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Jason Amada's 5 Tips to Become a Successful Medical Rep

New York, NY, March 04, 2021 --(PR.com)-- Jason Amada is a New York-based medical sales
representative who started his career in the field of Finance. In 2019, he made the switch to medicine and
considers it to be one of the best decisions of his life. His long-lost love for medicine was realized with
his career transition. He has been passionate about medicine from his early days and enjoys the benefits it
provides others.

In recent years, Amada has worked with Koova Management, where he got his start. With the help of
several physicians, they worked to come up with a new type of genetic-based cancer screening test. Jason
also currently works to promote medical diagnostics including MRI, NCV and EMG to doctors and has
helped streamline business for medical professionals.

“Medical Sales will be the most rewarding experience of your professional life,” believes Jason Amada.
He wants to share his ideas of success with other budding reps to help them with their goals. According to
Jason Amada, the following are the qualities that make him successful in his career and thinks other
medical sales professionals should emulate:

Ambition and Passion


Jason Amada is an ambitious and goal-oriented person and sees these as must-needed traits to become a
successful sales rep in the medical arena. One needs to be tenacious and competitive combined with a
good work ethic. Sales reps must meet their sales quotas and it takes drive and determination to get there.

Ability to Listen
Jason Amada believes in persuading by being genuine and a person who understands the problems and
challenges that are faced. This requires skills to listen patiently and understand the needs of the doctors.
You ask the right questions to healthcare professionals and listen to their problems. Then offer them
undeniable personalized solutions.

Technical Grasp
Sales reps don’t need to be experts in the subjective field. However, according to Jason Amada, you need
to have an interest and sufficient technical knowledge to make a persuasive pitch. A good sales rep
understands complex terms and uses them to make a compelling sale.

Authentic and Reliable


After all, medical sales reps sell the products to healthcare practitioners. You need to be honest and
careful regarding the limitations of the product. Jason’s genuineness and trustworthiness have made him
successful in the position he is in today. He strives to always be reliable and authentic. He believes it to
be one of the important traits to thrive in the career of a sales professional.

Perseverance
A person with dedication, stamina and persistence is made to be a sales representative. Jason Amada has
worked tirelessly, which includes extensive travel to reach the heights of success. You must be persistent

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and maintain a good work ethic to succeed. As simple as this sounds, it often gets overlooked by reps just
starting out.

While still in his early years, he still has mentors guiding him and he likes to exchange ideas to give back
to others. Jason Amada creates a community to share knowledge and ask questions.

About Jason Amada


Settled in NYC, Jason Amada is an esteemed medical sales rep. The initial years of his career started at
Morgan Stanley where he worked as an advisor and Forex Trader. Shifting his profession to the medical
industry in 2019, he also took a massive turn towards the field of digital marketing. Still, many recognize
him as an up-and-coming sales rep because of his expertise in the industry. Jason Amada has marked his
eminence in his niche. Having a comprehensive knowledge of the industry, he is on the brink of
achieving new heights in the medical sales world.

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Contact Information:
Jason Amada: Medical Sales
Jason Amada
+1 (267) 392-2379
Contact via Email
https://jasonamada.org/

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