Boys Town National Research Hospital

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20 days ago

Follow-Up Specialist

Boys Town Hospital Omaha, NE

include the timely follow up and resolution of unpaid, denied, rejected or incorrectly paid insurance claims. Is also responsible for overflow of… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Behavioral Health Registered Nurse - RTC

Boys Town Hospital Omaha, NE

Full Time RN position working 4 evenings during the week and every other weekend from 3pm-11:30pm. This position provides nursing care to assigned… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Medical Coder

Boys Town Hospital Omaha, NE

include performing detailed technical and clinical work involved in the analysis and coding of health information for all outpatient, inpatient… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Part-Time, Evening Security Officer

Boys Town Hospital Omaha, NE

include patrolling BTNRH-Downtown Medical Campus or the BTNRH-Pacific Street Medical Campus, grounds and parking lots to enforce hospital safety and… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Pre-Certification Specialist

Boys Town Hospital Omaha, NE

include pre-registration process which includes: obtaining insurance eligibility, benefits, out of pocket liability, pre-determination and… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Educational Therapist II-RTC

Boys Town Hospital Omaha, NE

Full time teaching position working Monday-Friday 7:30am-4pm. This position will be responsible for providing classroom curriculum to meet the… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

4th Year AuD Externship

Boys Town National Research Hospital Omaha, NE

Yes22RegularlyRegularlyRegularly017666,17667,17668Nancy.Johnson@boystown.org9RegularlyNancy JohnsonRegularly… Glassdoor


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    Great feeling getting to help children, but high turn over rate.

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    Former Employee - Behavioral Health Technician III  in  Omaha, NE
    Former Employee - Behavioral Health Technician III in Omaha, NE

    I worked at Boys Town National Research Hospital full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    Feeling like you can make a difference in the lives of young children.

    Cons

    Management treated staff like a number. There is 95% turn over rate for staff because they do not have proper training and are not paid well for what they have to deal with. Often times there were not enough people working on a shift. Dangerous situations where children are harmful to themselves and or others did not seem to get taken care of in a very professional manner. There were times that nurses were not available for heath situations. The job seems very impersonal to the children because the staff is required to use particular wording when speaking the children as the children are a on a motivational point card system. The negative aspect about that system is that the children easily learn it and are able to manipulate the system. A person can not be too empathetic when working with a point system and these children need more than a point system to fix their behaviors. Once these children go back into the real world situations, they do not seem prepared because they became so accustomed to the point system and structure.

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    Learn how to care for and teach the children so that they do not manipulate the point card system. Treat the children as people and not numbers. The point card system is very impersonal when you are trying to care for children who have severe behavioral issues and require more care and attention. Once these children go back into the real world situations, they do not seem prepared because they became so accustomed to the point system and structure. What are you doing to teach these children and their families once they return to real world situations? What is the success rate of these children once they leave the Boys Town program. It does not seem very likely that these children will be able to adapt to real world situations because of this program.

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