I have been working at Medversant Technologies full-time
Where to begin...This is my first position in the Healthcare sector and at first I was a little nervous to accept the position. I came from the retail space were you either sell a commodity that doesn’t last long enough or in the buyers eyes, cost way too much.
That said, what I have learned over the last 6 months has given me so much knowledge as to what must happen before a physician is allowed to treat a patient. My company performs services on hundreds of thousands of doctors and actually credentials my family’s general medicine doctor. The steps we put a provider through are surely decreasing consumer risk. Before I started I had no idea companies did this work.
Days are long and when you arrive you need to be ready to get to work. The company has an external call center that takes calls 24/7 to assist providers like my general practicioner get through the credentialing process. My day starts off by having to review and contact providers from the previos day while stil taking inbound calls...It gets a little hairy at times but the day goes by quickly.
Advice to Management
Open up a third shift to help with the load...maybe have one or two assist on call. That would be helpful.
I applied online. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Medversant Technologies (Los Angeles, CA) in February 2016.
Spent over two hours there interviewing with four senior level people (VPs and the CEO) and thought things went well. Left feeling pretty good about the interview. Followed up with Thank You notes and received a, "Thanks, you should be hearing from us soon." response from the CEO. That was a nice way to go into the weekend.
I followed up with a few days later with the person who set up the meeting (she had been very pleasant and responsive) but got no response. Followed up again thinking maybe she was out of the office. Again, no response. Then followed up with VPs also but zero response. After spending over two hours interviewing and having to pay over $20 for parking (they don't validate so make sure you have money for parking) a simple 'Thanks for your time but we decided to go with someone else' would have been appropriate. Unprofessional.
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