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MedOptions Overview

Old Lyme, CT
501 to 1000 employees
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Company - Private
Health Care Services & Hospitals
$50 to $100 million (USD) per year
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MedOptions (www.medoptionsinc.com) partners with skilled nursing and assisted living facilities across the country to provide behavioral health services, including memory care evaluations, medication management, and behavioral interventions. Through multidisciplinary teams ... Read more

Mission: We begin each day energized by the belief that all stakeholders: customers, patients and their loved ones deserve and should expect four key things from us; responsiveness, integrity, compassion and the highest quality of care available to those affected by behavioral health ... Read more

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    I have been working at MedOptions full-time

    Pros

    Flexible, fair pay, supportive administrative staff

    Cons

    Working on own and not face to face with team

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MedOptions Interviews

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    The regional director I interviewed with was late. Really late. And didn't even notify me. I thought it was odd anyway that we were meeting at a Panera. But I ended up texting her to make sure I was at the right location. I've never had that experience before, where I had to contact the interviewer due to tardiness. The interview wasn't really an interview, seemed more like she was trying to sell me on the company with the possible salary, benefits, etc. That also seemed odd- no real interview questions. Which also made me think, what kind of quality check are you doing on the staff you are hiring if you don' t ask real questions? Anyway, I also met with a psychologist for a realistic job preview. She was good, nice, seemed knowledgeable. Some of the things she shared made me question the safety of the facility. But the big thing was the salary. The regional director (and recruiter) tried to sell me on stating I could make $60000 part time (2 full days a week). WRONG. The staff actually working there laughed when I shared this. MedOptions is totally misrepresenting the potential financial compensation piece. Felt like a huge waste of time. I don't trust the integrity of this company. I was offered the position but turned it down.

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