Heal is a tech start-up revolutionizing the $2.4 trillion healthcare industry by changing the way everyday Americans see doctors, with doctor house calls. Heal has proven that doctor-house calls can radically improve medical outcomes and save the healthcare industry billions of dollars. The company promises to transform medicine from a factory-like, transactional system into a highly personalized and effective solution wherein doctors can practice what they are passionate about and patients can receive high-quality care in the comfort of their home or workplace.

This is an exciting opportunity to join the founding team of Heal in Atlanta. 

JOB DESCRIPTION

  • Apply your knowledge of the Atlanta map, traffic flows and neighborhoods.
  • Manage the Heal doctors during your on-call shift, being the point person for all doctors, visits, routing, dispatch, and tech troubleshooting.
  • Check in with doctors and medical assistants throughout the day to make sure they are moving efficiently through their routes, executing visits successfully, and not running into any problems in the field.
  • Help troubleshoot any issues that come in from MDs or MAs, triage the issue, and if needed direct to appropriate support team.
  • Every morning, review visits for that day and plot a route for each doctor based on patient needs and doctors specialties.
  • Work with patient support team to make calls to patients for any visit-related questions, concerns, or changes.
  • Manage process for inbound visit requests during the day, rebuilding routes for doctors as new visits come in and other visits are completed.
  • Manage process for adjusting visit times to meet patient specifications, working with customer support team.
  • Manage the next morning’s visit assignments at the end of each day.
  • Manage communications with doctors via phone, messaging app, and email.
  • Follow up on lab/imaging and referral orders each day for patients.
  • Ensure prescriptions are electronically prescribed into pharmacy and filled for patients.
  • Ensure doctor documentation is comprehensive and complete at the end of the shift.

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must have in-depth knowledge of the Atlanta map, routes, traffic, culture, and neighborhoods.
  • Minimum 1-3 years experience in Customer Service, Logistics, Dispatch, or Project Coordination
  • Ideally, but not prerequisite, experience in a front-office medical environment.
  • Tech-savvy. Enthusiastic about learning new tools, workflows, and processes. Ramps up on new software quickly; learns in hours, become an expert in a few days. This role uses a variety of online tools including complex desktop web applications. We use software like G Suite, Zendesk, and RingCentral.
  • You are eager to learn new systems and processes. The more complex, the more exciting to you.
  • You know how to balance doing some tasks manually alongside doing some tasks with online tools.
  • Effective multi-tasker and not fazed by a fast-paced environment.
  • You can think on your feet and can factor multiple data points to arrive at the best decision. Able to exercise independent judgment.
  • You aren’t afraid to ask questions and are eager to expand your knowledge.
  • You like sharing knowledge with others and are eager to empower your teammates.
  • Excellent and accurate communication skills, including verbal, written and telephone manner.
  • You are self-assured and know how to put people at ease in stressful conditions.
  • You have a hands-on, proactive attitude and a flexible mindset.
  • Start-up experience ideal, especially in a consumer-driven or consumer-facing environment where you’ve been a touch-point for the customer.
  • You have a compassionate attitude towards people who need care.
  • You are ideally already well versed in the requirements of a HIPAA compliant company or eager to learn.

ATTRIBUTES

  • Understand and embrace Heal’s mission to deliver the patient’s access to care.
  • Entrepreneurial, scrappy, do-before-you-delegate.
  • Resourceful problem solver and analytical thinker.
  • A process-driven builder who is thoughtful and able to create the playbook.
  • You want to be part of something bigger than yourself.
  • Compassionate with grit and determination.

*NOT a remote position: MUST be located in the Atlanta area.*

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