Earn Up to $21/Hr. from Home, Helping People Stay on Their Meds

By Mike Haaren – August 1, 2017

Work from Home Jobs – Earn up to $21/hr. helping people stay on their meds – Training provided – Set your own schedule

If you like to help people get better, Pleio, an established company we’ve been covering for years, continues to list its GoodStart Mentor positions. Training is provided. Average pay is $14 – $18/hr., the company says, though GoodStarter reviews say the current average is $17 – $21/hr.

You’ll be helping patients get into a good routine with their medication, via phone. No sales, no medical experience needed.

How Does It Work?

A person starting a new medication signs up for the GoodStart Program at their pharmacy because they want to make sure they’ll be using it correctly. You, the GoodStarter, make non-sales outgoing calls to those folks who signed up. (Don’t worry — you will NOT be giving medical advice.) During those calls, you’ll work from a script that reviews the side effects of the drug and reminds the patient of the routine for taking it.

You’ll also listen to the patient and report back any adverse effects the patient may have mentioned.

Requirements include a landline phone, PC (Macs not supported) and DSL or cable internet. No doctors, nurses, pharmacists or pharmacy technicians accepted. No college required.

You’ll be working as an independent contractor rather than an employee. Once you’re invited to train, you’ll need a credit and background check ($45). “A low credit rating will not automatically disqualify you,” the company says.

GoodStarters can work from all states except ND, OH, WA and WY. To go to the job listing, click here. For the FAQ page for GoodStarters, click here. Pay is monthly by direct deposit. Good luck!

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