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In my location, the pace is good. I'm fully booked all the time. I do my own schedule. The EMR is very simple. I'm very happy in this area.

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It's a relaxed, placed to work. People are friendly, and genuinely care about one another. There is a lot of work to be done, and some people don't like that--and others really like it because you stay busy and the day flies by. It's a company that grows about 50% a year, so you can imagine that things are always changing and there's growing pains all the time (but its also exciting). One thing I can say is that while there's a lot to do, nobody is asked to stay late or work more than their 40, mngt is good about that.

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The most stressful part of working at my partucular franchise us that the owners look at money as the priority, not diagnostics or clinical care. Low 8nxine patients are often negatively characterized as unreliable and inconsistent, and there are different procedures in place for low income folks than commercial insurance or EAP folks. Lots of white privelege ideology. I stay due to the flexible schedule and I will work with the low income people in a more reality based and culturally appropriate way. The income is unreliable as well. There are limited benefits. Individual health insurance would cost me almost 500 dollars a month as the company does not help with any benefit cost.

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It's by contract. They give me .54 of my total take. The longer you're there the more you get. I wish I got closer to 80 percent, but they provide the building, the malpractice insurance, the ad on psychology today, billing and tax services, they get all approvals from insurance and the direct deposit. So it hurts a little less knowing they take so much. But I do ok. I make my schedule and for me with my health that's a blessing.

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It took more than 5 months to get hired. Credentialing process is ridiculous.

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Thriveworks offers clinicians the opportunity to see clients in a private practice setting with a proven and successful business model and team atmosphere and provides office space, equipment, practice management technology, scheduling, billing, insurance credentialing, and marketing at no cost to the clinician. All clinicians are hired as W2 employees with benefits and clinicians are paid the majority, or the "lions share," of all of the clinical revenue that they bring in.

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Really the only reason I would leave is if I moved out of town for any reason or if I got a job in the field I studied in.

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