Nationwide Clinic with expert physicians on TRT, HRT and weight management for men. Contact us: [email protected] or 844-845-2478 The purpose of the Prime Body therapy is to optimize your health and vigor.
Our therapies have proven extremely effective in improving our patients’ health, energy levels, and helping them feel “back to normal” and happy. The Prime Body staff has specialized training to ensure that the care you receive is the best and most up-to-date anywhere; it is their passion! This knowledge, combined with our meticulous protocols, is the reason that most patients experience such grea
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Duties and Responsibilities:
The Care Coordinator serves as a responsible and driven liaison between patients seeking PrimeBody services and our Medical Provider Network conducting online and telephonic medical consultations.
The Care Coordinator is the first interaction that a patient has with PrimeBody and they set the tone for the patient’s telemedicine experience. This individual will be the primary point of contact; responsible for responding to patient inquiries, communicating with pharmacies, and facilitating patient/provider connections.
- Manage the Patient Virtual Waiting room and coordinate with Provider schedules
patients appropriate for telemedicine
-Contact and manage interactions with Patients, Medical Providers, and Pharmacies.
-Respond to Patient inquiries via an online chat feature, email, and phone
-Help facilitate a seamless patient-to-provider interaction
A minimum of 2-3 years of experience in Medical Administration is required with experience in health care or patient intake preferred. Bachelor’s preferred.
The candidate should have:
-Follow-through, assume responsibility and use good judgment
-Prioritize workload and determine priorities
-Maintain professionalism under stressful situations
-Convey empathy/sympathy towards patients
-Communicate effectively and diplomatically with patients, clients, vendors, and internal
personnel both orally and in writing
-Strong computer literacy
-Software Knowledge: Windows, MS -Office (Word, Excel), Adobe PDF
-Willingness to be part of a team-unit and cooperate in the accomplishment of
departmental goals and objectives
-Excellent customer service attitude
Self-motivated and positive disposition
Paid time off
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: From $17.00 per hour
Monday to Friday
In-office, North Scottsdale
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primebodynews.com Want to be an elite weightlifter? It takes a strong pair of knees by Staff July 10, 2018 Breaking News Researchers have discovered what makes the critical difference between an elite sn**ch style weightlifter and a sub-elite one. In the Olympic sport of sn**ch style weightlifting, athletes squat, ta...
primebodynews.com Majority of older adults with probable dementia are likely unaware they have it, study suggests by Staff July 17, 2018 Mens Health An analysis of information gathered for an ongoing and federally sponsored study of aging and disability adds to evidence that a substantial majority of older adults wit...
primebodynews.com Living in areas with less sun may increase your risk of OCD by Staff July 10, 2018 Breaking News Living at higher latitudes, where there is also less sunlight, could result in a higher prevalence rate of obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), according to new research. “The results of this project a...
primebodynews.com While men lose more weight on low-carb diets, women show improved artery flexibility by Staff July 17, 2018 Mens Health According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, an estimated 1 out of 3 American adults live with higher than normal blood sugar levels known as prediabetes. Researche...
primebodynews.com Most black adults have high blood pressure before age 55 by Staff July 11, 2018 Mens Health Approximately 75 percent of black men and women develop high blood pressure by age 55 compared to 55 percent of white men and 40 percent of white women of the same age. Both black and white study participants...
In their work, Madzharov and her team administered a 10-question GMAT algebra test in a computer lab to about 100 undergraduate business students, divided into two groups. One group took the test in the presence of an ambient coffee-like scent, while a control group took the same test — but in an unscented room. They found that the group in the coffee-smelling room scored significantly higher on the test.
primebodynews.com The scent of coffee appears to boost performance in math by Staff July 17, 2018 Breaking News Research reveals that the scent of coffee alone may help people perform better on the analytical portion of the Graduate Management Aptitude Test, or GMAT, a computer adaptive test required by many business...
primebodynews.com Healthier hearts equal healthier guts by Staff July 11, 2018 Mens Health Heart health and gut health may be linked. A new study finds that people with better cardiovascular fitness have more of a certain type of bacteria in their gut. In this first-of-its-kind study, just published in the Internatio...
