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Working As A Health Advisor

  • Assisting and Caring for Others
  • Documenting/Recording Information
  • Establishing and Maintaining Interpersonal Relationships
  • Performing for or Working Directly with the Public
  • Updating and Using Relevant Knowledge
  • Mostly Sitting

  • Make Decisions

  • $47,390

    Average Salary

What Does A Health Advisor Do At CVS Health

* Leads the development and execution of outcomes assessments for Accordant population health management programs.
* Collaborating with key stakeholders from sales, legal, product development, underwriting, information technology, analytics, operations, account management, and senior management.
* Leads the development of new analytic capabilities (e.g, patient segmentation, algorithms, benchmarking capabilities that underlie “best in class” financial and clinical outcomes reporting.)
* Provides team members technical leadership on the development and application of population health measurement methodologies.
* Effectively updates the status of individual projects to internal customers and leadership
* Develops and maintains necessary tracking documents to capture and communicate contractual guarantees, key milestones, and program outcomes.
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What Does A Health Advisor Do At SRA International, Inc., A CSRA Company

* Building and maintaining relationships with hiring managers** across your assigned portfolio: Provide a high level consultative approach to hiring managers regarding strategy, collaboration and solution for their book of business.
* Understand the intricacies of their program and environment dynamics through on-site visits with Recruiters where applicable.
* Assist in developing innovative strategies** by researching the latest recruitment trends and provides recommendations to management for optimizing and integrating these trends into daily routines.
* Develop an effective pipeline of key talent** by working with HR Business Partners and Resource Managers to create short and long-term forecasting models and workforce hiring plans.
* Provide continuous coaching and mentorship** to your recruiting team to ensure they are continually supported in professional development

