- 24th Street Healthcare Associates LLC16.Aug 2019
Best of the Best
Support from management
Yes, it encourages us to work as a team to yield a certain goal.
Freedom to work independently
Yes because with truth we can accomplised our task
Yes I communicated very well
Yes because they are our mother.
Attitude towards older colleagues
Yes because you give respect to whom respect is due
Overall compensation for your work
Office / Work Environment
Yes because I enjoyed many benefits
Much challenging because I don't have rime for my family.
Inclusive / Diverse
Yes we supported different opinion to take the company's reputation high
Suggestions for improvement
- I am always trying to look at what I can do for a company. If there isn’t anything that needs improvement- I feel there is very little I can help accomplish. This company is very good at what it does. Customers are happy with the services provide- and employees are happy with the work. It may seem like a perfectly functioning entity. However- I feel the company could be better at its use of social media. This is a fantastic way to connect with current and future customers.
What I like about the company
Ensuring a positive patient experience is a high priority for healthcare organizations, and for a good reason. A satisfied customer is more likely to return following a good hospital experience, and that is critical for a healthy hospital revenue cycle.But a positive patient experience is difficult to achieve, even in the most ideal of settings. Doctors can struggle in the primary care office to pinpoint exactly what a patient wants from an office visit, and providers often grapple with different priorities that distinguish patient satisfaction from patient experience.In the specialty care space, those complications remain, but with one added foil: patients are fearful because they don’t know what they’re in for during an appointment.That’s usually the situation in radiology departments, where patients are confused about their impending diagnoses and fearful of the tests that lay ahead, according to Jennifer Kemp, MD, MB, FACR, a diagnostic radiologist and a body imaging subspecialist at Denver-based Diversified Radiology.“When a patient walks into a primary care office, she knows what she’s going to encounter,” Kemp explained during an interview with PatientEngagementH
What I dislike about the company
At a past job, I started to have major concerns about the company where I was working. These apprehensions went far beyond my specific job, they related directly to how the business was run and how employees were treated.And, yes—you better bet it’s scary to publicly admit I disliked (and sometimes loathed) the place that provided me with a salary and health benefits. As a naturally optimistic, silver-lining-seeking individual, it just wasn’t a comfortable situation to be in. At all.I found myself complaining incessantly, listing off every single aspect I disapproved of. I did eventually choose to seek employment elsewhere, but it took a long time to make that decision. And, the truth is, even if you’re in a toxic relationship with your place of work, parting ways just may not be in the cards for you any time soon. But hating on the organization non-stop? Well, that can end up leading to one (or more) of these three undesirable situations.
The following benefits were offered to me
- Company24th Street Healthcare Associates LLC
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Current employee
- DepartmentExecutive leadership