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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Apr 2007
    Anchorage, AK

    Smile re: KForce

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    Would anyone be willing to share their experience, good or bad, regarding working for KForce?

    Hear great things about them.

    Thanks for sharing!

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Apr 2007
    Columbus, Ohio


    i've only heard good things. at one time i was looking to transfer to another state and they were very helpful and tried to place me. luckily, i didn't move to another state but they still call about ever 3 months just to see if i plan on moving and need their help with job placement.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Apr 2007
    hibbing, mn


    ive been in contact with them in the past had an over the phone type interview but the only 3 things i didn't have experience in the job was calling for...bummer..but i just recently got a follow-up call from them too...very impressed

  4. #4


    they call me ever so often too and check in to see if I'm still looking. Very nice people.
    adrianne, cpc

  5. #5

    Default K-force

    I took the test for them and they said I didnt pass but wouldnt tell me on what. So, I asked for a different discipline (physician) and had a panel of my co-workers and CPC teachers take the test and again they said they didnt pass. So I am very skeptical of the methods they are using to grade the tests. At least they could let you know what was actually wrong other than -- YOU DIDNT PASS. I moved on but it did bother me.
    California Cowgirl
    Patient Financial Services Coder

  6. #6


    California cowgirl I would like to know what they are using also. I have not taken the Kforce test but I did take two other test and was told I did not pass and would not tell me why, so I too had my co workers take the test and they got the same answers as I did.

  7. #7
    Join Date
    Apr 2007
    Green Bay Wisconsin

    Smile K Force

    I took their test in the Spring of 2008 and passed. I worked for them for 6 months as a traveling coder. I didn't enjoy being away from home but I did enjoy working for KForce. They were all very nice and very helpful, The only reason I left was that a job became available 5 miles from home and I was able to be home with my husband again. But I'm very glad to have the experience. If anyone has any questions I'd be happy to talk to you.

  8. #8


    I too took the test for KForce and although the didn't say I failed their test they said that "although your scores are respectable they are not good enough" however they would not go into detail about what or why, but said I could retest in 6 months, don't see that happening

  9. #9
    Join Date
    Apr 2007
    Baltimore, MD


    I'm getting ready to take a coding test for an inpatient position where I have never really had any inpatient hospital experience, mainly coded physician and inpatient physician charges so I'm a little nervous. They said their test compairs to KForce's coding exam and Kiwi-Tek's coding exam, so if anyone has any insight or practice tests they can forward to me kabduljabbar1@yahoo.com that would GREAT!! Thanks all!

  10. #10


    I work for KForce, they have been great for me. I was doing remote at home for them until I was in a position where I could travel. They have great pay and good benefits.

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