ClaimLogiq’s powerful technology to read, review and process complex medical claims for accuracy is lucky to get a shot in the arm by those best qualified to administer it: nurses.
We have a team of six dedicated nurses who have spent careers in various clinical roles and now bring that experience to serve clients navigate claims to make sure they’re medically accurate while containing costs.
Together, they give us around 200 years of combined nursing experience! We celebrate Nurses Week by highlighting these teammates who bring their specialized skills and passion to their work daily.
“I LOVE working here, everyone is amazing”
– One of our nurse teammates
In part one of two, meet three of our nurse teammates who we count on for their clinical expertise, couple with great understanding of what can often be the complex medical billing process.
Jean Easter leads Our diagnostic related group (DRG). She began her nursing career when Gerald Ford was still president. “I chose nursing because I wanted a family while being able to work part-time,” Easter said. “Biology and pathophysiology were my favorite subjects in high school and college, so nursing was a way to follow my passions.”
Jean came to ClaimLogiq in 2019 and loves what she does, calling it “the best last job I’ll ever have.”
Judy Hayes (pictured left) says her years of 40+ years of nursing and current IBill review work makes her wish for a system that “had billing that a customer can actually understand.” Hayes says being a nurse “requires hard work, using mind and muscle. It’s a job where we stop bad things from happening before they happen. We can cry and still go to lunch.”
Kimberly Bennette brings her two decades of nursing work to IBill review.
“I always knew I wanted to care and educate people. I was a hospice nurse for a majority of that, which was truly amazing and emotionally taxing at the same time. So, my career took a different direction, which led me to ClaimLogiq. I LOVE working here, everyone is amazing. What I would want everyone to know is nursing is difficult: people, family and doctors can be very difficult. It’s a calling and every nurse should be thanked for their hard work they do.”
Stay tuned…more insights from our nursing team, coming soon!