TeamHealth Benefits FAQ

Read what TeamHealth employees think about benefits at the company.

The most popular benefits at TeamHealth include Health Insurance, 401K Plan and Vacation & Paid Time Off. If you want to see a full list of benefits and perks at TeamHealth listed by categories, head to their Benefits page. From insurance, health and wellness to vacation and more, find out what you could benefit from when working at TeamHealth.

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February 24, 2021

What are perks and other benefits like at TeamHealth?

Pros

Great perks a totally amazing benefits

Cons

Wish I stayed with TeamHealth

Great perks a totally amazing benefits

February 24, 2021

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November 12, 2020

What is health insurance like at TeamHealth?

Pros

the pay is good until you have to pay the company back in three months if health insurance rejects billing

Cons

poor work-life balance, poor support

Advice to Management

to many changes

the pay is good until you have to pay the company back in three months if health insurance rejects billing

November 12, 2020

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March 5, 2021

Does TeamHealth pay for professional licenses?

Pros

Management advocates for employees. You can tell they really care and want the best for us. The company is very APC friendly.

Cons

Recently has made a lot of cut backs. No longer reimburse for licenses and certifications plus CME money was cut. Also they no longer pay for benefits unless you’re grandfathered in.

No longer reimburse for licenses and certifications plus CME money was cut.

March 5, 2021

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October 31, 2020

Does TeamHealth offer disability insurance?

Pros

Benefits were decent but you have to pay for them

Cons

So many I can’t name them all. I worked my butt off. That's what I was raised to do. I sacrificed a lot for this job and the last year of it my health suffered more than I realized. Ultimately, the job nearly killed me. When it was nearly killing me, all I was told was "concentrate," "if you don't do better, you'll be terminated," or "you're doing it wrong." I'm almost certain now that policies regarding coding aren't legal. QA errors are probably do not mean a chart isn't coded wrong, which means a coder is dinged for something that might not even be coded wrong if the charts were audited by the state or federal government. It's impossible to fit into whatever club keeps you from being fired or treated like crap here. You either have to smoke or kiss a lot of butt. Unfortunately, I don't do either. Despite my health failing, I only called in sick 3 days. One of those days was two days before I was admitted to the ICU in liver failure. I was fired 12 weeks later. It didn't matter that my work performance had failed because my brain was damaged from a severe illness. They didn't care. I didn't belong to one of the "clubs." HR has no clue about anything. They told me to file for unemployment while I was still on short-term disability, which is technically fraud. Then they lied to the state unemployment office and said I quit. They never even acknowledged that my physician stated I was disabled. It proved not only that the management had no clue about my illness, but that the management of coding had no clue at all about medical terminology. One of the coders in that department coded my ER visit when I was admitted to the ICU. It showed how bad my condition was. I don't even remember my last four months working at TeamHealth, because I lost my memory in a coma. But they didn't care.

Advice to Management

You may want to consider when you’re firing an employee and she’s on short-term disability that she may actually be disabled. Have compassion. You’re supposed to be a healthcare company. Part of a doctor’s oath is to do no harm. With management not even understanding a fellow co-workers illness and HR being blind to the law regarding disability, that has done a lot of harm to me and my family. Any manager who needs to know medical terminology who doesn't comprehend that a fellow co-worker's diagnosis likely has effects on her brain has no business either in management or the department she is working in. It means she is ignorant about the medical profession and doesn't need to be employed at TeamHealth period.

term disability, which is technically fraud.

October 31, 2020

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August 13, 2020

What is the retirement plan like at TeamHealth?

Pros

Great team great management 401k match

Cons

Benefits was a little expensive

Great team great management 401k match

August 13, 2020

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