Depending on what department you work in and the supervisor in that department, TRIA is a good place to work. I loved working in the Patient Financial Services Department. Worked in that department for 8 years.
They understand work-life balance and encourage you to grow. I had an incredibly positive experience while working here and only left for my husband's job opportunity in another state. They really care about the patients and support you in provider awesome care that you can feel good about. Very satisfying job and wonderful management!!!
RN (Current Employee) – Bloomington, MN – March 24, 2018
If working with friendly and fun people this is the place for you. Would be great if you are not the primary bread winner in your home. It's not a high wage job. Only complaint I would have is you do not get your hours in a timely fashion to accommodate appointments etc
person (Former Employee) – Bloomington, MN – January 4, 2018
Incompetent leadership in way over their heads. Good luck in your job search. If you're just concerned with patient care and immune to favoritism, strict stupid rules and a culture of oppression of fair opinion, then this is the place for you.
toaster, bread, and peanut butter provided in the break room.
Great people at TRIA, very professional with attention to quality and patient comes first.
Medical Transcriptionist/Editor (Current Employee) – Bloomington, MN – August 16, 2017
I loved the flexibility of working at home and being paid hourly. Working with one specialty ensures quality. Also always getting in new dictators through Resident/Fellow Program at University of Minnesota.
Medical Receptionist (Current Employee) – Bloomington, MN – August 2, 2017
TRIA's culture is to go above and beyond for the patient. Our doctors are amazing and extremely professional. Each employee truly tries their very best to make the patients experience at TRIA outstanding.
everyone works hard and takes pride doing a great job
No guidance, just overly critical and uncaring management. Back stabbing and fake co-workers in a bad environment.
Good performance is not noticed, but minor mistakes are blown out of proportion. Some of the management look at what you are not doing and ignore all the positive you are doing. It's the management that create the poor environment and act surprised when employees respond poorly to that environment that they have created. Using tactics like threat of termination or replacement in order to sqeeze more work and time from employee's is not productive. This sounds like I am a negative person and I was when I was in that environment. But I hold no grudges. But be warned!!
I learned a lot when I was there and mostly from using my own initiative.
I learned a lot and it was a stepping stone to a better paid job
A typical day for me at work involves verifying and entering patient insurance information into the EPIC admitting system. I work from a work queue to verify and enter patient insurance info before they present for their appointment. I also assist the Walk-In Clinic with entering insurance for new patients who walk in or have a change in insurance. On average I enter 200-300 patient insurances per day. I have been here for almost ten years, having spent eight of those years in the call center before transferring to insurance. I get along wonderfully with my team, we are a well-oiled machine that works together to ensure that each patient that comes here for care gets exactly what they need and is happy when they leave.