Pros: great culutre of work
Cons: horrible management
Ability Network provides a secure network service which simplifies complex workflow processes, enhance administrative efficiencies, improve patient security, and clinical awareness. The company serves a majority of the hospitals in the country as well as other health care providers, including the nation’s largest healthcare payer, CMS/Medicare.
Responsibilities included the sale and services to small medical offices, skilled nursing facilities, hospitals, home health, and hospices; updating customer information in Microsoft CRM; creating, tracking, and updating opportunities for sales representatives; review and process orders for direct and outside sales teams; track and report results from tradeshows, corporate events, speaking events, and public relations programs.
• Hired after three weeks of 6 month contract of being a temp for Ability Network after seeing my capability’s to quickly sell and acclimatize to the business.
• Trained three new employees into the sale support and specialist teams, helped coordinate care, reduce record fragmentation, and participate in new and emerging care models, and access the direct project network, state, and community-based Health Information Exchanges (HIEs).
• Assisted with the upgrade of 11,000 customers over a 7 month period following the merger/acquisition of Ivan’s and Ability Network. Daily sales calls with clients of the medical industry.
• Accomplished 300 upgrades in one month.
The management was all over the place. I had five new bosses within a year time period. They paid very poorly for the work they required of you and the instant you become too expensive to them they get rid of you for someone they can pay cheaper.