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4 days ago

Senior Network Manager

ActiveHealth Management Philadelphia, PA

Negotiates, competitive and complex contractual relationships with providers according to pre-determined internal guidelines and financial standards… ActiveHealth Management

18 days ago

Senior Premium Waiver Analyst

ActiveHealth Management Princeton, NJ

The role of a Senior Premium Waiver Analyst is to develop and manage Premium Waiver Benefits to ensure prompt and accurate liability and… ActiveHealth Management

3 days ago

Senior Software Engineer (Lead – new

ActiveHealth Management Dallas, TX

* Own and manage all deliverables in our agile lifecycle (story carding, release/iteration planning & backlog) * Clearly communicate… ActiveHealth Management

13 days ago

Network Market Head - Mass

ActiveHealth Management Medford, MA

Senior Executive responsible for the Massachusetts Provider network. This is a new role that has been created to help build a best in class Provider… ActiveHealth Management

ActiveHealth Management Reviews

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Richard Noffsinger
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    Current Employee - RN Case Manager  in  Chantilly, VA
    Current Employee - RN Case Manager in Chantilly, VA

    I have been working at ActiveHealth Management full-time for more than 3 years


    possible to work from home, the work itself if not difficult, great co-workers


    Lots of promises that will not be kept. Atmosphere of fear. The Aetna Way is touted but never gets beyond words on paper. Work Force Management will be spying on your bathroom time and you will be penalized for taking too long. Salaries and benefits are nothing to shout about. Management spends a lot of time in meetings but are ineffectual at best. Work process that is duplicative and time consuming. Quantity of calls is revered over quality. No room for advancement if you were foolish enough to consider it.

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    Retention of employees should be meaningful as well as recognizing and valuing good staff. Ethics - could you get some? Have some idea of the work process that your employees are doing - how can you manage a job that you have no idea how to do?

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