HealthPort Jobs in Redwood City, CA

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20 days ago

District Manager, Operations

HealthPort Redwood City, CA

• Set up and manage multiple full-service or clinic route accounts within the district. • Visits customer site and meets with HIM Director (or… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Senior Release of Information Specialist

HealthPort Stanford, CA

and may be required to work with multiple member facilities. Associate must at all times safeguard and protect the patient's right to privacy by… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Release of Information Specialist Clinic Route - Driving Site to Site

HealthPort Hayward, CA

• Ability to drive to multiple sites daily. • Administrative experience in an office setting; previous release of information, medical records… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Release of Information Specialist I

HealthPort Redwood City, CA +2 locations

Ability to effectively use computer software and technology as required by the member facility including Microsoft Word and Excel. Ability to… HealthPort

30+ days ago

Release of Information Specialist II

HealthPort San Jose, CA

Exercises sound judgment and critical thinking skills in the execution of job duties and knows when to ask for guidance and/or share… HealthPort

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HealthPort President and CEO Mike Labedz
Mike Labedz
78 Ratings
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    It's a job that pays the bills.

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    Current Employee - ROI Specialist I in Redwood City, CA
    Current Employee - ROI Specialist I in Redwood City, CA
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    I have been working at HealthPort full-time (Less than a year)


    It's a company where you have to be motivated to learn. You will definitely gain experience in medical records when you work for healthport. I've worked retail for a while and having a decent schedule is definitely a pro.


    The training I received wasn't good. I feel that I had to learn a lot of the procedures on my own. It worked to my advantage because now I know a lot more about ROI. Overtime is okay which isn't necessarily a bad thing, but most of the time we're shorthanded and the main location in Georgia has a high turnover for employees, that definitely says something about a company. I feel that they don't listen to their employees.

    Advice to Management

    Make the training better and make managers easily accessible.

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