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2 days ago

Business Claims Report Programmer – new

Kaiser Permanente Denver, CO

Gathers business reporting requirements, develops & automates business reports from various applications; develops, maintains & administers… Kaiser Permanente

20 days ago

Physical Therapy Assistant

Kaiser Permanente Denver, CO

• Provides physical therapy treatment, as directed by a Registered Physical Therapist, to restore body function and strength, relieve pain and… Kaiser Permanente

14 days ago

**Licensed Practical Nurse

Kaiser Permanente Denver, CO +2 locations

Performs under the supervision of a physician or professional nurse those services requiring the education, training, & experience, as evidenced by… Kaiser Permanente

20 days ago

Project Coordinator

Kaiser Permanente Denver, CO

and applicable regulatory requirements, external laws and accreditation standards. Appropriately reports observed fraud or abuse. Essential… Kaiser Permanente

10 days ago

Centralized Surgery Scheduler

Kaiser Permanente Denver, CO

Coordinates & schedules cases between KP members, surgeons, anesthesiology, external providers, operating room staff, & vendors according to… Kaiser Permanente

12 days ago

Genetic Counselor - Cancer

Kaiser Permanente Denver, CO

• Receives & assesses calls from patients & health care providers regarding cancer genetics. Provides information on accessing program benefits… Kaiser Permanente

2 days ago

Business Configuration Analyst 1 of 2 – new

Kaiser Permanente Denver, CO

Conducts functions of the Business Configuration administration team which includes design, development & testing activities of all components within… Kaiser Permanente

4 hrs ago

Business Configuration Analyst – new

Kaiser Permanente Denver, CO

Conducts functions of the Business Configuration administration team which includes design, development & testing activities of all components within… Kaiser Permanente

22 days ago

Business Consult/Analyst Sr

Kaiser Permanente Denver, CO

• Understand their functional area business processes and assigned area. • Independently initiates… Kaiser Permanente

26 days ago

Advanced Practice Nurse- Behavioral Health

Kaiser Permanente Denver, CO

• Collects subjective & objective data. Analyzes, reports, & records data. Uses data to identify health care problems & create plan. Prioritizes… Kaiser Permanente

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    Nepotistic, top-heavy

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Denver, CO
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Denver, CO

    I worked at Kaiser Permanente


    - excellent benefits package.
     - if you prefer a union job, they're heavily unionized. get promoted just for continuing to show up; no need to be competent.
     - reasonably convenient site locations.
     - a good 'big name' to put on your resume, but not a good place to work long-term, unless you're in upper management, or have friends who are.


    this is one of the most nepotistic companies I've ever worked for. both hiring and promotion are based not on merit but upon politics, and facetime. management is of the type that spouts geysers of the latest corp-speak buzzwords, largely empty of any meaning, and fail to follow through on any promises. managers show up to work as and when they feel like it, and why justify your comings and goings to the best buddy who hired you, anyway?
    much-touted employee incentives end up being chiefly for the benefit of middle- or upper- management - for example, performance goals set by management are achieved by rank-and-file employees, who then receive the signal reward of watching managers get large bonuses, while they *might* be graciously allowed to wear jeans for a week. donna lynne is deliberately isolated from the actual ground-level working of the division; she's about as relevant, and about as useful, as a princess in an ivory tower.

    if you're a union employee, you exchange any hope of expanding your skillset or job role for the relative assurance of a continuing paycheck - although if you misstep, upset the wrong member of management, et c., the union is largely useless to protect you, since they cannot go on strike. all hope of merit- or achievement-based advancement is right out the window, of course, as the management are actively hostile to union employees. and the nail that sticks out, of course, gets hammered down, with metronome-like regularity.

    let's not even talk about the technology level-- no, i changed my mind: it's one of the most important pieces of the trainwreck. you can expect to try to work on computers that were current when 14.4 Kbaud was a slamming fast internet connection. proprietary programs are either dos or rickety contraptions purchased at truly horrifying fees from outside contractors who in most cases never finished developing the software. IT workers are typical surly, unhelpful union employees, and IT policies are some of the most restrictive and actively counterproductive i have ever seen, and i AM an IT worker. work stoppage issues related to obsolescent equipment failures, obsolescent application crashes, network/firewall malfunctions, internet access/counterproductive firewall restrictions, are not frequent but constant, and are addressed very slowly if at all. and unless you're management, the telecommuting policy is frankly nonexistent.
    the environment, infrastructure, policies aren't even *close* to compliant with twenty-first century standards. it's a wonder anyone gets anything done at all. the only technology which functions well is the website, and that's because it's both designed and maintained out of california.

    do you wonder what's wrong with healthcare in this country? look no farther than Kaiser Permanente's administration. too many managers getting paid too much to push papers around their desks and finding new ways to look busy.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    get real. fire the half of your buddies that are (a) functionally illiterate, (b)questionably competent, or (c) terminally lazy, and spend a month doing real work on the ground level so that you have some idea of what your respective department actually does in real life.

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