Laura was lucky enough to land at iMedicare right after she graduated from the University of Rochester, where she studied psychology and marketing. Laura was excited for the opportunity to apply her talents to the healthcare industry, and happily discovered that the field is both complex and satisfying to work in.
Laura spends the day managing a number of iMedicare's accounts. She works with clients—typically small, independent pharmacies—to ensure that they’re getting what they need. Laura sets up accounts for new customers, provides training on the software, and checks in regularly with pharmacies to make sure they’re using iMedicare to its fullest potential.
"Having a small company allows for better communication in general. It's really cool that even though we're separated into our different departments—Sales, Happiness, Development—we're all within an arm's reach of each other.”
"I think the most important quality to be successful here is to be self-motivated. You’re going to be assigned your specific responsibilities throughout the day, your specific tasks, but if you really want to make a difference you want to get really involved."