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Mike Beninato
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    Pleasant Work Environment

    • Comp & Benefits
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    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - TPF  in  Tinley Park, IL
    Current Employee - TPF in Tinley Park, IL

    I have been working at SPi Healthcare full-time for less than a year


    Management and coworkers are supportive and encouraging. We are given opportunities to use our skills and grow professionally. We share ideas to find the best solutions to problems and help out anyone who is struggling. We take time to get to know each other and laugh to keep our spirits and work energy up.


    Time off for holidays is very limited--just the actual holiday--we don't get the days before Christmas and New Year's and the days after Thanksgiving, Christmas & New Year's off--people are less likely to be as productive on these days anyway so... Pay scales are too low. Mandatory deductions for STD & LTD--should be voluntary. Sick days not taken should be used as an incentive to work by giving an option of a restricted payout if not used. 401k employer match could be higher.

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    So far so good!

    Positive Outlook
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SPi Healthcare Interviews

Updated Aug 23, 2014
Updated Aug 23, 2014

Interview Experience

Interview Experience


Getting an Interview

Getting an Interview


Interview Difficulty


Interview Difficulty




    Third Party Follow Up Manager Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate  in  Tinley Park, IL
    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Tinley Park, IL
    Application Details

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 5 days - interviewed at SPi Healthcare in February 2014.

    Interview Details

    I had not applied for this job. My resume was online and I was contacted by an SPi recruiter, She conducted a thorough phone interview and I was then scheduled to meet with one of the managers. She was very pleasant and easy to talk to. She told me a bit about herself, the company and her role at SPi. She lead the interview in an open ended way which allowed me to share my most relevant work experience in my own manner. Because of that she was able to get a good sense that I knew the industry well and had the skills and experience to do the job. Therefore, she recommended me for the next interview level. I met the director of revenue cycle management. Again, very pleasant down to earth person. She told me about herself and about the client, the volume of work this new business would likely generate, team staffing and structure and expectations for the position. She asked both open ended and direct experience questions. All of which put me at ease. In the end, I was not offered this position, but I was offered the next level below it, TPF at the highest level (Level 4). This level involves not only TPF, but also includes management report creation, leading a team within the team, workflow assignments, work process development and implementation, training TPF and applications software for all team members and supervising in the absence of management. All in all a much better fit for me personally and professionally.

    Interview Questions
    • The most difficult questions involve previous employment and why you are no longer with an employer.   View Answer
    Negotiation Details
    After the interviews, I sent a letter of interest. The negotiation took place on the phone with the recruiter. As stated above, I was not offered the position of manager, but was offered the next highest level to it. I said I would accept that position if there was opportunity for growth not in management, but in teaching and training. I also negotiated for better than the highest end of their pay range for this position, but they declined to give it to me stating that I would have nowhere to go in terms of increases. Not a good reply, but I did end up with the highest end of their pay range.
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Easy Interview

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Website www.spihealthcare.com
Headquarters Springfield, IL
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded 1986
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Finance
Revenue $25 to $50 million (USD) per year

"Dammit Jim, I'm a doctor, not a bill collector!" Freeing up Dr. McCoys across the US from stacks of paperwork, Springfield Service Corporation (SSC) provides revenue management services to the health care industry. Its activities include billing, collections, electronic claims and remittance processing, and business consulting, all the way up to full-service office process outsourcing. Its clients include health systems, physician management services organizations, radiology and oncology practices, and some 4,000 individual physicians and specialists. Founded in 1986, SSC... More

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