ANY Case Managers at United Health? - page 2
by jk82 11,511 Views | 20 Comments
Hi all, I'm wondering if I can get some input from anyone that works or has worked as a case manager at Unitedhealth group. I am interviewing for a cm position that involves field visits as well as telephone case... Read More
- 0Mar 5, '13 by lovinlife11I can't warn you enough, I read bad reviews before I started working there and took them with a grain of salt and took the job anyway (was desperate to get off night shift and 12 hour shifts), I learned a lot but it was a very stressful year. Did you end up getting the job?
- 0Mar 12, '13 by sosoQuote from jk82I'm in Texas and its not that bad. I'm in the field so I'm not clocking in when I sign in. It is a lot of paperwork and most times feels like your not really doing "real" case management because a lot of it is assessing people to see if they qualify for help with their ADLs/IADLs and over half of them are lying about what they can do. Stressful at times as they are always changing procedures and expect you to keep up.Hi all,
I'm wondering if I can get some input from anyone that works or has worked as a case manager at Unitedhealth group. I am interviewing for a cm position that involves field visits as well as telephone case management....and eventually it can be a work from home position.
Any interview advice as well as information on details of the position would be greatly appreciated!
- 0Mar 17, '13 by onegoodnerveActually I just got a call this afternoon(yes on a Sunday!), I called the recruiter back, but he wasn't in his office..Still haven't completely made up my mind. On one hand, I would love to gain the knowledge and experience and take it somewhere else after a year or two, but I don't want to go from bad to worse. DECISIONS!!
- 0Mar 26, '13 by winchaBe forewarned they have been doing a lot of layoffs. If you make your calls, do your job, engage members it really is not a hard job. Hopefully they will not outsource to the Phillipines like WellPoint. You should be able to work from home after you make your metrics. Starting PTO is 23 days also. You can also buy their stock at a lower rate.Last edit by wincha on Mar 26, '13 : Reason: Typo
- 0Apr 10, '13 by Nurse-zineUnited Healthcare is awful! You can wait on the phone for an hour, and then get put on hold again. Then they give you an auth. number, only to get a tongue lashing when you call back with clinical reviews.
Maybe Independent Health or Univera could give them some tips on streamlining their process