As one of the premier companies in cancer care, Cancer Treatment Centers of America hire many different medical professionals to staff its hospitals. CTCA also hires many other types of professionals to run its hospitals such as customer service personnel, accountants, administrators, office managers, and more. It takes a lot of people to run a hospital with many different specialties.Cancer Treatment Centers of America gets good reviews as an employer. They offer a good work/life balance and pay competitive compensation as well as benefits. Job security and advancement potentials are also rated quite positively when it comes to how CTCA treats its employees.
CTCA currently pays $31.79 an hour on average to registered nurses working at their hospitals. Patient care technicians earn about $15 an hour while schedulers earn slightly more at $15.06 an hour. Information specialists can expect almost $78,000 a year as compensation while coding specialists earn a bit over $53,000 a year. Reconciliation specialists earn about $38,600 a year. Accounting managers can expect an average salary of almost $99,000 a year.CTCA was founded in 1988 with a mission to take a patient-centered approach when it comes to treating people who have been diagnosed with cancer. Each of their five regional hospitals takes an integrated approach which involves personalized medicine matched with a team that helps patients with the side effects cancer treatment has.
They use cutting-edge technology at CTCA such as genomic tumor assessments. Since they work exclusively with cancer patients they have a 100% focus on this disease and how to cure people of it. Getting treated for cancer can be very complicated. There is a myriad of things to keep track of such as doctor appointments, prescription drugs, visits with clinicians, medical records, filing for disability, and so on. Each patient is assigned with a CTCA care manager who personally helps them manage all of this. The care manager is tasked with guiding a patient through the entire process and making sure everything is coordinated. They also do things like explain medical jargon and answer any questions that the patient or their loved ones may have.
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