Episode 1.6 – Growing Your Professional Skillset, an Interview with Jen Martin, Divisional President of Omnia Medical

Episode 1.6

In Episode 1.6, Jordan interviews Jen Martin, Divisional President of Omnia Medical, an orthopedic implant company. Jen talks about the how and why of her transition from sales to leadership training. Through her experiences, Jen shares how her perspective of women’s role in the industry has changed and what recent innovations have been implemented into sales training protocols.

Episode 1.6 – In this episode, Jordan interviews Jen Martin, Divisional President of Omnia Medical, an orthopedic implant company. Jen talks about the how and why of her transition from sales to leadership training. Through her experiences, Jen shares how her perspective of women’s role in the industry has changed and what recent innovations have been implemented into sales training protocols.

Episode 1.5 – From Clinical Specialist to Award-Winning Sales Director, an Interview with Rob Moxon

Episode 1.5

Jordan interviews Rob Moxon, a Regional Manager at NeuroPace, developers of the award-winning RNS® System for treatment of neurological disorders with responsive stimulation. They discuss the intense training that comes with breaking into the industry, how Rob evolved his career from a clinical specialist to a sales director, and the advice he offers to those looking to make a similar transition.

Episode 1.5 – Jordan interviews Rob Moxon, a Regional Manager at NeuroPace, developers of the award-winning RNS® System for treatment of neurological disorders with responsive stimulation. They discuss the intense training that comes with breaking into the industry, how Rob evolved his career from a clinical specialist to a sales director, and the advice he offers to those looking to make a similar transition.

Episode 1.4 – Neil Dougherty, VP Spinal Simplicity

Episode 1.4

Jordan interviews Neil Dougherty of Spinal Simplicity, an innovator in spinal surgery devices. The two discuss Neil’s personal journey in the industry, what it’s like to be a person of color in medical device sales, and why Neil’s so excited about Spinal Simplicity’s Minuteman product line.

Episode 1.4 – Jordan interviews Neil Dougherty of Spinal Simplicity, an innovator in spinal surgery devices. The two discuss Neil’s personal journey in the industry, what it’s like to be a person of color in medical device sales, and why Neil’s so excited about Spinal Simplicity’s Minuteman product line. Jordan interviews Neil Dougherty of Spinal Simplicity, an innovator in spinal surgery devices. The two discuss Neil’s personal journey in the industry, what it’s like to be a person of color in medical device sales, and why Neil’s so excited about Spinal Simplicity’s Minuteman product line. Jordan interviews Neil Dougherty of Spinal Simplicity, an innovator in spinal surgery devices. The two discuss Neil’s personal journey in the industry, what it’s like to be a person of color in medical device sales, and why Neil’s so excited about Spinal Simplicity’s Minuteman product line.

Episode 1.3 – Daniel Powell Interview & Opioid Withdrawal Treatment

Episode 1.3

In this episode, Jordan interviews Beth Erwin of Avail Medsystems, a leader in the procedural telemedicine industry. Beth shares with us her personal journey in the industry, her views on the constantly evolving sales culture, and some advice for women looking to get into the industry.

In this episode, Jordan interviews Beth Erwin of Avail Medsystems, a leader in the procedural telemedicine industry. Beth shares with us her personal journey in the industry, her views on the constantly evolving sales culture, and some advice for women looking to get into the industry. In this episode, Jordan interviews Beth Erwin of Avail Medsystems, a leader in the procedural telemedicine industry. Beth shares with us her personal journey in the industry, her views on the constantly evolving sales culture, and some advice for women looking to get into the industry. In this episode, Jordan interviews Beth Erwin of Avail Medsystems, a leader in the procedural telemedicine industry. Beth shares with us her personal journey in the industry, her views on the constantly evolving sales culture, and some advice for women looking to get into the industry.

