Account Executive - Home Health - Denton TX

Accentcare Denton , TX 76201

Posted 5 months ago

AccentCare, Inc. is a national post-acute healthcare provider with 45 years of industry experience. We thrive on providing patient-centric care and a warm and personalized experience within our local communities.

Your Success is our Success. We strive to provide new employees with a structured on-boarding process to help you become assimilated quickly, and cutting-edge tools to make your daily work easier and more efficient. We offer extensive training and a wide-array of avenues for continued education and promotional opportunities.

Position: Account Executive (AE)

Reports to: Regional Sales Managers

Job Description/Requirements:

As an Account Executive (AE) you will:

  • Establish and maintain contact with referral sources, hospitals, physicians, case managers and insurance companies.

  • Educate the medical community of clinical programs that improve patient outcomes and allow them to maintain their home environment and participate in on-going assessment of community needs.

  • Participate in developing new business opportunities through community outreach and participate in on-going assessment of community needs.

  • Present disease-specific clinical programs to promote positive patient outcomes.

  • Work closely with the clinical operations team to ensure seamless care transition coordination from an acute care setting to home and assist in developing an agency-wide marketing plan.

Requirements of Qualified Candidates:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Business, Marketing, or equivalent experience preferred.

  • Ideal candidate has medical sales experience in the local market. One (1) year medical sales experience required

  • Home health sales experience preferred

  • Proven track record of success

  • Must be a licensed driver with an automobile that is insured in accordance with state and/or organization requirements and is in good working order

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