Senior Health Informatics Solutions Coordinator (Former Employee) – Des Moines, IA – September 20, 2018
The work is primarily contractual so the jobs have been assigned accordingly instead of having a pool of employees with skills to be utilized across contracts, employees are hired specifically for a contract. This promotes skill development within a limited set of skills which may apply to the specific role, thous limiting the individual from being able to be utilized by the company to their full potential.
Proposal Manager (Current Employee) – West Des Moines, IA – July 25, 2018
Top heavy organization - expect to be micromanaged to the extreme. Extremely old school in management approach. Despite speaking of and attempting to care about work-life balance and attracting talent from emerging generations; it is really all a sham. Don't dare speak up or give advice based on your experience, it won't be taken. They are quick to add an in-humane workload and then 'write-up' when you aren't superman. Seriously reconsider.
Clean bathrooms? You can't use them, they are always being cleaned.
Management, Management techniques, ability to make changes, work-life balance, micromanaging
Data Entry Clerk (Current Employee) – West Des Moines, IA – May 20, 2018
Telligen is an okay work place. The management is a bit off. They don’t really have a system of ways they want things done. It’s very unorganized and there’s always something changing and you won’t be told about the change until you’re scolded for not implementing the changes you had no idea about. Benefits are nice and after a year of working there you get a nice bonus that continues yearly.
Review Assistant and Quality Improvement (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – April 12, 2018
I was only there as a temp helping them to scan a lot of medical records. I was able to stay long than assigned by working with another group. I was given the opportunity to work there full time, but I was in the process of moving and did not take the job.
Tech (Current Employee) – West Des Moines, IA – March 24, 2018
Lots of great people. Unfortunately for myself, not enough of an advancement opportunity and pay at the current position wasn't enough. Only leaving for those two reasons.
Also, a little top heavy on management. This makes changing anything culture-wise difficult. It also eats up a ton of the salary cap that could be used to increase pay at positions that are more technical, thus helping win additional contracts. Just a personal opinion though.
Care Manager (Former Employee) – Des Moines, IA – February 14, 2018
I worked at Telligen for several years and they don't practice what they preach. Life work balance not taken into consideration, especially by management. Very cut-throat and lack of advancement unless are a favorite employee. All about the all mighty dollar.
no lunch breaks, long hours, provide your own supplies
Assessor, Reviewer (Former Employee) – West Des Moines, IA 50266 – November 27, 2017
In order to be successful at Telligen you should know your job well and be able to work independently. The biggest complaint I had was lack of communication. Many times telecommute employees feel left out of the loop and have a hard time connecting with and receiving a response from managers.
Resource Specialist (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – November 16, 2017
There is not a lot of diversity at this company. Minorities are treated differently and it is overtly done. HR is only concerned with the company’s best interest and complaints are not taken seriously. Management plays favoritism with employees they “like”. They lie and scrutinize policies to support these lies. Some employees are able to work from home but not others and it’s at the managers decrepancy. Majority of co workers are nice and helpful.
Good pay, laid back environment, easy work
Management, racial discrimination, very little diversity
Core Standardized Assessor (Former Employee) – West Des Moines, IA – June 8, 2017
The environment and benefits for Telligen was AMAZING. management was very supportive. I worked from home, and I found myself working around the clock to keep up with deadlines. and due to government changes in health care, job security is nil, because of so many compliance changes.
RN Case Manager (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – March 1, 2017
Visit 5-6 members , educate on disease process assist w/obtaining community resources to meet need, thus decreasing return to hospital. I learned if you teach member how to manage their health it would decrease readmissions> The work culture was very conducive and very close knit , everyone worked well together. Most enjoyable part of the job was helping people to manage their health and co workers Hardest part of the job was trying to contact members due to phones were disconnected or they had changed their numbers and not updated their information
Medical Director for MN Medicaid (Former Employee) – Saint Paul, MN – December 28, 2016
I provided on-line reviews of various cases, primarily for approving emergency medical assistance for non-citizens. I could work at home on my own time and still meet my obligations to my full-time employer.
Project Assistant (Former Employee) – West Des Moines, IA – December 11, 2016
I worked for the Iowa Medicaid contract. I learned about multiple different parts of Medicaid throughout the years. The management for the most part was great. I loved all of my co-workers and they were such good team members. My hardest part of my job was working with the policy department because they drove my line of work. The best part of my job was all of the wonderful people I worked with.
Project Assistant (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – May 24, 2016
Telligen is a great company, its employees in mind. Each employee is a owner after one year and this has benefits. The training I received was not sufficient to complete the job, but this is not company wide. Its complex environment with little room for error. Redundancy is the work, which if you like regime and unchanging work - this is for you. The group contract with OHCA and that part of the job is quite interesting. Overall, I loved my time there.
Great people, good benefits, opportunities for investment inside the company, various contracts provide different aspects of the jobs and therefore, room to move within.
Training is lacking, expectations are high with little understanding of the processes, no room for error.