Mission: Integrity, Innovation and Results. Three words are at the core of every decision we make and every action we take.
At PracticeMax, we strive to maintain a culture where integrity is not just a word but a way of life, where innovation is recognized and ...
I worked at PracticeMax full-time (More than 3 years)
PracticeMax is one of the largest privately-held healthcare revenue cycle and practice management companies in the country with a very aggressive and successful growth strategy. While I was employed, the company acquired and successfully integrated four billing companies and one technology firm.
PracticeMax utilizes proprietary data analytics and dynamic reporting to analyze key metrics, identify trends, and enhance physician practice performance. The platform includes a robust denial monitoring feature that analyzes denials by payer, denial reasons, number of denied claims and percentage of total claims.
Its leadership consists of a seasoned group of industry experts that collaboratively work with employees to ensure customers receive seamless turn-key practice management services.
Employees are valued, well-trained, and mentored with best industry practices. There is considerable opportunity for career growth for dedicated employees that demonstrate a solid work ethic, including advancement into senior positions.
I have learned a great deal while working at this company, and have leveraged the lessons learned to advance my career outside the company.
I strongly recommend PracticeMax for hard working individuals that are looking to learn best practices, advance their career, and increase their marketability within the industry
Great place for professionals and career-minded individuals. I would not recommend to those simply looking for a paycheck.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at PracticeMax (Scottsdale, AZ) in August 2016.
The interview process itself was a positive experience. It is what came after the interview that makes this a company that in my opinion should be avoided if you are interested in Software Development or Business Intelligence. I received an offer letter, I went through a recruiter. I was ready to take the job until I noticed the following clause in my offer letter.
"By signing this offer letter, you agree that should your employment with PracticeMax end due to your voluntary resignation before you have completed twelve months of employment with PracticeMax, you will reimburse PracticeMax in the amount of $12,000 for expenses incurred by PracticeMax to hire you, prorated based upon your length of service(1/12 of 12,000 for each month short of 12 months of service as of your termination date)"
Each person can decide what they think this means and form their own opinion, it is my opinion that though this may be legal in the eyes of the law, my opinion is that this practice is unethical.
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