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Everyone should leave, especially patients. Quadrant

Discussion in 'Pacific Pulmonary Services' started by anonymous, Jun 13, 2017 at 4:29 PM.

  1. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    On May 31st, they sent a HR rep to the Lexington office and told us that would be out last day. All health benefits stopped same day, so people who had meds, or important doctor visits didn't have time to reach out to the doctors. We got one pay check as severance regardless of how many years we had been with the company.
    Quadrant is a company that has no concern for people. If this is how they treat people who have been loyal to this company, imagine what they will be like with the patients. The patients aren't people to them, just money. Any patient with Pacific Pulmonary needs to leave as soon as possible and find a DME provider that actually cares.
    If you are an employee and and have not received notice, most likely they will be kicking you out same day HR decides to make its way to your location. Some people were notified by phone. Unless you can make it on 46% of your pay (after 14% taxes) with unemployment then, you need to start looking for another job asap and make sure to use up any sick time you have.
    If you are a patient, start looking for a DME provider because your are going to be sold to the highest bidder and quality of care is no concern to them. They have you on the auction block. If they treat their patients like their employees, you won't get much notice about the changes to the very thing that keeps your alive, your oxygen.
     
  2. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    If you were a "dedicated" employee the past 3-4 years, you are either in management or part of the problem that led to PPS demise. They have been Toxic for years and anyone with any knowledge of business, abandoned ship years ago.
     
  3. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Quadrant will have the PPS call center out of the US in Singapore, how anti-American is that.
     
  4. anonymous

    anonymous Guest


    Management and corporate were the problem, training was a problem, communication was a problem. PCCs committing fraud was a problem. DOMs, GMs, DSM, putting in pick up tickets, bills of sales and fudging numbers was a problem. The employees who took phone calls, worked on recerts and non-billing were not the problem. Lexington for damn sure was not the problem. We did everything we were suppose to do, also met goal and kept that place going as long as we could. compare number when Lexington was in full function doing all reports and care calls to when they started to break it apart. Maybe if we had actually leaders, then it would not have failed.
    People who were at the bottom of the chain were not there for the pay, we were there because we had patients who needed us. 3-4 years? The FBI raid happened in 2012, so the problem was going on well before that. That was also thanks to some shady PCCs and their managers that let it happen.
     
  5. anonymous

    anonymous Guest


    Is this for real or just a random guess?
     
  6. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Yes it's for real, thank Medicare and Congress for the sh!t show you're seeing
     
  7. anonymous

    anonymous Guest


    PPS never cared about employees either; just a bunch of incompetent middle managers barely smart enough to pull the wool over the eyes of a leadership that soooo wanted success.
    Took Teijin way too long to ditch 'em.
     
  8. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    It’s happened. Customer care has gone down hill, even PCCs trying to get help get an overseas call desk. The lay offs continue and hose left are taking huge cuts in pay and commission. PPS used to have core values, now they have NO values.
     
  9. anonymous

    anonymous Guest