Contract Specialist (Former Employee) – New York, NY – July 18, 2018
I was warned by a few individuals that this company has a reputation of treating their employees bad. However I wanted to have my own experience and opinion of them. Although the environment is casual they are still cut throated. Management is a major disappointment and often times don't know what they're doing. But this isn't the case for everyone. I am grateful for my experience with this company but it is not a comfortable place to work at. At the end of the day you are not valued or appreciated as an employee. Most people give the pretense they are courteous and professional but certain actions reveal the opposite.
Clinical Manager (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – June 25, 2018
Clinical staff worked hard and were dedicated to our patients. Unfortunately, non-clinical senior management were not. Prior to my departure, senior clinical management of nursing left. After I left all remaining Clinical managers left due to unrealistic expectations of CEO that were considered by middle management as unrealistic and was confirmed by consulting firm.
Care Coordinator (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – April 24, 2018
Greeted customers and made sure they were comfortable during their visit Provided customer service in-person and telephonically Scheduled appointments Maintained office filing Processed payments for services provided
Leadership Styles and Their Impact on Patient Outcome
Home Health RN Coordinator of Care (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – March 21, 2018
Improve population health in the communities served by managing and providing care across entire various ethnic groups, identifying and examining the impact of diseases on societies, and promoting wellness across a broad range of community settings.
as a caregivers I formed close bonds within the communities
Official response from Visiting Nurse Service of New York
March 26, 2018
Thank you for your review! VNSNY employs a variety of Population Health Management initiatives, including value-based purchasing, bundled payments, and chronic care management, - all built around risk stratification and predictive modeling. This past January, the newest cohort of VNSNY RNs began the Population Care Coordinator Program. The two-day orientation covered areas of Health Behavior and Motivational Interviewing, Population Care Coordination in the Changing Health System, Evidence-Based Practice, and the Role of PCCP Education in VNSNY.
Job Work/Life Balance
Provider Relations Representative (Current Employee) – Manhattan, NY – March 8, 2018
A typical day is causal but adherence holds weight over actual quality of work. I commute from new jersey so the pressure is a lot more intense. I am grateful for the position because it taught me a lot but i would advise the company to ease up on adherence (not complaining about being 1-5 minutes late) when an individual is trying and is a consistent HARD worker.
you learn alot
instead of being applauded for meeting the standard you're just expected to work harder
Intake Coordinator (Former Employee) – Manhattan, NY – January 23, 2018
Working at this company for many years i have to say it has gone from Bad to worst within 3 years. Everyone feels unsafe about there jobs. everyone is overworked , many quit due to low worklife balance. Poor communication from snr management. Communication around change in processes are horrible. Overall a toxic work environment
horrible management, work environment, micromanagement at its finest, horrible training and lack of communication from senior management
Care Manager (Current Employee) – New York, NY – January 17, 2018
staff are very supportive. supervisor are human. this is a company that i want to retire from, great benefits. the most enjoyable part of the job is the house are flexible and upper management is very supportive.
Manager (Former Employee) – New York, NY – November 21, 2017
Positions are often temporary and layoffs are consistently looming high demand fast paced, high stress positions with minimal organizational support. Organization has mission creep and often allows corporate greed to influence many of its decisions.
great location and significant organizational history
Nonprofit allowing corporate greed to rule the roost.
Business Services Coordinator (Former Employee) – New York, NY – October 9, 2017
Too many union workers who've been there for years and felt entitled this made the work place uncomfortable for people just coming in. management was great. 1199 union benefits were great but no such thing as a raise. :(