Make a Real and Lasting Impact:
Become a Health Manager
Is this you?
A good listener and a great communicator
Someone who can ask powerful questions
A passion for health and wellness
An ability to build strong, trusting relationships
A willingness to learn and be coached
Strong customer service and interpersonal skills
Demonstrated success at leading, motivating, coaching, holding accountable, directing, and/or achieving goals
Highly motivated with proven record of achieving results
Self-motivated and comfortable working alone and in a team environment
Have a background, understanding, and interest in health, health management, wellness, and medicine
Strong interpersonal skills
Time management and multi-tasking skills
If you see yourself in this list, you should consider becoming a
What does a Health Manager do?
Develop and manage a health management plan with each Patient
Provide strategic health advice and guidance
Shelter patients from inconsistent and incongruent medical and health advice
Help manage the relationships between the Patient and the Stakeholders in the Patient’s health and care
Provide “relationship management.” This includes everything it takes – both visible and behind the scenes – to nurture and create positive relationships with the Patients and the Stakeholders in the Patient’s health and care
Guide Patients with product, service, and treatment details and options (“buy-side” advice)
Empower Patients to to set their own health and wellness goals
Support Patients as they make positive changes
Support Patients as they learn to recognize their own values, strengths, and insights
Act as a facilitator of change
Partner with Patients to help them navigate the difficult process of change
Partner with Patients to help them understand, manage, protect, and improve their health
Help Patients navigate the complexities of medicine and health
How does a Health Manager Manage Relationships?
Act as a liaison between – and collaborate with – the Patient and Medical Advisors
Act as a liaison between the Medical Advisor and other health professionals, as necessary
Help assess, organize, and coordinate resources for Patients
Build strong relationships to maintain existing Patient and acquire new Patients
Provide one-on-one coaching
Facilitate group coaching with Patients
Embody the values and philosophies of Impact Health
Collaborate with Medical Advisors, and the Health Business Advisors to improve the Patient experience
Meet with Patients – in person, in video meetings, and on the phone
Who Can Be a Health Manager?
The Health Manager role is an innovative way to provide real care to patients.
The Health Manager role is ideal for:
MDs and DOs who want to provide real care to people and know that they need more than 8 minutes (Specialties: Family, Internal, Emergency, OB-Gyn, Physical, some Pediatricians)
And more, but you have to attend the Impact Workshop & Retreat to see if it’s a good fit for you.