About Cayaba Care

Cayaba Care is a building support services to reimagine maternity care and create a new standard for healthcare, especially for Black and Brown communities. The US has some of the least favorable outcomes among developed nations and is the only country not to guarantee access to provider home visits and these poor maternal-fetal outcomes disproportionately impact women of color and underserved populations across major US cities. Our team is focused on building technology-enabled solutions to deliver holistic, home-based clinical and non-clinical maternity services that are supplemental to a patient’s primary obstetric care to reduce barriers and improve patient outcomes.

To learn more about Cayaba Care, please visit www.cayabacare.com.


About the Job

We are seeking an experienced business development representative, specialized in engaging with health systems, local providers groups and community organizations to maximize performance within existing partnerships. This role will be responsible for enhancing visibility of the Cayaba Care program, the success of inter company processes driving improved coordination, and building senior level relationships with OB/GYN large practice organizations in the metro Philadelphia  area.


This role will be reporting directly to the Vice President of Sales and Client Management.


What You’ll Do

  • Establish formal engagement strategies to maximize the collaboration with health system practices  ensuring a consistent and robust patient lead volume
  • Build referral relationships with both clinical and non clinical representatives, emphasizing face-to-face contact
  • Initiate and manage health system and practice profiles using referral patterns and data to analyze and report on the performance/ efficiency
  • Share proactive and provider specific performance reports reflecting referral patterns, member enrollment, outcome data and areas for improvement
  • Support conceptual and operational development of referral processes that meet the needs of both the practice locations and the Cayaba Care team 
  • Work in the field to generate high volume and high quality patient referrals from external partner organizations such as doctor offices, hospitals, and community organizations.  


This Role is for you, if you 

  • Thrive in a fast paced, high growth startup environment
  • Someone who can take direction, learn quickly, and work independently
  • Are an organized self-starter, highly motivated, and collaborative who thrives an entrepreneurial environment 
  • Adaptable and comfortable working on multiple projects with quick turnaround times
  • Are motivated by a mission driven organization and passionate about healthcare


What we are looking for

  • Minimum 4 years of direct relationship management/ business development experience with health systems/ practices 
  • Exceptional relationship-building, customer service, problem-solving and communication skills
  • Strong attention to detail and passion for developing a differentiated and consistent brand voice and tone
  • Excellent professional skills including relationship development, organization, oral and written communication, public presentation, and project management experience.  
  • Authorized to work and located in the United States

Additional, nice to haves: 

  • Master's degree in health related field
  • Understanding of Value-Based Care experience
  • Have established relationships and local knowledge of the larger Philadelphia healthcare delivery system


What we offer

  • Hours: Full-Time
  • Location: Philadelphia 
  • Type: Flexible: With Hybrid and Travel Onsite to Health Systems
  • Travel: +50% of the time in local PA and NJ markets
  • Benefits: Health, Dental, Short Term Disability, 401K (No Match) 

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