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Regional Director of Clinical Partnerships - Orlando

Company: ODYSSEY BEHAVIORAL GROUP
Location: Deerfield Beach
Posted on: November 12, 2021

Job Description:

Job Details

Level
Experienced

Job Location
Lifeskills South Florida - Deerfield Beach, FL

Position Type
Full Time

Education Level
4 Year Degree

Travel Percentage
Road Warrior

Job Category
Business Development

Job Summary

This position will cover Central Florida; Orlando to Jacksonville

We are seeking Behavioral Health Business Development/Outreach professionals in the Orlando area!

This role is critical to the organization. Three main variables are the focus:

  • Connect providers, clients, and families to appropriate clinical resources.
  • Serve as a liaison and partner to help educate communities, providers, clients, and families about adult psychiatric and substance use disorders, specifically about the role long-term residential plays for acute, persistent conditions.
  • Prioritize the markets, community and provider partnerships with the greatest need for the services aligned with the centers clinical and business model to increase clinically appropriate inquires that lead to meeting or exceeding admission goals.

    Specific duties and responsibilities:
  • Build a strategic regional growth plan by evaluating, analyzing and interpreting facility and market utilization data.
  • Use market demographic data available on the web to prioritize favorable markets by economics, age, and population.
  • Collaborate with facility and corporate leadership to leverage strategic initiatives.
  • Maximize available resources to meet or exceed strategic growth goals.
  • In cooperation with facility and corporate leadership development retention strategies for the top, maintenance and new targeted accounts.
  • Develop goals and timelines for closing new and enhanced key account opportunities
  • Present and gain support/commitment from leadership for regional growth strategies and plans.
  • Execute sales and retention strategies and plans; successfully close new business in accordance with pre-determined targets.
  • Complete face-to-face sales meeting with all key accounts and contacts ensuring that a thorough understanding is gained regarding their desires and needs.
  • Target follow-up meetings with all key sources, as needed, to close new and additional business, ensuring that internal and external obstacles to business growth and retention are identified, minimized or eliminated.
  • Prepare and present monthly / weekly reports or updates as requested, identifying trends, additional business opportunities with existing and new accounts and obstacles to retention.
  • Continuously evaluate and modify growth/retention strategies to ensure optimal business outcomes for market providers and partners.
  • Attend scheduled virtual, in person and internal and external business development and facility meetings.
  • Collaborate with admissions to obtain accurate referral source trends, provide referral source feedback to leverage increased market share for the facility and corporate network entities.
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    Qualifications

    • Bachelors degree from an accredited college or university.
    • 3-5 years of experience in strategy, business development in a fast-paced environment Ability to work interdependently with minimal oversight.
    • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with a various executives and department heads for information and / or insight
    • Some background in one or more of the following;
    • corporate development, strategic partnerships, project management and / or sales

Keywords: ODYSSEY BEHAVIORAL GROUP, Deerfield Beach , Regional Director of Clinical Partnerships - Orlando, Healthcare , Deerfield Beach, Florida

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