Company: The mission of Well (https://www.well.co/) is to create massive impact and affect change to healthcare through a differentiated consumer experience and a world-class data and analytics engine to drive engagement and behavior change.  The product - a consumer health engagement platform - integrates layers of analytics, digital, concierge services, behavioral health, telemedicine, care management and wellness services to drive sustained engagement, lower costs and improve the health of users.  A key differentiator to drive Well’s success is a highly diverse, engaged organization whose employees are passionate about the mission of the company and whose management is passionate about the employees.

Position Title: Clinical Content Creator (part-time contract role with opportunity to work 15-35 hours per month)

Reporting To: Senior Medical Director

Team: Content Factory

Position Summary

  • One of the company’s highest priorities is to address the health and wellness needs of the whole person with a consumer-centric focus that provides a better health experience while lowering costs. The Clinical Content Creator will develop and write consumer-facing clinical content to support this goal.

Responsibilities

  • Develop and write content related to general health and wellness, prevention of disease, condition screening, and self-management of chronic conditions
  • Leverage existing templates for content output that can be integrated into our digital product's behavior change journeys and health actions, the member-facing contact center, and other channels
  • Collaborate with other Content Factory Team members in the content creation and review process.

Critical Skills/Competencies

  • Deep understanding of preventative care and chronic condition management
  • Clear and compelling consumer-facing writing skills; ability to distill complex medical concepts and make them actionable for a nonclinical audience
  • Ability to work efficiently alone and as part of a project team
  • Detail oriented, management of deliverable timelines

Education and Key Qualifications

  • MD preferred, may consider advanced practice providers with relevant experience 
  • 3+ years of clinical experience, preferably in general internal medicine or family medicine
  • Experience writing for patients or other nonclinical audiences a plus

Location Specifications

  • Although currently remote due to the pandemic, this role is intended to be located in the Newton (Boston), MA area.  Ongoing remote work will also be considered. 

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