Triage is one of the nation’s leading hospital revenue review consultancies, with offices in San Francisco and Atlanta. We are a dedicated and energetic team of over 500 talented and highly-educated professionals who work with hospitals across the United States. Since our inception, Triage has identified and recovered over $3.2 billion in lost revenue for some 600 hospital clients. We offer comprehensive payment review and recovery services that go beyond the capabilities of most firms. In parallel with recovering revenue, Triage offers risk minimization training and consulting tailored to our clients’ requests.
The Role of an Associate
As a Triage Associate, your work day will involve a myriad of activities. Responsibilities include identifying underpayments and uncovering the source of the lost revenue. You will work directly with insurance carriers to recover payments for hospitals, through both phone and written correspondence. As underpayment issues and trends are analyzed, you will help generate reports that quantify our findings and present tangible recommendations to the client. New associates rotate projects every five months during the first year, allowing for a variety of challenges and experiences. Associates are encouraged to participate in responsibilities outside of our Comprehensive Payment Review services. For instance, they are asked to plan a social responsibility event or lend a hand with recruiting.
Triage’s dynamic and close-knit culture is one of our most distinguishing characteristics. We embrace a positive teamwork mentality and seize opportunities to enjoy and recognize our colleagues. Triage’s social calendar is packed with events ranging from teambuilding events to baby showers and engagement celebrations, all with the same objective of connecting our employees and instilling fun and camaraderie in the workplace. Triage is also committed to impacting our community partners and the environment where our employees live and work. This commitment is demonstrated by granting every employee 8 hours of paid Volunteer Time Off (VTO).
Triage and UC San Diego
Triage hires candidates from all majors, although we tend to generally recruit students with a Management Science or Economics degree. We focus our recruiting efforts on students who are well-rounded in their collegiate experience. Thus, leadership experience within campus organizations and extra-curricular activities is viewed favorably. This quarter we’re currently looking to hire candidates for the following positions:
- Associate – An entry-level full time position for qualified candidates to start between June and November, 2017 (see here: triage-consulting-group-associate-consultant for more details).
- Summer Intern – A 3-month Internship for Summer 2017, must be summer before Senior Year (see here: triage-consulting-intern for more details).
- Are you working on an innovative idea that relates to the environment (comes from, inspired by, or directly impacts nature) that might have market appeal?
- Do you want to turn your idea into a commercially viable product?
- Would you like some seed funding to help you get started?
Enter the Triton Innovation Challenge today!
The competition is open to all UCSD students, staff and faculty. Application and Executive Summaries are due by 8AM on October 17th!
See the flyer: flyer-tritoninnov
Apply here: tritoninnov-app-2016
…or visit http://rady.ucsd.edu/ciid/triton-innovation-challenge/ for more information.
Don’t miss your chance to compete for $11,000!
There’s a new course offering at UCSD Extension that may be of interest to current students at UC San Diego called: Directed Studies in the Recruiting Process.
This class will introduce students to recruiting practices and the perspectives and activities of the HR department, the hiring manager, and the job seeker. The course will also look at special considerations present in the recruiting and hiring of workers in the U.S and abroad.
After completing this course, students will be able to answer the following questions:
- What are commonly used recruiting devices?
- How do employers plan for and conduct recruiting activities?
- How does a job seeker prepare to find a job?
- How can a job seeker leverage knowledge of the recruiting process to increase the odds of securing employment?
This is a three-day intensive course running on October 14, 15, and 21 beginning at 9:00 a.m. and ending at 4:00 p.m. each day. Anyone interested can enroll by clicking here. Current and former UC San Diego students, can also receive an additional $50.00 off the tuition fee with the discount code: “UCSDstudent”
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Bobby Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cisco Focus Day
October 4th, 2016
11:00am – 3:00pm
Qualcomm Conference Center
Cisco is excited to be on UCSD campus this fall! We will be on campus recruiting for Internship and Full-Time Software Engineering and Business Analyst positions primarily in our San Jose, CA and Research Triangle Park, NC offices. Make sure to stop by and see how Cisco is expanding our technology solutions in the mobile, cloud, security, IT, and big data spaces – including software and consulting services. Your career has exponential possibilities at Cisco!
We are inviting you exclusively to apply for our upcoming Cisco Focus Day on October 4, 2016! Based on your qualifications and eligibility for the position, if you do get selected to be interviewed at this event, we will send you a confirmation email with the details of the interview time and the interview location. This will enable you to get on our potential talent pool of candidates to be considered for positions much earlier to a career fair.
Please ensure that you apply specifically on Port Triton for this event. Look for this:
In addition, please also apply on Cisco website. It is very pertinent that you follow these 2 steps in order to move your application quicker in the process.
Here are the links to the job postings on Cisco website.
Please feel free to go ahead and apply!
Software Engineer Intern:
Business Analyst Intern:
Big Ideas is an annual innovation contest that provides funding, support, and encouragement to interdisciplinary teams of undergraduate and graduate students who have creative solutions to address important social challenges. Each year, the contest awards up to $300,000 in prizes. Since its founding in 2006, the competition has inspired over 1,300 student-led projects aimed at solving the world’s most pressing problems.
Online Information Sessions (Pacific Time)
September 27 – 6:00pm | October 12 – 3:00pm
Watch online on our website
Wondering if your idea is a good fit for the contest? Chat with a Big Ideas advisor!
Apply for AfterCollege Scholarships
AfterCollege Scholarships are awarded to current students who stand out as future superstars in their field.
Create a concise, yet impactful, profile showcasing your talents and passion for your field of study, and you could be the next recipient!
Next Deadline: September 30th
A position with Caesars Entertainment Corporation is a great opportunity for both undergraduate and graduate students who are looking for a promising future in hospitality industry and/or an analytics career!
Caesars Enterprise Analytics 2016 Campus Recruiting just started and will have their UCSD campus visit and Information session on Wednesday, Sept. 28 7:30-8:30PM.