Medical Collector (Former Employee) – Columbia,Sc – 13 August 2016
They make you believe you get variable pay if work over your 40 account. The truth is, you get pennies on every $30,000 you bring in!Smh ,also they have a HIGH turn-over rate!! You work so hard for only $11.00 hr with a 30 minutes break ! DONT talk about insurance from this company, $97.00 a week /$6,025 deductible, you bring home $361.00 a week? ? How do you suppose to live after $97.00 has been ded?? I will never recommend this company !!!
Low wages, High -Turn over rate, short lunch, High insurance
Medical Collector (Former Employee) – Columbia, SC – 18 May 2016
I was a Medical Collector for a year and a half. The best thing is getting off early on Fridays. This job is not stable. HR and the upper level employees are sheisty. You work 40 accounts everyday from top to bottom for little to nothing. You only get 80 hours of PTO. If you miss any days you're expected to make up time. If you're sick, even if you have an excuse you still get written up. You are constantly being micro managed as if you're a child. It's about who you know at this place. Avoid it at all costs if you can!
Medical Collector I (Current Employee) – Columbia SC – 21 October 2015
Very productive place. I wish we had an hour for lunch instead of 30 minutes and better pay an hour. I have learned more about what the debts are of a collector. I have great co-workers. The most enjoyable part of my job is the data entry part.
Subject Matter Consultant , IT (Current Employee) – Columbia, SC – 16 September 2015
They provide good avenues to improve oneself. The Jobs are varied and fit many new members into the job pool. They have some upper level positions but often times it you almost need to fit a niche to fall into it.
Collector I (Current Employee) – Columbia, SC – 15 July 2015
It's a job, it's not difficult or an overall bad place to work. The management is very uncoordinated they do not really have a mind set for their employees. Unless you are in upper management you are completely disregarded. There is very little training if you can not pick up on operations quickly (a week) this is not the place for you. They say it is easy to be promoted but they lie to keep you working harder.
Training classes were horrible, material and job duties were not thoroughly explained. People were fired after job assignments were completed. Gave 2 weeks notice and management asked me to leave before completing 2 weeks.
Medical Collector (Former Employee) – Columbia, SC – 19 June 2015
Let me start off with this, they are liars and manipulators. They tell you one thing in the interview and then you find out that it is mostly, if not complete, lies. Do not work here and if you choose to, then be warned. They will dangle incentives in front of your face and then at the end of the month, will find some way not to give it to you. 90 percent calling insurance companies, unrealistic standards to meet, terrible HR Department, and managers that won't even introduce themselves and walk around with a chip on their shoulders. Bogus, don't waste your time.
leave early on Friday and watch people sprint for that door as if their lives depended on it
horrible place to work, short break and lunch times, management is incompetent
this could actually be a great company to work for, but there is very little training, there's more now than there ever has been, management just expects you to know what your doing, and you are treated like a child, don't let life happen because you will be fired.... If you are on FMLA be careful they will find or create a reason to get rid of you, AM can't greet you as if they are queens galivating around the office, acting like your are little people and they are big people, last but not least, collector 1 & 2, we bring In the money, do all the hard work, never hear a good job or well done while everyone whom is doing absolutely nothing gets the credit and the money.... Variable pay is BS!!!!!! But hey it's a job and you will get a check so if this is what you need verses a career, go for it.
its a job
dont expect to get paid for what you do, trained, respected, appreciated, pat on the back.
Unprofessional, no work life balance, below average benefits
prefer not to say (Current Employee) – Columbia, SC – 13 March 2015
I would recommend this company for experience only. There is zero work life balance, no benefits for 6 months and even then they are minimal. No real bereavement policy. Only given 1 1/2 days unless it is a Friday and then you only get 6 hours Once you are permanent. If you are still under 6 months or less no bereavement and it counts as an unplanned unexcused. You will also have to make up any time. Policies are unrealistics and there is zero job security. Out of my training class of about 30 people there are 7 of us left.
At this company a tardy is not only coming in 1 minute late but also leaving early is also a tardy. Doctors excuse means nothing. Since you did not plan it 48 hours in advance you are subject to being written up. Who can plan when they will be sick? As a result, people are constantly sick at work for the fear of being fired, so in return everyone ends up getting sick.
Lack of communication within teams so you always will get a different answer. Those that are real PWC employees are great but those that are VBO such as analysts are a different story! Be prepared to hear them speak to others as though they or possibly yourself is a child.
I guess I will save the rest for the next reviewer.
leave early on Fridays, good coffee, PWC management
short breaks, unrealistic attendance policy, limited benefits, lack of professionalism
MEDICAL COLLECTOR 1 (Current Employee) – Columbia, SC – 18 February 2015
Recruiting Solutions is a company that hires quickly and provides good jobs. Working in the call center has its pros and cons. Being able to work at your own pace and little to no micro managing is a plus. But the cons for me would be the short lunch break of 30 minutes and the 6 month waiting period before permanent hire on.
Ability to work on your own pace
Short breaks and 6 months before permanent hire or benefits
Medical Billing and Collection Specialist (Former Employee) – Columbia, SC – 14 July 2014
.Billing medical claim to insurance company to processing .Making adjustment on medical account to bring account current .Adjusting payment from primary insurance to secondary insurance for payments .Filing claim with correct payer for processing .Send patient letter to updated insurance for correct bill cycles .Rebilling medical claim that has denial codes .Taking unpaid balance and forward to patient for payment