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3 days ago

Medicare Biller – new

Healthcare Resource Group Redwood City, CA

of Medicare Billers include: • Collecting paymentS on hospital accounts in a timely manner. • Ensuring that all accounts are processed in an… CareerBuilder

3 days ago

Patient Financial Services Manager – new

Healthcare Resource Group Redwood City, CA

• The position is involved in many management activities including short and long range planning processes, budget development and implementation… CareerBuilder

3 days ago

Medical Billers - Oakland – new

Healthcare Resource Group Concord, CA

of Medicare, Medi-Cal and Commercial Billers include: • Produce and send daily bills to government and commercial payors within policy time… CareerBuilder

3 days ago

Patient Financial Services Supervisor – new

Healthcare Resource Group Concord, CA

• Supports loading and auditing of expected reimbursement system and works with vendor to track and resolve any issues. • Follows processes and… CareerBuilder

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Colleen Hays
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    Overall leadership is incompetent and cronyism reigns supreme.

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    Former Employee - AR Specialist  in  Spokane Valley, WA
    Former Employee - AR Specialist in Spokane Valley, WA

    I worked at Healthcare Resource Group full-time for more than a year


    Schedule was somewhat flexible and the nature of the business meant that you could potentially be moved to different projects regularly, allowing for professional development opportunities. The company invested a lot of time and money into teambuilding exercises and committees such as health and wellness.


    Inappropriate jokes and all around unprofessional behavior was common throughout management. Favortism determined annual raises and promotions more than actual performance in most departments. High turnover rate. Very political work environment.

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    Reconsider the performance of management at every level and look at the patterns. Those departments with high turnover and rumors of leadership playing favorites are telling you something.

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