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6 days ago

Clinical Appeals Reviewer

UnitedHealth Group San Francisco, CA

Energize your career with one of Healthcare's fastest growing companies. You dream of a great career with a great company - where you can make an… UnitedHealth Group

6 days ago

Regional Behavioral Medical Director based in California (Telecommute)

UnitedHealth Group San Francisco, CA

• Provides clinical leadership for healthcare affordability initiatives. • Conducts concurrent and retrospective clinical reviews, peer to peer… UnitedHealth Group

6 days ago

RN Manager - Clinical Documentation

UnitedHealth Group San Francisco, CA

This position collaborates with providers and other healthcare team members to make improvements that result in accurate, comprehensive documentation… UnitedHealth Group

11 hrs ago

Account Executive, Small Business – new

UnitedHealth Group Concord, CA

The primary duty of the Account Executive is to promote health care sales and market UHC products through a defined list of agents and brokers. The… UnitedHealth Group

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UnitedHealth Group President, CEO, and Director Steve Hemsley
Steve Hemsley
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    transition job not a life long place to have a full career

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    Former Employee - Intake Counselor in San Francisco, CA
    Former Employee - Intake Counselor in San Francisco, CA

    I worked at UnitedHealth Group



    There can be nice people to work for depending on the group you are with. You have autonomy once you have been there for awhile however, you always have big brother looking over you. It is very clear on how you stand since all of your calls are recorded and scored which they give you access to so you can learn and improve. It is a good transition job.


    The job itself can be VERY boring and redundant. It's difficult to move up in clinical positions without your clinical license. Even though you are technically in a clinical role you are more of a customer service representative then anything.

    Advice to Management

    Provide you employees with more room and encouragement for growth. Understand that the people working there are humans and that being monitored by computers 24/7 makes them feel like they are not respected as apart of a community. Acknowledge more what they do for the company then only reaching out to people when they aren't hitting their scores.

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