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14 days ago

NP-Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences Dept.-University Hospital

Indiana University Health Indianapolis, IN

care coordination, evaluation, consultation with physicians and providers throughout University Hospital • Psychiatric experience… HealtheCareers


10 days ago

General Dentist

IU Medical Group Indianapolis, IN

Eskenazi Medical Group is seeking a general dentist to work full time in our Family Practice Community Health Centers in Indianapolis. Eskenazi… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Inpatient or Acute Care Nurse Practitioner

IU Medical Group Indianapolis, IN

Eskenazi Medical Group is seeking a Nurse Practitioner for the inpatient service located at the new Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Hospital. The qualified… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Adult or Family Nurse Practitioner

IU Medical Group Indianapolis, IN

Eskenazi Medical Group is seeking anAdult or Family Medicine Nurse Practitioner for primary carein Indianapolis. Eskenazi Medical Group is a large… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Internal Medicine or Medicine/Pediatric Nocturnist

IU Medical Group Indianapolis, IN

Eskenazi Health Services is seeking a nocturnist to join our expanding hospitalist group at Eskenazi Health System. The incoming physician should be… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Urgent Care Physician

IU Medical Group Indianapolis, IN

Urgent Care Physician, Indianapolis, IN -Eskenazi Medical Group is an IU School of Medicine faculty practice whose physicians practice within… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

COORDINATOR-HIM OPERATIONS

Indiana University Health Indianapolis, IN

This position exists to assist the Manager of HIM Operations with the application-based support and upgrade/implementation of HIM software. The… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Specialist-Revenue Management

Indiana University Health Indianapolis, IN

• Requires strong organizational and interpersonal skills and the ability to work independently. • Requires individual… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

MED TECH II

Indiana University Health Indianapolis, IN

as outlined by management or the laboratory director. QUALIFICATIONS/KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/ABILITIES • Requires one of the following: 1) Bachelor's… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

PHYSICIAN-OB GYN HOSPITALIST

Indiana University Health Indianapolis, IN

• Requires a high level of interpersonal; problem solving and analytical… Glassdoor


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Indiana University Health President & CEO Daniel F. Evans, Jr.
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    Great learning experience - Poor management system

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    Former Employee - Patient Registration Specialist  in  Indianapolis, IN
    Former Employee - Patient Registration Specialist in Indianapolis, IN

    I worked at Indiana University Health full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    IU provides great training that gives employees a leg up on industry standards, protocols, and proper procedures. It could be a stepping stone for learning opportunities for folks considering the medical industry.

    Cons

    Let me make it clear that I am not a disgruntled employee - I am a mature adult sharing my professional opinion of my work experience with IU Health. In all fairness to IU - It is my understanding that department in which I worked has relieved several people of their duties including management, based on conversations I have had with current employees that still work there, but there are still problems. Now for my review
    POOR COMPENSATION: Below average pay for the level of responsibility that is required of patient registration specialist; CAREER OPPORTUNITIES: Opportunities are dependent upon who you know and if your own manager likes you or not regardless of how qualified you are - so if you want to grow or move into other departments - keep your opinions to yourself and suck up to your manager - sucking up or brown nosing is not my style because I prefer to be authentic and genuine and is why I was never successful at moving into other departments and I was certainly qualified for the positions in which I was applying. POOR LEADERSHIP: Incredibly poor management for such a large corporation, they lack the ability to inspire and motivate staff, management is close-minded & unwilling to listen to staff's input on improvement processes or ideas, which makes no sense (since) employees are the ones that do the work & can determine what processes could work more efficiently (senseless duplication of work - wasteful spending), poor management is probably one of the single biggest reason for the high turnover rates - just look at the number of open positions listed on any job site - this should be the first and most obvious clue that their is a problem - In all fairness - this can vary in every department but is still a common issue in my experience; FAVORITISM: I suppose this can happen in any job but it was blatantly obvious within the department I worked in and made the daily processes very difficult - our manager was bipolar and everyone's day depended on her mood - she was particular close to a handful of employees that were chronically late, lazy, and constantly MIA leaving work stations unattended and when reported to leadership - nothing happened and things did not change - except for the person that reported the issue - use your imagination.

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    Whoever is responsible for hiring management or promoting them needs to rethink their strategy and place leaders in place that will be authentic, genuine, and mature enough to accept honest feedback from their staff. For leadership to be effective, they must be willing to serve their own staff, be available, open-minded and genuinely care about them. True leaders are meant to inspire and motivate others to be the best that they can be. I am certain that Dan Evans, Jr is a very busy man but he is ultimately responsible for ensuring IU has the best type of leadership in place if he wants to see the turnover rate decrease, therefore I disapprove of him as the CEO.

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