I have been working at Medical Services of America full-time (More than a year)
Learn more about insurance and billing, how to put equipment together. You are more behind the scenes with talking to patients, instead of speaking with them face to face.
Pay is average. They require you to do more for less pay. Also, they inform you of changes last minute. You're out of the loop a lot.
Advice to Management
Inform employees of new changes, that way we aren't surprised when something happens.
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Medical Services of America (Richmond, VA) in May 2016.
I was originally contacted for a phone screen from their internal recruiter. Upon completion, I was scheduled for an interview at their office with a 3 person panel. The process seemed like they were going through the motions, but not interested in really being there. I felt like I was the one asking all the questions, because they did not have a lot of input. I was told to fill out an application before we even went into our meeting, which is usually only requested, when the managers have a good idea that they will be hiring you, as it requests your social security number and driver's license number. I followed up with the internal recruiter but never heard back from any of them. Very unprofessional.
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