three weeks on policy and throw you out there. The abuse begins. You start at 8 am and you are still out there at 5 pm and have driven 100+ miles and you get home at 6 or 7 pm and write notes from 9pm to midnight and get up at 6 am and write note until 8 am and spend 4 to8 hours on Saturday writing the notes,

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Sometimes great. Sometimes you dred it. Management doesnt care that you have to drive from medina to salem 50 miles to one client. Their full time patient load is not realistic. If you love sitting all day charting on a tablet you may like this job.

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Experience, ability to perform tasks, past jobs, strengths, weaknesses

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They will, eventually, be mailed for Medicare fraud for recerting patients who blatantly do not qualify.

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