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Kaiser Permanente Patient Care Coordinator Case Manager Jobs & Careers in San Rafael, CA

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28 days ago

Patient Care Coordinator Case Manager

Kaiser Permanente San Rafael, CA

• Educates other healthcare team members on utilization and cost containment initiatives. • Collaborates… Kaiser Permanente


6 days ago

Patient Care Coordinator Case Manager, (On-Call)

Kaiser Permanente San Rafael, CA

• Monitors the progression of the plan of care and facilitates discussions with the multi-disciplinary teams. • Educates other health care team… Kaiser Permanente


8 days ago

Patient Care Coordinator Case Manager

Kaiser Permanente Richmond, CA

• Educates other healthcare team members on utilization and cost containment initiatives. • Collaborates… Kaiser Permanente


6 days ago

Patient Care Coordinator Case Manager

Kaiser Permanente Walnut Creek, CA

• Monitors the progression of the plan of care and facilitates discussions with the multi-disciplinary teams. • Educates other health care team… Kaiser Permanente


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Kaiser Permanente Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Bernard J. Tyson
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    Toxic management style spoiled the experience of working in a healthcare company

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    Current Employee - Administrative in San Rafael, CA
    Current Employee - Administrative in San Rafael, CA

    I have been working at Kaiser Permanente full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    Good product, one stop shop, many hard working and enjoyable colleagues, good benefits and 401k. Salary isn't high but workable.

    Cons

    Disastrous tools that do not work efficiently and create way more work than necessary. Everything is budget driven to the point where one person becomes responsible for a ratio of others that is impossible to manage or support. Personally I have become so stressed I am no longer able to do my job which is horrifying and scary in this job market. 2 people used to do my job and it was half my current workload.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stop hiring your relatives or promoting toxic individuals into leadership roles. Give non medical professionals an opportunity to advance. Stop cow towing to the union and retaining bad employees. Take a stand and treat everyone equally from the lowest to highest paid staff. You want everyone to 'thrive' how about stating with your employees instead of berating us with town halls about how we should be behaving towards customers.

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