“We found people in consensual, non-monogamous relationships experience the same levels of relationship satisfaction, psychological well-being and sexual satisfaction as those in monogamous relationships,” said Jessica Wood, a PhD student in applied social psychology and lead author of the study. “This debunks societal views of monogamy as being the ideal relationship structure.”
primebodynews.com Open relationships just as satisfying as monogamous ones by Staff June 28, 2018 Mens Health Couples in non-monogamous relationships have the same level of relationship satisfaction, psychological well-being and sexual satisfaction as those in monogamous relationships, a new study has found. “We fo...
primebodynews.com Stress affects people with schizophrenia differently by Staff July 11, 2018 Breaking News Stressful situations affect the brain and body differently in people with schizophrenia compared to people without the mental illness or individuals at high risk for developing psychosis, a new study shows. The...
Alzheimer’s disease, the most common form of dementia, is a progressive brain disorder that leads to loss of cognitive skills and memory and causes significant changes in behavior. Aging is a significant risk factor for Alzheimer’s. Previous studies suggest that diet-related obesity is also associated with development of the disease.
primebodynews.com Obesity + aging linked to Alzheimer’s markers in the brain by Staff June 28, 2018 Mens Health A new study suggests that when a high-fat, high-sugar diet that leads to obesity is paired with normal aging, it may contribute to the development of Alzheimer’s disease. In addition, researchers discov...
primebodynews.com Here’s why it’s important to support your breastfeeding co-workers by Staff July 11, 2018 Breaking News Support from female co-workers may be even more important to new moms who are breastfeeding than getting encouragement from their significant others, close friends and relatives, says a new st...
This migration of cells can lead to metastatic disease, which causes about 90 percent of cancer deaths from solid tumors — masses of cells that grow in organs such as the breast, prostate or colon. Understanding the drivers of metastasis could lead to new treatments aimed at blocking the process of cancer spreading through the body.
“Are there specific changes, or mutations, within these cells that allow them to migrate?” asked Ben Raphael, a professor of computer science at Princeton and the senior author of the new research. “This has been one of the big mysteries.”
primebodynews.com Computing power used to track the spread of cancer by Staff June 29, 2018 Breaking News Researchers have developed a new computational method that increases the ability to track the spread of cancer cells from one part of the body to another. This migration of cells can lead to metastatic disease, w...
primebodynews.com Age and education affect job changes by Staff July 5, 2018 Breaking News New research reveals that people are more likely to change jobs when they are younger and well educated, though not necessarily because they are more open to a new experience. Researchers found that both individual characterist...
Diabetes is one of the fastest growing diseases, affecting more than 420 million people worldwide and 30 million Americans. The main drivers of diabetes include eating an unhealthy diet, having a sedentary lifestyle, and obesity, but the new research indicates the extent to which outdoor air pollution plays a role.
“Our research shows a significant link between air pollution and diabetes globally,” said Ziyad Al-Aly, MD, the study’s senior author and an assistant professor of medicine at Washington University. “We found an increased risk, even at low levels of air pollution currently considered safe by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the World Health Organization (WHO). This is important because many industry lobbying groups argue that current levels are too stringent and should be relaxed. Evidence shows that current levels are still not sufficiently safe and need to be tightened.”
primebodynews.com Air pollution contributes significantly to diabetes globally by Staff June 30, 2018 Breaking News New research links outdoor air pollution — even at levels deemed safe — to an increased risk of diabetes globally, according to a new study. The findings raise the possibility that reducing pollutio...
primebodynews.com Snooze mobiles: How vibrations in cars make drivers sleepy by Staff July 5, 2018 Breaking News About 20 percent of fatal road crashes involve driver fatigue. Now researchers have discovered the natural vibrations of cars make people sleepier, affecting concentration and alertness levels just 15 minu...
Researchers tracked the death trajectories of nearly 4,000 residents of Italy who were aged 105 and older between 2009 and 2015. They found that the chances of survival for these longevity warriors plateaued once they made it past 105.
