The Clinical Review and Appeals Specialist will play a crucial part in collecting, reviewing, and summarizing clinical information, driving effective clinical decisions in a fast-paced environment. Your responsibilities will include ensuring compliance with relevant processes and procedures and conducting medical reviews of insurance appeals.
The IVIG Specialist will engage with various customers involved in the care of chronic illness patients, including doctors, nurses, referral coordinators, and assistants, to promote and sell IVIG therapies. This position is responsible for meeting or exceeding sales goals within the assigned territory by establishing, developing, and maintaining business relationships with key prospects and current customers to generate new business. In addition to traditional prospecting, cold calling, and follow-up on company-generated sales leads, target accounts will be recommended and strategized with other departments. The IVIG Specialist is a field-based, individual contributor sales role.
The Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) will be responsible for providing direct outpatient infusion services under the direction of a physician, ensuring the delivery of high-quality care to patients. They will collaborate with physicians, healthcare facilities, and local health providers to meet the healthcare needs of patients. In this role, the FNP will interpret lab tests and provide essential patient education to promote wellness and disease prevention.
The Infusion Account Executive is responsible for driving sales and business development for the designated territory. Responsibilities also include sourcing new customers and growing and maintaining relationships with existing accounts. Internal and external collaboration and facilitating stakeholder cooperation will be key to success. Customers may include physicians, mid-level prescribers, nurses, social workers, case managers, physician office support staff, pharmacists, health systems, payers, and patient foundations/organizations. The Account Executive must be comfortable calling on customers at all levels, including Senior Leadership and C-suite. The role is a field-based position, and the ideal candidate will be entrepreneurial and thrive in a fast-paced and independent environment.
This Infusion Nurse must demonstrate proficient skills in providing professional nursing care to assigned patients needing intravenous treatment. They will administer intravenous treatments as directed by a physician and determine the appropriate venipuncture and/or catheter site. In addition, they will observe patients’ intravenous treatment, record observations in inpatient medical records, and provide information to patients and families regarding intravenous treatment and procedures.