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UnitedHealth Group Reviews
Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPHT) in Overland Park:
Pros: positive coworkers
Cons: disgruntled customers
Amazing, I get to help Consumers with their medication needs by making their life easier and less stressful. They are able to get their medications on time and without worry of running out or missing doses.
Medication Coordinator in Topeka:
Pros: Hearing how much I have been able to help consumers with insurance problems, making medication refills and deliveries convenient and saving them money where possible. Plus the benefits of the added support of having someone that they speak to on a regular basis that knows them makes them feel comfortable and have a more personalized approach to the pharmacy needs. I also like being able to work on my own but also have a team and supervisor who is also remotely and available at all times so the support is always there so you never feel alone.
Cons: There's nothing I dislike about UnitedHealth Group.
Registered Nurse (RN), Utilization Review (UR) in Oklahoma City:
Pros: Working from home
Cons: The pay
Information Technology (IT) Director:
I've been at UnitedHealth Group over 13 years and its been a rewarding experience. I have worked in both Optum and UnitedHeathcare segments holding 5 positions, with 10 different managers, and had 3 promotions. Pros include fair pay, pto, benefits, and horizontal & vertical mobility if you are willing to put in the work and aren't afraid to try new things. It is easy to make a career out of an enterprise with 6 x Fortune 100 and 1 x Fortune 200 sized business. When In 2005 UHG was $46B in Revenue and #37 on the Fortune 500 today UHG is over $226B and Fortune #5 that's amazing growth and tremendous opportunities it creates. UHG isn't done growing by a long shot. Other pros include genuinely caring for customers, communities, and they really are trying to make healthcare better for everyone. Cons include standard big company processes that need improvement, constant reorgs and changes so if you like steady state or are faint-hearted your in for a surprise. Like most companies your happiness at work will depend a lot on how much you and your manager get along.
Medical / Health Claims Examiner in Frederick:
Pros: I can work from home
Cons: Health care benefits
Senior Tax Specialist in Minnetonka:
Pros: Challenges of bringing on M&A and merging the new payroll into our existing one.
Patient Services Coordinator in Binghamton:
Pros: My coworkers
Cons: The pay scale and communication is terrible
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