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30+ days ago

Customer Srvc Representative

Aetna Orlando, FL

Patient Care Coordinator responsible for creating patient records, understanding and loading patient's benefits, and assisting with patient… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Sr HEDIS/STARS Analytical Lead

Aetna Orlando, FL

Does helping Aetna provide the best in quality and value to Medicare interest you? Do you enjoy leveraging your analysis skills to turn data and… Glassdoor

24 hrs ago

Account Service Specialist (Entry level) – new

Aetna Orlando, FL

will be to reach out telephonically to Aetna members fulfilling their specialty Rx's at retail pharmacies. The purpose of this outreach will be to… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Licensed Utilization Management Nurse Associate (LPN/LVN)

Aetna Orlando, FL

of the UM Nurse Associate will be to manage patient therapies by assessing the need for teaching and assessment, completing manufacture or… Glassdoor

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Aetna Chairman, President, and CEO Mark T. Bertolini
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    Very poorly managed. Information is not relayed efficiently and management is biased and plays favorites.

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    Current Employee - Pharmacy Service Representative in Orlando, FL
    Current Employee - Pharmacy Service Representative in Orlando, FL

    I have been working at Aetna full-time (more than an year)


    Benefits are great, promotions to earn cash incentives for participating in certain health improvement programs.


    Underqualified management staff. Most cases of advancement or other career opportunities offered are often biased with heavy favoritism. Systems operations are constantly being changed and several systems are mandatory to be implemented with insufficient training on how to utilize. Employees are often laid off for not using systems which are sometimes not required to perform certain tasks.

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    Please offer more thorough and detailed training when utilizing new systems for operations. Better qualified managers whom do not play favorites.

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