ROI (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – September 5, 2018
I absolutely LOVED my job. I loved the company, the position, my supervisors, all of it. Then it changed, and I hated even being a part of it. All of a sudden, you're doing 100 things that are not only NOT your job, but no one ever trained you to do. And even though you say, Hey, I need help, I'm drowning over here, no one listens. They just pile on more and more and more until you can't take it anymore. The same day I said Hey, I need help, I was asked to do 3 more things that had nothing to even do with my position.
You're not supposed to have a life other than work.
Driver (Former Employee) – Ocoee, FL – October 4, 2018
My first day on this job was my last day they talk and treat ppl like dirt most of the workers look unprofessional. The Leaders are so disrespectful I don't see how anybody can work there on top of that what they pay per hour is something for a minor to survive on I understand ppl need jobs and yet I personally don't need one this bad to be treated like scum of the earth
ROI Specialist (Former Employee) – Wasilla – September 28, 2018
Unless you enjoy being treated terrible, getting low pay and constantly feeling like you could lose your job for stamping something wrong. !Don’t work with this company! The supervisors are non responsive, rude and arrogant. Also, if you have a family/children, don’t except any leiway on potential sicknesses and being able to leave early or call out because their ‘point system’ will give you fired instantly. It’s an all around TERRIBLE company to work for.
There’s no pros about this job.
Low pay, no advancement, company doesn’t care for employees, awful communication
Local office Fleet Manager / Courier (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – August 23, 2018
You drive to hospitals on a route 14 hours a day and pick up totes with medical records. I learned that not everybody can do this job. Management dosen't tell you anything until it has to get done. the hardest part of the job was them changing the hours several times, and all of a sudden cutting your hours to 14 to 21 hours a week.
This position is great for anyone ready to start in the health care industry! You will gain a lot of knowledge in medical records, in addition to HIPAA compliance knowledge. Very easy to be cross-trained in different departments. Salary is performance based. It's simple, if you do your job, and do it well...you will be rewarded in an annual raise. It's not a job where you can come in and do half the work and expect to get a raise.
Nice facility, full kitchen, comfortable working space, friendly enviornment
ROI Specialist (Current Employee) – Orlando, FL – July 6, 2018
I am currently employed with Stat and I will tell you straight up.... DO NOT APPLY!!!............................................................... We get treated like we are replaceable, the point system is INSANE they don't care about your family or personal life. All they care about is money!! never a thank you or keep up the good work.. This company is a last resort to anyone seeking a job! The end
Since I have been working at stat I've seen people come and go they don't even last a week there and it's due to the heavy workload and low pay not to mention the late nights and early hours coming to work at a place where the outside environment is dark and near woods where it's not enough light and it's alot of females working there with no security. The management(ALL) will come in and don't even make you feel welcome. I don't know why they have PTO cause if you request it it gets denied and when you take it off anyway they take it from you and give you a point which is soooo ridiculous. The point system is ridiculous and not reasonable at all they need to go back to the drawing board about the policies they have in place and provide a training class for management(ALL) on how to treat people especially ADULTS and realize that they are managing ADULTS AND NOT CHILDREN. The only time I've seen management smile is when the owners come in and they start being phony and making sure things are clean like the stank bathrooms that's full of gnats or that tiny breakroom that's full of gnats bottom line if you want to be miserable and work hard for low pay and come to a place where you have to run in the building from the dark parking lot then apply here
Release of Information Specialist (Current Employee) – Orlando, FL – June 21, 2018
I am new at STAT and this is one of the worst places to work at! Manager and manager assistant or team leader don’t care about anyone but their self . There’s a lot of favoritism at the Orlando office. A lot of backstabbing and gossiping. Short breaks. Underpaid. You’re doing a 3 persons job for little amount of money. Manager is not helpful. No raise. No life. Even if you have PTO it’s a problem to ask for a personal day off. No opportunity of advancing.
Expensive benefits, short breaks, management is horrible.
Health Information Specialist (Former Employee) – Florida – May 29, 2018
Do not apply for this job unless you like being stressed out, underpaid,doing the work of 2 workers and not be trained to do the job expected of you. And if you can't get your work done you're expected to work overtime until it's done.
Release of Information Clerk (Current Employee) – Orlando, FL – May 21, 2018
This place it's a nice place to work, the people am talking about the co-workers also the management all is well with them. What I do there, I prep, Scan, Index, we had to work in a computer, with papers, and machine to scan every documents.
Document Prep Lead/Head Trainer (Current Employee) – Lancaster, PA – April 18, 2018
This company does not care about employees that have been there for years. To them it is perfectly acceptable to wait until the last week of employment to tell everyone in our office that we’re out of jobs, despite us knowing for months. No bonuses to stay the duration. Complete lack of communication or compassion for the people that have been working over time to keep up with the workload. I would never recommend this company, the new people have no idea how the job is actually done.