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Current CEO: Joseph F. Furlong III

Status: Active

American HomePatient provides in-home healthcare services and medical products to patients across the U.S. The company focuses on providing respiratory therapy, nutritional and pharmacy services. American HomePatient generally partners with managed care organizations. The company was founded in 1983 and is headquartered in Brentwood, Tennessee. American HomePatient employs respiratory therapists, service technicians and medical professionals in home healthcare settings throughout its service area. Outbound sales specialists and billing professionals are employed at the company''s corporate office.

Respiratory therapists who enjoy working with patients in their homes can foster stable American HomePatient careers. Respiratory therapists are responsible for delivering a variety of treatments to patients in their homes. They are required to follow treatment routines designed by doctors. Respiratory therapists must maintain contact with patient doctors to provide regular progress updates. They must make changes to patient treatments as requested by doctors. American HomePatient occasionally employs other home-based medical professionals. The company may employ nutritionists, dietitians, and other therapists in some markets.

Service technicians working at American HomePatient are responsible for the delivery of medical equipment and supplies. They make deliveries to patient homes and may be asked to set up heavy or complex equipment. Service technicians generally work local routes and are not required to do long-haul or overnight trips. Some service technicians are required to deliver bills to in-home patients. They must maintain a professional attitude at all times and must be able to deal with the demands of the elderly and other home-bound patients.

Outbound sales specialists contact potential clients to promote the company''s services. They may work directly from the subscriber lists of managed care providers. Individuals in outbound sales roles must have excellent soft sales skills. They must be able to explain the company''s products and services clearly and succinctly. Outbound sales specialists are generally required to handle a high call volume. They earn incentive-based pay for meeting and exceeding sales goals. Outbound sales specialists are expected to present a positive image of the American HomePatient culture to all potential clients. They must be friendly and should not be overly pushy. Billing specialists prepare bills for patients and may submit bills to insurance companies. They are responsible for handling account follow-up and collections.

Eligible employees receive an American HomePatient benefits package in addition to their base pay. Qualified employees are awarded medical and dental insurance. They accrue paid time and can participate in a 401(k) retirement savings plan.

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