Professional relationships that respect what you bring to them
Territory Account Manager (Former Employee) – Utah – May 21, 2013
A typical day starts in the PM to insure you know what doctors I want to see.
I work with the top prescribers down. I also call on pharmacies to INSURE my promoted drugs are on the shelf. If not, there is a great chance my RX will be switched.
Hardest part until you have the NECESSARY rapport at the gatekeepers desk is getting back to see the doctor. If I have done my job SELLING, they NEED my samples, this makes it EAST
Enjoyable part - getting numbers to see where I rank in the company / district. I have always enjoyed being part of a district that has weekly call-ins and shares ideas that have worked for them.
I have been extremely lucky - GREAT MANAGERS
District manager - reference
Regional manager - reference
Co-worker - reference - Pharmaceuticals is the best job when you put in the extra effort to insure you are successful.
When we launch a product - the FIRST THING I DO IS SELL MYSELF ON THE DRUG AND KNOW AS MUCH AS I CAN ABOUT THE COMPETITION. I need a specific patient I want to have the right to ask for the business!
Helping patients - Not all doctors read up on new inforamtion.