ST. PAUL, Minn., Aug. 20, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- StayWell Health Management, today announced that Brad Lawson has been named senior vice president of sales for the 35-year-old employee health management provider. Lawson's sales leadership and consulting experience will help StayWell expand existing revenue opportunities and drive growth from new markets.
With nearly 20 years in the health management and health care industries, Lawson recently held roles of increasing responsibility at WebMD Health Services, most notably as senior vice president of corporate sales and strategic client services for the company's private portal employer segment and health coaching services. In addition, Lawson served as senior vice president in charge of sales and business development for Specialists on Call, a leading provider of emergency telemedicine consulting.
"Brad possesses a unique mix of strategy development and consulting skills that make him an excellent addition to the StayWell team," said Andy Corbin, president, StayWell Health Management. "His expertise in population health management and quality outcomes gives him a clear understanding of our business and the goals of our clients. We expect Brad's sales leadership will be a valuable resource as we continue to grow and respond to the changing needs of employers across the country."
Lawson holds a master's in business administration from the University of Dayton and a bachelor of business administration in accounting from the University of Cincinnati.
StayWell Health Management, LLC, is a recognized leader in delivering comprehensive health management programs and services that help organizations maximize business results by improving employee health and productivity. Founded in 1978, StayWell Health Management is a MediMedia USA Company headquartered in St. Paul. StayWell's programs and publications help improve the lives of millions each year. StayWell customers have received the C. Everett Koop National Health Award and more than 40 WELCOA Gold Awards for health management programs StayWell has developed. To learn more about the company, visit www.staywellhealthmanagement.com.
Barbara Tabor, APR
SOURCE StayWell Health Management