There are plenty of physician liaisons in the world today. They represent doctors, medical practices, and even hospitals. They bridge the communication gap between specialty physicians and referring doctors. There are several factors that make a successful physician liaison. These include strong interpersonal, public speaking, relationship building, time management, and communication skills. One of these physician liaisons is Marisa Mellett.
Marisa Mellett took up a BS major in Kinesiology and Exercise Science from 2013 to 2017. She chose Texas Tech University for that course. A year after, she continued at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. She took up a Master of Science major in Health/Health Care Administrator/Management. She took the course from 2018 to 2020.
Marisa Mellett has a history of working in the mental health care industry. She deals with children who have Autism Spectrum. She has been helping Action Behavior Centers for more than 2 years. Her role focuses on the growth and expansion in the North Austin market. She conducts lunch and learns. She also manages drop-ins and meetings with providers, local businesses, and non-profit organizations.
A physician liaison since August 2019, she works with 100+ health care providers. These include physicians, nurse practitioners, neurologists, and more. She educates and informs them about early intervention, ASD, and ABC’s services. Marisa Mellett also manages marketing material orders and oversees distribution across all regions.
She became a Marketing Assistant from January 2019 to August of the same year. As a Marketing Assistant, she assisted the Office Administrator. Her job involved schedules, tours, ADOS assessments, office management, and inbound leads. She also helped with the new client application process. Part of her task was documenting new client intake forms daily.
Registered Behavior Technician
Before becoming a Marketing Assistant, she had another full-time job for 8 months. She was a Registered Behavior Technician in Austin, Texas from June 2018 to January 2019. She ensured client growth by using technology for timely data collection. She worked with clients and their families to help change and track behavioral data. They saw positive results, understood behaviors, and implemented replacement behaviors together.
She also worked for Pinecone Therapies as an RBT before that. She worked there from June 2017 to June 2018. Her work included building strong relationships with clients and families. She ensured that they receive the highest quality care and therapy.
The American Heart Association issued her a CPR & AED in April 2017. This license does not expire.