What does a Healthcare Consultant do?

As a Healthcare Consultant you will provide advice based on your experience and the healthcare literature to small to medium healthcare organizations. You will spend 50% of your time at client sites providing advice and expertise to help them improve performance. You will collect information on the client's operations and develop a needs assessment and assist them with implementation and execution, depending on client request.

The ideal candidate will have excellent presentations skills, superior analytical skills and experience with Medicare and Medicaid. You need to hold a bachelor's degree in healthcare administration or related field and have 10+ years of experience working in a healthcare setting. You need to be proficient with computers and healthcare applications in addition to being well versed in the current healthcare literature. This position requires an ability to travel 50% of the time.

  • Develop and deliver presentations to C-Level audiences
  • Assess business practices and providing insight based on industry trends
  • Create industry specific reports
  • Conduct research and industry specific writing white papers
  • Travel to client offices, as needed
  • Ability to work under aggressive deadlines
  • Able to meet annual plan
  • Create business plans
  • Master's degree in healthcare administration or related field, preferred
  • Any healthcare certification such as CMM, AAHAM, CPHRM, CPHIMS, FACHE, preferred
  • 10+ years of experience working in a healthcare setting
  • Proficiency with a computer and healthcare applications
  • Excellent presentation skills
  • Superior analytical abilities
  • Experience with Medicare, Medicaid
  • Well versed in current healthcare literature
  • Ability to build rapport with a variety of people from diverse
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Avg. Experience5-7 years

Healthcare Consultant Salaries

Average Base Pay

£35,043 /yr
Same as national average
Not including cash compensation
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£15K
Median: £35K
£83K
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UpRight LawUpRight Law
Senior Client Consultant
8 Nov 2021

“The people you work with are who make the Job! Base pay plus commission which is pretty good.”

Northwest AdministratorsNorthwest Administrators
Health and Welfare
26 Jun 2021

“The compensation is far better than you’ll find at any other local third party administrator.”

TTM Healthcare GroupTTM Healthcare Group
Healthcare Assistant
7 Jul 2019

“Hourly rate is good and competitive”

GE HealthcareGE Healthcare
GE Healthcare
24 Apr 2021

“People are really nice and helpful”

Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation TrustRoyal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust
Healthcare Assistant
24 Oct 2021

“Career development is highly valued and encouraged.”

Advantage DermatologyAdvantage Dermatology
Healthcare
12 Nov 2020

“Fruitful and possibly long term career in the industry.”

James HardieJames Hardie
Individual Contributor
16 Aug 2019

“Product is truly innovative and premium quality.”

Chambers Medical GroupChambers Medical Group
Healthcare
13 Jan 2021

“Everyone is respected and great to work with.”

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