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3 days ago

Senior Business Intelligence Analyst

UnitedHealth Group Baltimore, MD

The Business Intelligence (BI) SharePoint Developer position is responsible for all new development and front-line customer support to enhance the… UnitedHealth Group

2 days ago

Senior Reporting Analyst, SQL – new

UnitedHealth Group Baltimore, MD

include: • Create ad hoc and standard reports using various reporting tools for different functional areas of the company • Assess reporting… UnitedHealth Group

4 days ago

Senior Healthcare SQL Data Analyst

UnitedHealth Group Baltimore, MD

include: ⢠Create ad hoc and standard reports using various reporting tools for different functional areas of the company ⢠Assess reporting… UnitedHealth Group

3 days ago

UNION - Call Center Representative III

UnitedHealth Group Baltimore, MD

• Provide excellent Customer Service at all times. • Take prescriptions from Providers. • Accept Inbound Calls from Vision Provider Network… UnitedHealth Group

4 days ago

Union Rx Prep Tech - Evening Shift

UnitedHealth Group Baltimore, MD

For those who want to invent the future of healthcare, here's your opportunity. We're going beyond basic care to Health programs integrated across… UnitedHealth Group

1 day ago

Medical Coding Specialist – new

UnitedHealth Group Elkridge, MD

• Perform clinical chart reviews on Medical Records following coding guidelines and convention as established by the Center for Medicare and… UnitedHealth Group

1 day ago

Senior Director, Clinical Quality – new

UnitedHealth Group Elkridge, MD

We are looking for a Senior Director, Clinical Quality to join our team in Elkridge, Maryland… UnitedHealth Group

5 days ago

Senior Service Account Manager

UnitedHealth Group Towson, MD

• Manage overall delivery of benefits and services by providing support and guidance to existing and potential customers to ensure continued… UnitedHealth Group

4 days ago

Employer Installation Administrator

UnitedHealth Group Columbia, MD

Working in Operations at UnitedHealth Group is one of the toughest and most fulfilling ways to help people, including yourself. We offer the latest… UnitedHealth Group

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    Former Employee - Clinical Coder  in  Baltimore, MD
    Former Employee - Clinical Coder in Baltimore, MD

    I worked at UnitedHealth Group full-time for more than a year


    Co-workers were great, people helped you if you needed it. When the company was in the red, they treated the employees with respect. There were benefits with little parties, acknowledging breast cancer by decorating, dressing up for Halloween. Little things that made you want to come in to work, that made you part of a group of people that had goals.


    As soon as the company went into the black (2009) we were peons & worked like dogs to keep the company in the black. Then it became me against you! Everyone would go home with knives sticking out of their backs from all the "talk" that went on. It wasn't a nice place anymore, people got defensive. That's when I knew that the company was being scoped to be sold! The out-sourcing to India became competitive instead of working as a team. Management doesn't often realize (because they don't want to or because they don't care to) what effect the decisions they have given has on the employees.

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    The occasional pizza's were nice, and lunches, and bowling parties too. But do you know what would have been appreciated much more? An occasional "Good job" either in front of people or directly to the person that deserved it. Only the favorites ever got acknowledged, didn't matter what. Also the dress code - they tell you business casual - well business casual when I worked there ran the gamut from sweats 2 sizes too big to whatever. So many people got away with so much, but it wasn't anyone's business except management, it sure did create a great deal of animosity though. If it's good for one it should be good for another or an explanation as to why the privilege is given to the staff. I know a great deal has changed but I also know that you can't teach an old dog new tricks, so I wish any future employee to take heed.

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