Patient Services Representative (Former Employee) – Conshohocken, PA – December 19, 2017
Reimbursement Technologies Inc., is not a company that prides itself on its ability to retain talented staff but rather maintain their ability to hire mass amounts of new employees and keep senior employees content with minimal promotions.
Follow-up Representative (Current Employee) – Philadelphia – May 14, 2018
Do not come to this horrible place every since they merged with another company it’s gone down hill the Vice President is a egomaniac he has taken every perk away we had including working from home they joined follow up department the correspondence apartment in the hospital us department All in one split us all up and gave most people new supervisors and people are now being picked on they lowered the pay rate Everyone is stressed out and very upset run from this messed up company Walmart would be a better choice and I’m not exaggerating
The new Vice President not care about his employees
A/R Follow - Up Representative (Current Employee) – Conshohocken, PA – April 4, 2018
I have been with RTI for over 10 years. The company was great in the beginning but also has been brought serial times and has been going down ever since. Some employees worked hard to get perks within the company, but just this year new owners came in once again to take over and now no more perks but continue to work hard or harder. A very unfair company. Supposedly a one equal goal but definitely not the case within the departments.
One lunches some employees.
No bouses for employees just some managers, but a billion dollar company.
Advanced Denial Representative, A/R Follow-Up (Current Employee) – Conshohocken, PA – January 18, 2018
This company recently completed a merger with another billing company. They are more concerned with remodeling than employee fair pay, safety and moral. Yes, there were no lay offs due to the merger but they continue to change or take away any perk that an employee may have had. And compared to other medical billing companies the compensation is very low.
Insurance Inquiry (Current Employee) – Conshohocken, PA – April 4, 2017
I have been here for a few months and although the day can sometimes drag its not a bad entry level place to work for. I sit in a section with great co workers and we laugh and joke between calls to keep the spirits up, My TC's are nice and helpful and my supervisor is great. The only thing I know about advancement so far is what I've been told because you cant advance until after your first 6 months but I've talked to someone who has been there 8 months and he said he has advanced twice already.
repetetive, boring, no room for advancement, childish and immature co workers
Insurance Inquiry Representative (Former Employee) – Conshohocken, PA – January 16, 2017
I hated working here. The environment is negative and the people (including supervisors) were ghetto, uneducated and gossipy. The job consisted of make outbound calls to people who visited emergency rooms and just reading a script. It was boring and I felt like I was in high school. This job was terrible I wouldn't recommend this place to my worse enemy.
good job for a a college student
micromanagement, immature, gossipy co workers, boring
Call Center Supervisor (Former Employee) – Conshohocken, PA – October 8, 2015
While I thoroughly liked my job at RTI, I didn't like that there was a high turnover rate. Approximately 25% of the turnover occurred in the first 3 months of new hire employment. In my opinion, the company was hiring too many people with little or no experience in the call center environment which lead to a lot of job dis-satisfaction and low performance. Most of the turnover were terminations due to low performance and then rest of the turnover were people who quit within six weeks of being hired.
A/R Follow Up Representative (Current Employee) – Conshohocken, PA – September 1, 2015
A typical work day consisted of a flex schedule. Although I worked independently, the were times where I had to work as a team. I worked on accounts receivable with outstanding balances. Each report consisted of multiple clients and within each client I researched any issues that may have caused for delay in payment by insurances. I corresponded with the insurances via mail, for appeals, also by telephone and email.
I learned to maximize and organize my time for the benefit of an effective work day. The management team allowed me to be independent and motivated me to continue my education and constant support for advancement within the company.
The hardest part of the job was being on hold for long periods of time with insurances.
The most enjoyable part of the job was assisting the patients with payments and clarifying their insurance in terms they can understand.
open kitchen and cafe, walking trail outside of office building
. (Current Employee) – Conshohocken, PA – July 8, 2015
The hours are pretty flexible depending on which department you work for. Some have the ability to work remotely and only come in for important meetings or holiday parties. They have opportunities fr advancement and provide tuition reimbursement. I really like my co-workers.
Easily accessible via public transportation and ample parking
Insurance Inquiry, Customer Service (Current Employee) – conshohocken,pa – March 19, 2015
Spoke with patients about their recent visits to the hospital. Also taking information to send statements out. Taking payments like doing High Deductible and Payor Paid Calls. I learned to be calm and not let what the callers shout get you down or get to you. My co-workers are awesome it's a very friendly environment.