Current and former employees report that Mount Sinai Health System provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“Best: everywhere in NYC, doctors are great. Worst: dental insurance”
“hours are accrued and a mediocre amount of time off given”
“many discounts offered in programs”
Not terrible but also expensive if you are not local and using their docs
Flexibility, no clock in or clock out, good management
Discounts to games, broadway shows, etc. Also a membership with corporate deals.
Health insurance is great. Mount Sinai doctors are great, covering different specialties.
Plan Operation Associate
Good morning! I would love to get into provider credentialing, but all employers I've looked at want at least 3 years of experience. So, I'm looking at Provider Network Coordinator roles, because I'm finding some of those roles don't need AS MUCH experience. I'm a RHIT, and have been working in healthcare for nearly 10 years. Anyone know who might be looking for a network coordinator?
Utilization Review Specialist
I don’t know what to make of this. I’ve been out of work and interviewing for 3.5 weeks now. I feel like they go really well, then I get, we will call you and let you know we have a couple other candidates. Then poof nothing. SMH…I am very skilled and would be a great benefit for someone. Has anyone else run into this problem? Please any advice would help. Thanks so much.
Non union, pto, insurance (hefty premium for family)
Lots of in-network options at Mount Sinai
Company gives you a total of 29 PTO days.
Great 401k match, amazing health benefits if you use Sinai health systems for your visits. They have good discounts on many services as an employee and you can get good broadway tickets as well
Benefits is really good and great insurance
Best is the amount of time off. Also great that there is a contribution to retirement AND a match depending on which part of the system you work for. Health insurance is Ok, maternity benefits are impossible to navigate which is ironic as we work for a health care system. Non union have benefits like free therapy (with social workers) , some education benefits which is good. NO WAY TO GET A RAISE and they say 3% bumps (which are not every year) are based on performance. So sad