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6 days ago

Senior Billing Representative

UnitedHealth Group Providence, RI

Healthcare isn't just changing. It's growing more complex every day. ICD-10 Coding replaces ICD-9. Affordable Care adds new challenges and… UnitedHealth Group


2 days ago

Billing Representative (AR Associate) – new

UnitedHealth Group Providence, RI

Healthcare isn't just changing. It's growing more complex every day. ICD-10 Coding replaces ICD-9. Affordable Care adds new challenges and… UnitedHealth Group


4 days ago

Onsite Nurse Case Manager RN - Part Time

UnitedHealth Group Providence, RI

As a Field-Based Onsite Case Manager, you'll wear many hats, and work in a variety of environments. Sometimes, you'll interact with members leaving… UnitedHealth Group


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UnitedHealth Group President, CEO, and Director Steve Hemsley
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    Everything changed this year.

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    Current Employee - RN Case Manager
    Current Employee - RN Case Manager

    I have been working at UnitedHealth Group

    Pros

    Work from home, as a nurse it's the only day job that pays a living wage in my area.

    Cons

    OptumHealth (under the UHC umbrella) has always been notorious for micromanagement and it only gets tighter and tighter. Change is so frequent that you can't believe anything an"hone says because it will all change again next week (I only WISH I were exaggerating). Job processes change constantly and without warning, so there is no opportunity to master anything anymore. In such an environment, Experience becomes a liability rather than an asset.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Ease up. Give your nurses room to be nurses. Exercise some common sense. Bring back the nursing process, which is by its very nature "member-centric". Pulling us away from that to have us respond knee-jerk to data that is already obsolete by the time it clogs up our member files - repeatedly - is shooting you in the foot and killing our members' confidence in the program. We have a contract to uphold - you have nurses on board for a reason - let us give you what we are trained to do.

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