The findings, to be published in the June 29 issue of the journal Science, challenge previous research that claims the human lifespan has a final cut-off point. To date, the oldest human on record, Jeanne Calment of France, died in 1997 at age 122.
"Our data tell us that there is no fixed limit to the human lifespan yet in sight," said study senior author Kenneth Wachter, a UC Berkeley professor emeritus of demography and statistics. "Not only do we see mortality rates that stop getting worse with age, we see them getting slightly better over time."
primebodynews.com The odds of living to 110-plus level out — once you hit 105 by Staff June 30, 2018 Breaking News The chances of reaching the ripe old age of 110 are within reach — if you survive the perilous 90s and make it to 105 when death rates level out, according to a study of extremely old Italians. Resea...
primebodynews.com Study examines alcohol’s effects on sexual aggression by Staff July 5, 2018 Mens Health New research examines alcohol’s ‘in the moment’ effects on sexual aggression, or the acute effects of alcohol on men’s decisions about how to respond to sexual refusals in a dating simulation. In the st...
Schedule more roughly. In a study they published last year, Malkoc and Tonietto found that scheduling leisure activities makes them less fun because the strict beginning and end times disrupted their free-flowing nature.
“The minute you put limits on a fun activity, you’re robbing yourself of some of the enjoyment,” she said.
Malkoc recommends that if you have to schedule leisure, do it only roughly. Say you’ll do it “after work” rather than “at 6 p.m.” Allowing a little wiggle room alleviates the restriction one feels.
primebodynews.com Three research-based ways to maximize the fun of leisure activities by Staff July 2, 2018 Breaking News Everyone’s so busy these days that it is easy to think you need to schedule time to have fun. But be careful about how you do that, said a time management expert. Research shows that scheduling ...
primebodynews.com Healthy diet may lower eye disease risk by Staff July 5, 2018 Mens Health An analysis of recent high-quality research reveals that diet may affect individuals’ risks related to the development and progression of age-related macular degeneration (AMD). The systematic review included the analysis of...
primebodynews.com Don’t sweat it: Scientists identify key step in production of BO by Staff July 3, 2018 Breaking News Researchers have unraveled a key part of the molecular process by which armpit bacteria produce the most pungent component of the noxious smell we recognize as BO. The findings could result in more...
primebodynews.com Web-based support system may help people lose weight and keep it off by Staff July 5, 2018 Mens Health In a randomized long-term lifestyle change trial, an Internet-based health behavior change support system was effective in improving weight loss and reduction in waist circumference for up to two y...
New findings from the largest study of its kind, led by Gideon Nave, an assistant marketing professor at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, underscore a biological factor at play in the choice of products conveying status: testosterone. Giving men a single dose of testosterone increased their preference for higher-status goods.
The study supports previous research that connects transient increases in testosterone levels to a rise in behaviors aimed at boosting social rank.
“We found a small but consistent effect on preferences,” Nave says. “The findings need to be replicated, but we used a sample size that is four or five times larger than what has been used before, so we have more evidence than we’ve ever had that testosterone is affecting these preferences.”
primebodynews.com Boosting testosterone makes men prefer higher-status products by Staff July 3, 2018 Breaking News Status symbols, like a luxury car or brand-name denim, may not function any better than their lower-status counterparts, but they do convey a message about the owner’s position on the social ladder. A...
Living close to nature and spending time outside has significant and wide-ranging health benefits — according to new research. A new report reveals that exposure to greenspace reduces the risk of type II diabetes, cardiovascular disease, premature death, preterm birth, stress, and high blood pressure.
A new report published today reveals that exposure to greenspace reduces the risk of type II diabetes, cardiovascular disease, premature death, preterm birth, stress, and high blood pressure.
Populations with higher levels of greenspace exposure are also more likely to report good overall health — according to global data involving more than 290 million people.
primebodynews.com It’s official — spending time outside is good for you by Staff July 6, 2018 Breaking News Living close to nature and spending time outside has significant and wide-ranging health benefits — according to new research. A new report reveals that exposure to greenspace reduces the risk of type II ...
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