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Rx Pharmacy

RX Pharmacy

 

Brand new posting campaign in the industry.

 

Products to Focus on:

Acid Reflux / Heartburn

Psoriasis / Eczema / Dermatitis (Skin Disorders)

Migraines / Severe Headaches

Metabolic Deficiency (Multi-Vitamins)

Muscle Relaxant (Spasms/Arthritis/Inflammation)

Dry Mouth / Issues Producing Saliva

Pain Creams (Joint Pain/Tendinitis/Inflammation)

Scar / Open Wounds

Fungal / Skin Infection

Diabetic

All leads posted MUST be interested in a combination of 3+ products mentioned above, and your RECORDINGS must match the products mentioned to be payable.

Health Insurances Accepted:

Caremark

United Health Care

BCBS California

Anthem

Aetna

Express Scripts

Pacificare

Argus Health

Advanced RX Management

OptumRX

Well Care

Navitus Health

 

No BIN# or PCN# Restrictions

State List Accepted:

California only

22+ states will be available if BETA test performs well

 

Age accepted 35-65 years’ old

 

Value:                    $55 depends on volume per week

 

Terms:                   Net-7 (w/ payable after completed Successful TeleMed.

 

Payroll:                  Monday to Friday cutoff, with Payments made, Every Wednesday!!

 

NOTE:                    During your record call, you MUST indicate the call is being recorded, the patient MUST state they are interested in a combination of 3+ products mentioned above, and you need to inform the client a Doctor will contact them within the next 3 business days for a phone consultation (tell them to stay close to the phone)

 

Regards,

 

Lars B Christiansen

Deep Blue Marketing

l.b.christiansen@deepbluem.com

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by Lars Christiansen - November 10, 2019 at 4:30 PM

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PPO FOOT BATH, MEDICATIONS.

FOOT BATH, MEDICATIONS

 

Not Provided:  DATA, DIALER or VOIP

 

Provided:  Webform / CRM

 

Minimum # of Agents:   5

 

Requirement:   10 leads Per Day Minimum

 

Accepted Insurances:  Cigna, UHC, AARP, CIP, Aetna, BCBS and Humana.

  

Type:  Posting with recording

 

Pay Cycle:  Weekly – NET 14 PPO.
Please, check the details in the process.

 

Products to offer Foot bath

Pain cream

Scar cream

Acid reflux/ulcer

Metabolic

Dermatitis (eczema, psoriasis)

Muscle Relaxer

Allergy

Cold and cough

Migraine

Head aches

 

PATIENT REQUIREMENTS:

  • PPO, we do not accept Part B, Medicare Advantage or HMO Leads
  • Mut have pain or foot problem
  • For additional products must have the ailment that the product is for

 

DETAILS

We have the footbath campaign is running and we are looking for GOOD and HIGH QUALITY centers.

 

You can solicit all 50 states for PPO coverage for footbath CIGNA Humana, Aetna, BCBS and United healthcare (Including AARP and CIP) PPO. 

All of those campaigns pay net 14 after approval for PPO.

The best thing about this campaign it is once your reps put a qualified patient into the portal within 3 hours that lead is called by an actual NURSE!!   

Our teams now have added a statement at the end of the script that says now “Miss Smith remember that one of our nurses will be giving you a call in the next hour or two to verify the information and answer any additional questions you may have please answer the phone!”  

Adding that little extra line at the end of the script is working fantastically!!!! Seniors don’t mind talking to a nurse about their ailments. 

I can’t stress enough though that it’s PPO in all 50.

All PPO coverages that are approved typically pay out net 14 after approval

So to give you an example let’s say your team did a deal in Minnesota for a PPO foot bath and scar cream today 1 October and let’s say that policy was approved on Friday, 4 October your team would be paid on 15th of October.

But let’s use next week for example let’s say your team next week on October 10th does a PPO in Kansas for a scar cream they would be paid out on the 30th for that scar cream.  

PPO you can offer all 50 states for pharmacy.  

You can only accept PPO (Cigna, UHC, AARP, CIP, Aetna, BCBS and Humana)

When your team signs up Miss Smith in Ohio for a foot bath and pain cream for example and she’s on United healthcare PPO remember your team Has to get her Medicare ID number and her PPO ID number

EXAMPLE OR PAYOUT PROCESS FOR PPO

 

Foot bath :$80

Pain cream :$40

Scar cream :$40

Acid reflux/ulcer :$40

Metabolic :$40

Dermatitis (eczema, psoriasis) : $40

Muscle Relaxer : $40

Allergy :$40

Cold and cough :$40

Migraine :$40

Headaches :$40

ONLY EXPERIENCED AND CENTERS WITH HIGH QUALITY

 

Regards,

 

Lars B Christiansen

Deep Blue Marketing

l.b.christiansen@deepbluem.com

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by Lars Christiansen - at 4:12 PM

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New PPO Lead generation campaign with Live transfer and high payments.

CAMPAIGN IS FULL FOR THE MOMENT- NO SPACE

PPO Lead generation campaign with Live Transfer.

No selling braces, simple lead generation campaign.

Approval happens in few hours, so, you start the week, they work also on Saturdays, and all the approved leads from Monday to Saturday is paid on Tuesday.

Dialer/VoIP/Data not provided

  • Script is provided, client only works with centers that has past exeprience.
  • High English proficiency level required
  • Min of 5 agents to start.
  • Payment is  $90.00. , +75 weekly PPO lead $100.00.
  • PPOs accepted are AARP, Care Improvement Plus, Cigna and United.

What is required of you?

  • Previous USDME/PPO  lead generation campaign experience is a must.
  • Agents that understand and speak English very good.
  • English speaking program only.
  • Have a dialer and minutes available. (No compensation for these given).
  • You must be able to begin within 5 working days of a signed contract being in place.
  • Working hours range for M-S 12:00 AM till 9:00 PM EST.
  • Daily upload of voice recordings is a must and mandatory.

If this campaign has your interest, contact us asap to get started and paid 1st time next week.

Regards,

Deep Blue Marketing
campaigns@deepbluem.com
www.deepbluem.com

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by Lars Christiansen - October 8, 2019 at 11:15 PM

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