Medical Coding Specialist (Current Employee) – Dayton, OH – April 9, 2018
Very strict policies & rules for coders—-the second you sit at your desk and clock in—-be sure your butt is super glued To the chair and only get up for very quick bathroom breaks and do not stop and talk to people on way to and from bathroom. In other words, you do not have time to socialize or even make eye contact with people while getting morning coffee in employee lounge. I understand how important it is to meet monthly productivity standards. Geez—we are HUMAN BEINGS NOT ROBOTS.
The benefits are really costly. It cost me $225 per pay for a family of 3 for my benefits. The wages are on the lower end of the the averages. Also, they have a lot of under qualified employees working roles they should not be. This also limits the wages for those who have the qualifications. It takes a very long time for any project to get accomplished.
management had "NO" interest in making things better. The lack of understanding we were there to save a life risked the lives of patients. Procedures were put in place to later not follow them and risk lives
I liked the ability to work 4 10 hour days. It was a great work environment with a great manager. I did charge review and also reviewed the claims on our clearinghouse to make sure claims went out correctly. I enjoyed working follow up the most.
Executive Chef/Interim Director (Former Employee) – Dayton, OH – January 23, 2018
I worked to control expenses and reduce costs. I eliminated two positions in my department and often worked 12-14 hours per day. My superiors eliminated the nest two levels of management above me and had me take on those duties. I was not compensated for the increased responsibility.
Being a Scheduler I was able to help a lot of people get their needed tests and procedures scheduled at the location they wanted to go to. The only bad thing is the fact that the department is micromanaged.
poor leadership; no value for senior staff members, friendly staff ; clean, beautiful environment
Staff Member (Former Employee) – franklin, ohio – January 1, 2018
COO & CNO 's need to keep close surveillance on their Leadership and their biased decisions which have negatively impacted once productive departments. Because of these decisions, the devaluing of senior staff members for the cheaper and inexperienced and the inability to express criticism on Premier's" anonymous" (which is bogus) questionnaire, no recommendation is given.
beautiful, clean, staff friendly facility
leadership bias, non-anonymous surveys, senior staff members not respected by leadership, and have targets on their back.
It will seem well but at times the stress isn’t worth it.
Team Leader (Current Employee) – Troy, OH – December 22, 2017
The past 5 years I have noticed excessive cut backs to our benefits as rates continue to increase. Management seems to roll frequently resulting in inconsistent accountability for jobs and duties. As I have enjoyed working there, but the decline in morale and respect as dropped dramatically. I do not recommend this company..
Certified Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Dayton, OH – November 5, 2017
No chance for advancement in your career unless you're upper management. Unfair workloads, some employee's work non-stop while others play on their phone for 7 hours a day (FB, Twitter, Instagram, you-tube, reading the paper etc). This was brought to management's attention but they don't like to deal with conflict so they keep their head in the sand.
I only left to try to advance myself. This was not the right desion for me and I wish I did not leave. My manager was excellent with a wealth of information. She taught me so much. I have always been orthopedic biller but thing had change as far as electronic submission. I learned a lot about appeals and not giving up to collect.