What Does A Health Advisor Do At Social Solutions

* Coordinate and organize transition indicators for the Asia Bureau and liaison with Global Health Bureau on their transition working group.
* Participate in the bi-weekly policy meetings on Protecting Life in Global Health Assistance (PLGHA) and serve as the POC within the Bureau for all things related to this policy and family planning compliance practices.
* Coordinate with the Health Systems Advisor and Global Health Bureau’s Technical Practice Group on Innovative Financing opportunities within the region.
* Serve as a mentor to FSNs and other staff to build their technical skill sets.
* Conduct statistical analysis to inform health priorities for the region, sub-region, and countries; using them to develop infographics and arguments for various programming options.
* Develop private sector networks and serve as a facilitator to get private partners interesting in supporting ongoing portfolio initiatives.
* The Senior Health Advisor will be responsible for:
* Developing and Implementing Multi-sectoral Approaches to Development:
* Providing assistance to missions in developing strong strategies for leveraging public and private resources that achieve shared health outcome goals;
* Exploring and promoting the use of contractual mechanisms that exist in within the Agency which can support adaptive programming including Gift Authority, Broad Agency Announcements, Global Development Partnerships, Development Innovation Accelerators, and Development Credit Authority;
* Organizing opportunities with other operating units such as GH’s Technical Practice Group, The Lab, and Center for Innovation and Impact to learn how the Team may implement new ways of doing business within Agency policy;
* Providing strategic thinking support to missions that includes analyses focused on Political Economy, sustainability, and urban poverty;
* Lead the Health Team discussion on how to successfully transition programs from USAID assistance and serve as the POC within the Asia Bureau for the Global Health Bureau’s working group on transition;
* Support the Health Team’s management of discrete programs being implemented by our implementing partners;
* Develop and make recommendations to Asia Bureau leadership on the appropriate allocation of resources in a broad range of health investments in the Asia region; and
* Support the Health Team in advocating for budget resources and strategic country programming, as necessary
* Provide Technical Support to Field Programs:
* Providing input to missions across Asia on the newly issued PLGHA, its impact on program design and the impact it may have on overall programming in the Asian context;
* Monitoring and engaging in the community of practice on developments in urban health programming, particularly as it intersects with quantification of urban slum populations and equity;
* Tracking new areas of development that can contribute to keeping the programming and portfolio on the cutting edge of development, bring up creative ideas for the team to explore doing business differently; and
* Undertaking program designs, developing health office strategies, providing analyses that help set mission program direction, and using knowledge management strategies to keep field offices abreast of important technical and strategic developments in the Bureau and Agency.
* Technical Training and Professional Development:
* Together with the Asia Bureau Senior Governance Advisor and the Regional Development Mission for Asia Senior Technical Group Health Systems Advisor, develop adult learning courses which would serve as an opportunity for mission health officers to improve their knowledge and understanding of innovative financing activities, urban health, and transition among other topics;
* Shape the content, present, facilitate, and otherwise participate in any organized training opportunity to ensure that health officers expand their skills;
* Further the spread of Political Economy Analysis as a tool for developing programs as well as promoting systems thinking and the use of systems maps as tools for understanding the context and environment within which we work and identifying key leverage points in which programs should invest;
* Facilitate sessions during the next Asia State of the Art (SOTA) Conferences, anticipated for October 2018; and
* Select FSNs from within the Bureau’s Country Missions to provide mentoring and support to as a contribution to developing a workforce that can support the transition of USAID programming.
* Country and Bureau Backstopping:
* Backstopping assigned countries across the Bureau’s geographic range in activities such as participating in GH Country Team calls, working with Desk Officers, being the initial POC within the Bureau for the Country Health Team, contributing to routine reporting requirements and strategies or country plans that may be revised, as well as providing support to mission health teams on a temporary basis as necessary.
* Country assignments will most likely be the Central Asia Republics as well as India;
* Contributing to the Bureau’s Performance Plan and Report, Health Implementation Plan and Portfolio Review, as necessary; and
* Developing familiarity with the budget for health activities for the Health Team and across the region, including analyzing budget trends and how well budget allocations align with existing disease burdens and inequities.
* Communication and Collaboration:
* For each country backstopped, work closely to facilitate information sharing and collaborative work platforms among the Asia Bureau Desk Officer, mission health staff, Global Health Bureau staff, and any other appropriate staff in TS or in other Pillar Bureaus;
* Coordinate with the US Department of State, US Centers for Disease Control and Surveillance, US Department of Health and Human Services, the Foreign Service Training Institute, the World Bank, the World Health Organization, and other multilaterals on country and region-specific issues;
* Support TS in drafting formal memos and emails to different audiences to promote transparent and timely communication, which may include briefing papers for senior managers, talking points for conferences, informational memos for the field, and weekly health notes;
* Collaborating with relevant Asia Bureau and Global Health Bureau staff to plan, participate, facilitate and present at international and domestic meetings, workshops and conferences dealing with health systems strengthening, urban, private sector engagement and publishing in peer-reviewed journals as appropriate and approved; and
* Produce white papers, infographics, briefs, and data sheets for the Asia Bureau Front Office that tell the story of innovation with the health portfolio.
* Master’s degree or higher in public health, health systems strengthening or a related social science field.
* Minimum fifteen (15) years’ experience in public health with at least five (5) years’ experience in an international or resource-challenged setting.
* Experience and familiarity with working in the Asian development context required.
* Demonstrated ability in strategic planning and design, coupled with hands-on program management skills that show prior experience in taking ideas to actualization.
* Demonstrated track record in creating public-private partnerships and engaging the private sector to help achieve shared development outcomes.
* Experience working cross sectorally and bringing in advances from governance, urbanization, and financing to bear in supporting health programs.
* Proven ability to apply innovative approaches, work independently and apply new methods to solve problems, while remaining efficient in a fast-paced, changing and challenging institutional environment.
* Experience working with USAID Missions, other donor organizations, host country governments and non-governmental organizations, including universities and research bodies.
* Ability to absorb and synthesize a broad range of information, including financial, regulatory, clinical, demographic, marketing and scientific information.
* Excellent ability to communicate, influence and convince verbally and in writing.
* Understanding of the institutional processes that can promote communication.
* Strong analytical skills and familiarity with data software such as Stata and Tableau, with the ability to turn data into compelling arguments for program investments and budget allocations.
* Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to build relationships and communicate effectively with people of varied professional, educational and cultural backgrounds.
* High degree of independent judgment, ingenuity and originality to interpret possibilities of program change because of shifting country context and changing economic and political scenarios.
* Fluency in a foreign language is preferred
* Ability to travel internationally.
* US citizenship required.
* Social Solutions International offer competitive salaries and comprehensive benefits.
* Please submit your resume online at www.social solutions.biz
* Social Solutions is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employers.
* All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, protected veteran status, disability status, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other characteristic protected by law.
* ID: 2017

