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3 days ago

Program Manager II - Quality Measurement and Reporting

Network Health Medford, MA

• Collaborates with with Market Research and QHI teams at Tufts Health Plan to develop improvement projects related to regulatory surveys • Oversees… Glassdoor

3 days ago

Inpatient Utilization Review RN Onsite

Network Health Worcester, MA

The Inpatient Utilization Review RN Onsite will ensure that the Tufts Health Plan-Network Health member population receives timely concurrent review… Glassdoor

3 days ago

Manager of Medical Care Management

Network Health Medford, MA

This Manager of Medical Care Management promotes the mission and values of the Clinical Affairs Department, Tufts Health Plan-Network Health, and… Glassdoor

3 days ago

Claims Operations Lead

Network Health Medford, MA

Minimum of 24 months experience in Tufts Health Plan or THP-NH. Claims or… Glassdoor

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    This place treats you right

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    • Culture & Values
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    Current Employee - Provider Payment Analyst in Medford, MA
    Current Employee - Provider Payment Analyst in Medford, MA

    I have been working at Network Health full-time (more than 3 years)


    - The company culture is very positive, constructive, and friendly.
    - The company puts its employees first, and makes you feel like you matter. There's plenty of health/wellness programs, investment in training, and employee rewards.
    - There's lots of potential for advancement! Hard work and good ideas matter more than hierarchy or office politics.
    - It's a non-profit that makes a positive contribution to the community.


    - Sometimes things are done in a messy, slipshod way. You might find yourself stumbling over lots of outgrown bandages.
    - It can be very confusing to get a handle on proper procedure. There's a lack of documentation, with too many policies left unwritten or written vaguely.

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    The company needs more communication and information sharing between departments. It needs a better focus on long-term solutions, instead of just getting through the next crisis.

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