Launching the Chase MedSearch Podcast

In the inaugural episode of the Chase MedSearch Podcast, Jordan Chase covers two mistakes that applicants commonly make which stop the interview process dead in its tracks. He also discusses why he decided to start this podcast and what value he hopes…

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Episode 1.2 – Beth Erwin Interview & Procedural Telemedicine

Episode 1.2

In this episode, Jordan interviews Beth Erwin of Avail Medsystems, a leader in the procedural telemedicine industry. Beth shares with us her personal journey in the industry, her views on the constantly evolving sales culture, and some advice for women looking to get into the industry.

Episode 1.2

In this episode, Jordan interviews Beth Erwin of Avail Medsystems, a leader in the procedural telemedicine industry. Beth shares with us her personal journey in the industry, her views on the constantly evolving sales culture, and some advice for women looking to get into the industry.  In this episode, Jordan interviews Beth Erwin of Avail Medsystems, a leader in the procedural telemedicine industry. Beth shares with us her personal journey in the industry, her views on the constantly evolving sales culture, and some advice for women looking to get into the industry.  In this episode, Jordan interviews Beth Erwin of Avail Medsystems, a leader in the procedural telemedicine industry. Beth shares with us her personal journey in the industry, her views on the constantly evolving sales culture, and some advice for women looking to get into the industry.  In this episode, Jordan interviews Beth Erwin of Avail Medsystems, a leader in the procedural telemedicine industry. Beth shares with us her personal journey in the industry, her views on the constantly evolving sales culture, and some advice for women looking to get into the industry.

Episode 1.1 – Two Surefire Ways to Not Progress in the Interview Process

Episode 1.1

In the inaugural episode of the Chase MedSearch Podcast, Jordan Chase covers two mistakes that applicants commonly make which stop the interview process dead in its tracks. He also discusses why he decided to start this podcast and what value he hopes to bring to the medical device sales industry.

In the inaugural episode of the Chase MedSearch Podcast, Jordan Chase covers two mistakes that applicants commonly make which stop the interview process dead in its tracks. He also discusses why he decided to start this podcast and what value he hopes to bring to the medical device sales industry.  In the inaugural episode of the Chase MedSearch Podcast, Jordan Chase covers two mistakes that applicants commonly make which stop the interview process dead in its tracks. He also discusses why he decided to start this podcast and what value he hopes to bring to the medical device sales industry.  In the inaugural episode of the Chase MedSearch Podcast, Jordan Chase covers two mistakes that applicants commonly make which stop the interview process dead in its tracks. He also discusses why he decided to start this podcast and what value he hopes to bring to the medical device sales industry.

Expanding Surgical Company Case Study

Medical Device Surgical Procedure

Medical Device Surgical Company Wins Big by Hiring B2B Game Changers

Specialty: Surgical

The Situation

Our medical device client in the surgical niche was rapidly growing and not having current staffing needs met by existing recruiters.  Chase MedSearch was brought on to meet extremely urgent recruiting needs focused on identifying top performing business-to-business (B2B) sales representatives.

The Results

By partnering with Chase MedSearch, our client was able to immediately tap into top talent with exceptional performance. Within one day, the client was able to review resumes and schedule candidates for interviews. Subsequently, the client hired over forty (40) Medical Device Sales Representatives that made a key contribution to revenue growth.  These aggressive, early career B2B sales hires took the company’s wound care market niche by storm, producing incredible results within one year. Three years later, the client was sold for over $90 million dollars.

Interventional Pain & Spine Sales Case Study

Spine on tablet

How Acquiring Top Talent Propelled a Product Launch to National Prominence

Specialty: Interventional Pain & Spine

The Situation

Our start up medical device client in the spine niche was on an extremely tight schedule to initially hire seven (7) people within thirty days. They had recently received FDA approval and were ready to commercialize their product. Positions were located in key metropolitan areas throughout the U.S. Experienced sales representatives, with both spine and pain experience and call points, were required.

The Results

By partnering with Chase MedSearch, our client was able to rapidly tap into key markets and begin reviewing resumes, interviewing, and making offers within one week!

Fast forward to present day, over 65 new hires placed as Sales Managers, Sales Representatives and Clinical Specialists.

Multiple hires were promoted to Regional Sales Directors (RSDs) and others earned prestigious “President’s Club” awards.  Ultimately,  the company was purchased for over 8 times revenue.