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CCS Medical
Revenue Cycle Manager was asked...30 August 2013

Why did you not graduate with a degree ?

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Had to pursue FT employment

I started back to school to learn programming, while I was working for residential mortgage company. I was 35 years old with three kids at home. The focus of work, school and study lead me to find part time jobs which provided income and increased my programming skill set at the cost of time. Time which I devoted more and more to programming rather than class time. I don't have a degree but I am in the top 10 percentage of programming with VBA and hopefully in the near future the R programming language. Less

Piedmont Healthcare

What is your leadership style?

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I teach people how to fish, not give them fish.

Piedmont Healthcare

The Directors and Executive Directors will meet with you first. A few questions and then collectively they will ambush you at once and ask you how much money you make and how much you want to do the job. I was unprepared for this as it has been my experience that this is a conversation between the candidate and HR, especially for all of them to want this personal information with respect to current salary. So be prepared that they will ask. They will do this before the other Managers join the interview.

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I answered that I wanted to be paid competitively for the role based on my experience as well as my Epic certifications. I also wanted to learn more about the role and responsibilities before I could land on a minimum #. Less

Crowe LLP

Look through the data provided and develop some hypothesis/thoughts based on the data. Do you think it is likely that the Emergency Room department is not charging for all the services that are being provided?

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ED levels visits for IP level 4 & 5 appear to be too high. Also critical care seems high for first 30 -74 minutes. I would also question whether ED Nurses are capturing start and stop times and are they capturing each additional hour of IV infusions. For hydration are they capturing the initial hour. Less


Are you a leader or a worker bee?

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Definitely a leader in all that I do be it personal or professional. In my professional life I lead by example. I set high standards and do everything possible to attain it every day. If I fall short, I quickly dust myself off re-assess the situation, learn from my mistake and find a better way to recover. Being a "worker bee", says to me I am here to just do a job and get paid. I like being excited in what I do and improving things daily. Less

Addus HomeCare

How did you implement process improvements in your past rolls. How can you help here.

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Apparently well offer was immediate.

Piedmont Healthcare

Why Piedmont?

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Based on the research that I have performed, this is a fast growing company and I want to be apart of the winning team. Less

Columbia University Irving Medical Center

Can you handle managing difficult employees?

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Surgical Notes

I was asked what do I think is the most important thing to do when onboarding a new client?

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I responded with really taking the time to learn the client, how they respond to emails (time frames, language, etc.) and to really be open to adapting to how they are rather then expecting what you think they should do. Its about working together to create a cohesive team and communication system Less


What motivates you? What is career goal?

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Goals, possible future and benefits

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