What Does A Health Advisor Do At Hawaii Medical Service Association

* Conduct Open Enrollment sales presentations, Question and Answer sessions, and supports Health fairs at employer sites on Oahu and the Neighbor Islands.
* Plan, staff, coordinate, and organize seminars strategically to drive awareness of HMSA’s value proposition.
* Employ exceptional selling skills to sell, promote, educate and implement HMSA and ancillary products and services to existing and potential members on the group specific plans offered, Disease Management and Preventive Care programs, and other programs in accordance with the strategic marketing goals of HMSA.
* Respond to members’ questions regarding plan benefits and provisions, as well as general questions relating to HMSA.
* Resolve member complaints as necessary.
* Meet marketing plan established goals and contribute to meeting annual sales revenue and membership growth objectives.
* Prioritize multiple requests and pro-active initiatives based on needs of the business, customer experience, and member experience, to ensure that time is spent in the most productive manner.
* Work in a cross functional team of Strategic Account Manager/Account Relationship Consultant/Account Service Representative/HPA.
* Participate in the account planning – strategize and prioritize Open Enrollment support.
* Schedule sessions for the account a head of time.
* Use existing or lightly customized materials/communication or agendas for seminars.
* Learn and understand the content of Open Enrollment materials and may assist with material updates.
* Obtains materials from internal sources and distributes to groups in a timely manner.
* Assist in conducting training and/ or seminars for employer groups’ Human Resource administrators and/or group decision makers at workshops and/or seminar sessions and conducts other presentations/trainings based on business needs.
* Educates and advises administrators regarding their group health plan benefits and provisions, HMSA programs, the enrollment, billing and payment policies and procedures, and health care regulations such as the Hawaii Prepaid Health Care Act, COBRA, USERRA, HIPAA, QMCSO, TEFRA.
* Responds to group leaders’ questions regarding these subjects, as well as general questions relating to HMSA.
* Assists with the development of new presentations to support business objectives.
* Performs other duties as assigned

What Does A Health Advisor Do At Shelton Career Center

* Training new team members, marketing and responding to email and website inquiries.
* Pt or Ft positions available.
* Training and benefits included.
* You can work PT or FT.
* Training and household benefits included.
* Must have customer service, phone and computer skills Visit InsuredFreedom.com for full details via email and to request an interview with our HR department within 24/48

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How To Become A Health Advisor

Mental health counselors and marriage and family therapists are typically required to have a master’s degree and a license to practice.


To become a mental health counselor or a marriage and family therapist, applicants typically need a master’s degree in psychology, clinical mental health counseling, marriage and family therapy, or a related mental health field. A bachelor’s degree in most fields is acceptable to enter a master’s program.

Counseling programs prepare students to recognize symptoms of mental and emotional disorders and to use effective counseling strategies. Marriage and family therapy programs teach students about how marriages, families, and relationships function and how these relationships can affect mental and emotional disorders.

Many employers prefer to hire counselors who have graduated from programs accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling & Related Educational Programs.


Candidates gain hands-on experience through postdegree supervised clinical work, sometimes referred to as an internship or residency. In training, they learn to provide family therapy, group therapy, psychotherapy, and other therapeutic interventions, under the supervision of a licensed counselor.


All states require mental health counselors and marriage and family therapists to be licensed in the state in which they practice. Licensure requires a master’s degree and 2,000 to 4,000 hours of postdegree supervised clinical experience, sometimes referred to as an internship or residency. In addition, counselors and therapists must pass a state-recognized exam and complete annual continuing education classes.

Contact information for state boards regulating mental health counselors is available through the National Board for Certified Counselors.

Contact and licensing information for marriage and family therapists is available through the Association of Marital and Family Therapy Regulatory Boards.

Important Qualities

Compassion. Counselors and therapists often work with people who are dealing with stressful and difficult situations, so they must be compassionate and empathize with their clients.

Interpersonal skills. Being able to work with different types of people is essential for counselors and therapists. They spend most of their time working directly with clients and other professionals and must be able to encourage good relationships.

