Im a RN and took on a new role working in Home Health. I chose this position because My husband & I recently moved to PA with our 2 kids (1&3), with no family available for his residency program with a hospital. If you know that life, I’m pretty much the main parent for our kids. I don’t want to work in the hospital/floor work anymore; nor do I believe the hrs are flexible enough. I need a job that’s flexible for the kids but pays >$44/hr. Maybe remote or hybrid? Please help w/ suggestions.
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There are many reasons why the current atmosphere for clinicians is a total shit show. What irks me the most is when companies say they treat everyone like “family” but do things like micromanage you or treat you like crap. Currently work for Legacy as a DPT and when my contract is up in a couple of months I’m out of there! Stay away from this company.
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ProsI’ve been happy about my work ever since I started working here. As a newbie, I’ve had no prior knowledge of this industry or medical billing, yet I’ve managed to learn, grow, and advance and build a
ConsThe company is always growing, so make sure you can get the best out of the new opportunities that come to you.
I applied online. The process took 1 week. I interviewed at National Medical Billing Services (Saint Louis, MO)
InterviewThe interview process was the best I’ve ever seen. I had one phone screening where HR described the nature of the job, asked me a few very basic questions about my skills and interests, and answered any questions I had. Very quickly after that was my actual interview with the person I would be working directly under; no form questions here! He sat down with me and obviously had already read my resume and knew what skills I would bring to the table. We discussed the actual job and what I was looking for in a position to make sure it would all be a good fit. All the questions were tailored to me and felt relevant, I didn’t wait more than 2-3 minutes for my interview to start, and everyone was very friendly and made me feel like my time was valued and I was important to them. It was incredibly refreshing to feel like the company was valuing me before I even started.
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...The company offers comprehensive benefits and competitive pay....
February 4, 2022
Employees rate National Medical Billing Services 4.2 out of 5 stars based on 371 anonymous reviews on Glassdoor.
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