Various Positions (Former Employee) – Wallingford, CT – April 8, 2018
You can bring creativity to your job and enhance the toolset - it's encouraged. Performance is rewarded, although it can be political, managers are not professional. It has the best and worst of a Mom and Pop operation.
Creative solutions encouraged, good benefits, great coworkers, fun
Salary, unprofessional managers play favorites, give perks to themselves and their cronies
AR Specialist (Former Employee) – Fort Myers, FL – June 14, 2018
The ability to work from home and work any days or hours per week as long as you work 40 hours, is a huge plus. The management is tough and rules are not the same for everyone. As long as you work remotely and do a good job, there is limited contact with management. The job is brutal if you work on-site.
Coding Assistant Intern (Former Employee) – Fort Myers, FL – April 9, 2018
I interned here for 2 months while I was finishing my HIM degree. This is a really good place to work. No one ever leaves so it's really hard to get in. The hours are super flexible. Management was great too. I am still waiting for an opening so I can get in at this place.
Software Architect / DBA (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – January 25, 2018
I worked in source medical for over 6 years. The company provides me lots of sick leave hours, 4 weeks of vacation, health insurance, and life insurance. The salary is fair. I really like the place. The only reason I leave is that my division got sold out.
QA Analyst, CTFL (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – January 11, 2018
The people are fun and knowledgeable. The insurance premiums were extremely low, and so was the 401k match. Location was good, providing a short commute time (mostly highway).
Work hour expectations, like many corporate jobs, averaged 40 with periods of increased need for overtime. Recognition of individual contributions was lacking, and there wasn't much room for internal growth. Working remotely was not common.
Overall, Source Medical Solutions was a pleasant place to work.
Low insurance premiums, low-key, good people
Limited options for working remotely, low 401k match
Technical Architect (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – November 9, 2017
Had an excellent oppurtunity to work for this company and have thoughroughly enjoyed working as there was a lot to learn and implement and excellent work-life balance.Learnings from this company were very helpfull in understanding the domain at a bigger picture.
Inpatient Coder and Lead (Current Employee) – Remote Ohio – February 22, 2016
I have enjoyed my time at Source Medical and have learned so much about coding and the whole revenue cycle. My manager is wonderful. I enjoy coding because there is also something new to learn. Sadly, we have lost personnel that I will miss greatly.
Billing Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Rome, GA – January 28, 2016
I don't mind working here, and its an easy-going job. I love my supervisor but not fond of the upper-management. I wish this company didn't hide so many things from the employees. There is always big changes happening and not usually good changes. They pay their employees really low for the many things we do. The insurance benefits and vacation time is the best thing that this company has, yet insurance premium did go higher this past yr.
payment posting (Former Employee) – Rome, GA – November 4, 2015
Overall rating 3 stars Typical work day make sure all medial claims were processed and payment posted correct. Worked well with co-workers. Hardest part making sure all vendors held accountable for getting information in payment department. Working with a team with the same objective goal. Management was supported making sure Team had everything needed to achieve targeted objectives.
no open door policy; management don't even know what they are doing
charge poster (Former Employee) – fort myers – September 1, 2015
Corporate talks about how it is a open door policy; but when you try and use the open door policy it is used against you. Management doesn't even know how to do your job to train you. They go against their own policies and procedures when it comes to advancements. They are losing accounts left and right. Not a good work environment at all.
Application Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Birmingham,AL – April 7, 2015
The management did not make sure everyone pulled their weight on the team. You make comments and they seem to ignore them. Training did not equip you with to do the job. The trainers trained you as if you was a customer of the company. They had no knowledge of issues or troubleshooting steps with the software. Each update seemed to create new problems and didn't seem like they tested the update before roll out. Seems like certain people could not work and get away with while others were expected to do their work load and the non-worker's work load. If felt like at times, I was a QA person as well as a Application Support Specialist. It could be stressful at times and management barely step in to help with calls, just I know it is rough but hang in.
management, lack of promotion opportunities, lack of team