Healthcare Agency Age
|54,829||Total Universe / Universe Rate||$110.00/M|
|Phone Numbers||+ $50.00/M|
|Email Addresses||+ $275.00/M|
Healthcare agencies look to protect the health of and provide essential human services, especially those that are least able to help themselves. These agency officials work toward of goal of helping people live the highest quality of life possible. They work closely with communities to identify the clients goals and needs.
Agency officials perform tasks such as: listen to the client’s story, plans for the future, provides choices, narrows down possibilities to come to a decision, does research, helps with paperwork, monitors changes in the client’s situation, respects privacy and maintains the client’s routine and independence as much as possible. The ultimate goal is to point clients to the right service, organization or agency for their particular situation.
Medical Agencies provide services and programs such as health and social science research, provide immunization services, infectious disease surveillance, Medicare and Medicaid services, financial assistance for low income families, improve infant health, provide educational services to community members, preventing child abuse and domestic violence, blood pressure screening, substance abuse treatment and prevention, food safety, home-delivered meals, emergency preparedness & response, and medical preparedness for emergencies.
Often healthcare agency officials partner with local public health, policymakers, healthcare providers, business, and many other to promote and protect the health of individuals.
Local Education Agency (LEA)
Case management Agencies
Home Health Agency
Home Infusion Agency
Community Based Hospice Care
Nursing Care Agencies
Public Health or Welfare Agencies
Community or Behavioral Health Agency
Program of All-Inclusive Care for Elderly Provider Organization (PACE)
Voluntary or Charitable Agency
Early Intervention Provider Agency
Foster Care Agency
In Home Supportive Care Agency
These healthcare agency personnel rely on new technology enhancements, continuing education programs, learning new managerial skills and techniques, attending trade shows, and reading medical and business journals to stay current in their field.
This target is made up of professional, well-educated, driven, ambitious and accomplished individuals. Most belong to professional and community organizations, and they are leaders, volunteers and role-models in the community. They do a considerable amount of business travel to medical conventions, conferences, and meetings.