Company Description:
Quartet is a pioneering healthcare technology company striving to improve the lives of people with mental health conditions. We connect people to a personalized care team to get them the right care at the right time. Our collaborative technology platform and range of services brings together physicians, mental health providers, and insurance companies to effectively improve patient outcomes and drive down healthcare costs. Backed by $153MM in venture funding from top investors like Oak HC/FT, GV (formerly Google Ventures), F-Prime Capital Partners, Polaris Partners and Centene Corporation, Quartet is headquartered in NYC and is currently operating in several markets across the United States — Pennsylvania, Washington, Northern California, New Jersey, North Carolina, Louisiana, and Illinois.

About the team & Opportunity: The Customer Success team is responsible for Client and Provider relationships across our customer base and across markets.  Our team partners closely with our Health Plan and Health System clients to mutually define goals and objectives of the program and ensure we deliver on those expectations, expanding our footprint and growing revenue over time. We also work within each market to recruit, onboard, and continually engage PCPs and BHPs, in support of our overall program and customer-driven objectives. 

Accountabilities:

  • Manage “book of business” of existing, regionally distinct, Primary Care Providers taking a relationship-building approach with users; building their trust, adding value to their practices, and serving as a caring and available partner.
  • Partner with primary care practices to be an extension of the practice, this not only includes developing relationships with the practice but also potential interactions with patients. 
  • Increase user engagement through increased referrals and decrease user attrition within the book of business.
  • Collaborate seamlessly with  any other field related team members or cross-functional teams to jointly manage user accounts based on recent user feedback and/or behavior.
  • Develop standardized outreach cadence for practices. Outreach should achieve dual goals of ensuring Quartet remains top-of-mind for practices while also consistently providing value to users.
  • Deepen relationships with existing users through clinical and scientific support, referral update reports, recommended patients, pilot programs, research studies, and additional Quartet offerings as they are developed. 

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree or higher
  • Two or more years of field-based account management experience where the primary focus of the role was to grow existing business through virtual and face-to-face interactions with users is preferred
  • Critical core competencies include: Ability to work independently; excellent communication skills;  strong problem solving skills 

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience in account management within healthcare preferred
Employee Benefits for Quartet include: Unlimited vacation, volunteer opportunities, catered lunches, snacks, team events and outings, mental healthcare coverage of 15 free therapy sessions + unlimited copay reimbursements, medical, dental + vision coverage, generous parental leave, commuter benefits, 401K, stock option grants, gym benefits.
 
Want to know what Quartet life is like? Click here to meet our team.
 
Quartet is committed to building a diverse team and fostering an inclusive culture, and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We embrace and encourage our employees' differences in race, religion, color, national origin, gender, family status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, veteran status, disability, pregnancy, medical conditions, and other characteristics. Headhunters and recruitment agencies may not submit resumes/CVs through this Web site or directly to managers. Quartet does not accept unsolicited headhunter and agency resumes. Quartet will not pay fees to any third-party agency or company that does not have a signed agreement with Quartet.
 
Please note: Quartet interview requests and job offers only originate from quartethealth.com email addresses (e.g. jsmith@quartethealth.com). Quartet will also never ask for bank information (e.g. account and routing number), social security numbers, passwords, or other sensitive information to be delivered via email. If you receive a scam email or wish to report a security issue involving Quartet, please notify us at: security@quartethealth.com.
 
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