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