At Tea Leaves Health, our team is made up of client service professionals, marketers, product developers and innovators that work tirelessly to serve our clients, and play just as hard as they work. You might cross paths with them on a day-to-day basis, or you may not know them at all, but we thought we’d periodically feature some of our subject matter experts here on our blog so you can get to know our team a little bit better. This week we’re featuring Darla Seehafer, Director, Physicianology.
How did your career path lead you to your role at Tea Leaves Health?
Prior to joining Tea Leaves Health, I worked as the Cardiovascular Operations Manager and Service Line Specialist for a large multi-disciplinary health system in central Wisconsin. In this role, I was tasked with developing outreach strategies and growing referring physician relationships. I also spent several years working as a consultant in Cardiovascular practices, focusing on operational efficiencies and growth initiatives. My previous experience ties in nicely with the work I do with our current client partners who use Physicianology to make data-driven decisions and grow their business.
What’s your favorite thing about working for Tea Leaves?
Without hesitation, my favorite thing about working with Tea Leaves is the true partnership we have with our client partners. Our commitment to customer service is a priority. We truly become an extension of the health system we are supporting by getting to know the liaisons and business development teams personally, and by understanding the challenges and opportunities in their markets.
When you’re not busy being a Physicianology guru, what do you enjoy doing outside of work?
Outside of work, I love to travel as much as my schedule allows and train for half, full, and ultra-marathons. You could say I’m a big finish line junkie. Having recently climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in January, I’ve taken a real interest in expedition-style mountaineering.
What are your hopes for the future of healthcare?
Affordability and access.