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Supplemental Health Care San Mateo, CA

- Prepare cost estimates and justifications for budget recommendations; monitor and control expenditures to ensure the accomplishment of objectives… HealtheCareers

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RN, Case Management, Director

Supplemental Health Care San Mateo, CA

RN - Case Management - Clinical Resource Manager II - NORTHERN CALIFORNIA This position has Program Oversight for Case Management and Social Work… Supplemental Health Care

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Supplemental Health Care President & CEO Janet Elkin
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    Well structured company

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    The structure of Supplemental Healthcare is great. You have all that you need to succeed. The company builds most of it's internal solutions- IT, training, etc. So that creates opportunities for movement within. Also, management does truly exercise and open-door policy. Your concerns (if any) will always be heard.


    The industry itself is subject to inconsistency. Also, the structure in place will only excel if you have the right people on your team. The teamwork nature of the job is essential. The incorrect team mix can be hard on an individual who personally excels.

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    The focus on numbers (revenue) is of course important. It's how employees keep their jobs. However, I would love if there was more continual process strategy happening. The industry is very inconsistent, but performance quotas are not. I think a more strategic look at specific situations will help managers initiate better plans. As it stands, management instructs to increase "productivity" numbers that may not necessarily be the value-added effort to solve a problem. I just think management gives process improvement answers too quickly, not allowing time to truly assess issues to come up with the best quality solutions.

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