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4 days ago

Supervisor, PPS Billing

Brown & Toland Physicians San Francisco, CA

• Achieve department and physician billing objectives through teamwork and the development of a positive and customer service oriented work… Brown & Toland Physicians


9 days ago

Physician Practice Solutions (PPS) Trainer

Brown & Toland Physicians San Francisco, CA

Identifies specific practice training needs and competencies through consultation with PPS stakeholders. Designs lesson plans, structuring active… Brown & Toland Physicians


10 days ago

Social Worker I

Brown & Toland Physicians San Francisco, CA

• Assists patients in their homes to identify and prioritize needs and coordinate referrals. • Evaluates psychosocial issues for patients at risk… Brown & Toland Physicians


28 days ago

Director, Human Resources

Brown & Toland Physicians San Francisco, CA

The Director, Human Resources has responsibility for all aspects of Human Resources operational management including employee relations and… Brown & Toland Physicians


25 days ago

Care Management Coordinator I (Bilingual Cantonese)

Brown & Toland Physicians San Francisco, CA

• Conduct initial telephone interview for patients referred for post discharge follow up. • Respond to… Brown & Toland Physicians


6 days ago

Performance Improvement Coordinator

Brown & Toland Physicians San Francisco, CA

of data in reports. • Ensures all reports are submitted and tasks are completed in a timely manner • Prepares materials and… Brown & Toland Physicians


25 days ago

Health Coach II, RN

Brown & Toland Physicians San Francisco, CA

• Acts as the liaison between the member, the member’s support network, treating physician(s), and ancillary providers utilizing a multi-disciplinary… Brown & Toland Physicians


26 days ago

Medicare Claims Representative II

Brown & Toland Physicians San Francisco, CA

include sending letters to providers or members to request additional information as needed or to request overpayments. • Interpret medical… Brown & Toland Physicians


25 days ago

Social Worker I (Home Visit Program)

Brown & Toland Physicians San Francisco, CA

• Assists patients in their homes to identify and prioritize needs and coordinate referrals. • Evaluates psychosocial issues for patients at risk… Brown & Toland Physicians


12 days ago

Claims Service Associate

Brown & Toland Physicians San Francisco, CA

• Review claim adjustment requests received from internal departments and adjust claims as needed ensuring claim policies are applied. • Process… Brown & Toland Physicians


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    From good to not good.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at Brown & Toland full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Nice area, ease of access to transit, personal growth is possible if you do it yourself, fair wages, some really nice people
    There were more in the early days but now.....:(

    Cons

    No assistance with parking
    Poor leadership with their own personal issues
    Terrible communication
    Very unclear reasons for advancement for some and making others lives miserable
    Office culture was very comfortable once but is now about watching your back and what you say to whom-
    you got a target on your head-hostile work environment if your boss doesn't like something about you
    High turnover for some departments
    Bonus structure is unstructured
    Benefit package is offered but other companies have a much better offering
    Unrealistic expectations from people who don't know what they are doing in the first place-the boss doesn't need to know everything but should trust the people under them to be giving them the right information but instead of not believing anything said to them from the get go. Always a losing proposition to both people

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Office culture and how people look at their workday are important. There is a level of fear that has overtaken the family kind of company it used to be. Sharks everywhere. Does it really need to be that way? Yes, you must change to stay alive, but the overturn in employees is costing you a fortune. It could be so different. The values are there and there are plenty of people who share them so you have that going for you, but the exit of leadership is not a good sign.

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    Disapproves of CEO