Listening skills. Good listening skills are essential for mental health counselors and marriage and family therapists, both of whom need to give their full attention to their clients to understand their problems, values, and goals.

Organizational skills. Good organizational skills are especially important for counselors and therapists in private practice, who must keep track of payments and work with insurance companies.

Speaking skills. Mental health counselors and marriage and family therapists need to be able to communicate with clients effectively. They must express ideas and information in a way that clients can understand easily.

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Health Advisor Demographics


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  • White

  • Hispanic or Latino

  • Asian

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  • Black or African American

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Languages Spoken

  • Spanish

  • French

  • Dakota

  • German

  • Chinese

  • Mandarin

  • Carrier

  • Italian

  • Russian

  • Estonian

  • Vietnamese

  • Wolof

  • Filipino

  • Tagalog

  • Arabic

  • Hmong

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Real Health Advisor Salaries

Job Title Company Location Start Date Salary
Senior Health Information Systems Advisor JSI Research and Training Institute, Inc. Chapel Hill, NC Sep 05, 2014 $167,000
SR. Maternal Health Advisor The Johns Hopkins University Washington, DC Jan 25, 2016 $143,416
Advisor, Newborn Health Save The Children Federation, Inc. Washington, DC Oct 01, 2012 $101,462 -
SR. Maternal Health Advisor Johns Hopkins University-Homewood Campus Baltimore, MD Sep 01, 2011 $100,000
Mental Health and Psychosocial Advisor International Medical Corps Washington, DC Apr 21, 2014 $97,594
Newborn Health Advisor Save The Children Federation, Inc. Washington, DC Dec 09, 2016 $97,136 -
Advisor, Newborn Health Save The Children Federation, Inc. Washington, DC Oct 01, 2015 $97,136 -
Senior Maternal Neonatal Child Health Advisor Population Reference Bureau Washington, DC Aug 22, 2011 $91,187 -
Senior Maternal Neonatal Child Health Advisor Population Reference Bureau Washington, DC Jul 20, 2011 $91,187 -
Advisor, Emergency Health Save The Children Federation, Inc. Washington, DC Sep 30, 2012 $91,187 -
Technology, Quality, and Health Coordination Advisor Canal Family and Industrial Medicine Houston, TX Feb 12, 2016 $90,709
Nutrition Policy, Advocacy &Health Systems Advisor Helen Keller International New York, NY Sep 20, 2012 $90,000
Global Mental Health & Psychosocial Advisor International Medical Corps Washington, DC May 01, 2011 $85,000
Gobal Mental Health & Psychosocial Advisor International Medical Corps Washington, DC May 01, 2011 $85,000
Newborn Health Advisor Save The Children Federation, Inc. Washington, DC Sep 12, 2013 $84,490 -
Advisor, Emergency Health Save The Children Federation, Inc. Washington, DC Sep 01, 2011 $83,907 -
Health Advisor-Oncology Doctor Life Extension Foundation Buyers Club, Inc. Fort Lauderdale, FL Jan 12, 2015 $83,000
Maternal and Newborn Health Advisor Save The Children Federation, Inc. Washington, DC Dec 15, 2009 $75,691 -
Health Advisor-Oncology Doctor Life Extension Foundation Buyers Club, Inc. Fort Lauderdale, FL Oct 30, 2015 $75,000
Technical Mental Health Advisor Synaptic Healthcare, LLC Jul 01, 2013 $67,076
RN Health Advisor Cigna Behavioral Health, Inc. Plano, TX Jun 01, 2011 $67,000
RN Health Advisor Cigna Behavioral Health, Inc. Eden Prairie, MN Oct 01, 2010 $67,000

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Top Health Advisor Skills

  1. Consumer-Driven Health Care
  2. Eligibility Information
  3. Health Insurance Benefits
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Help guide and educate customers about the fundamentals and benefits of consumer-driven health care topics.
  • Provide members with benefit and eligibility information.
  • Solved various customer issues and questions concerning their health insurance benefits according to established guidelines by The State of Massachusetts.
  • Work directly with members on a consultative basis to provide alternative plan options and make necessary recommendations.
  • Receive inbound call inquiries regarding customer's medical insurance; make outbound calls to schedule appointments with healthcare providers.

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