Melonie Behan – Executive Vice President of Business Development

Melonie Behan joined MindCare Solutions as Executive Vice President of Business Development with fifteen years of sales management experience in the commercial and healthcare vertical markets. Her extensive experience consists of providing operational and strategic leadership in the areas of client sales, implementation and integration services to optimize customer satisfaction. Melonie’s leadership strengths lie in managing cross functional teams of 10 to 500 members aligned with developing and executing innovative sustainable operational strategies that support organization values, goals and established objectives. Her creativity and knowledge serve to enhance best practices and workflow recommendations at various points within the lifecycle development accounting for over $100 million in revenue.

Prior to joining MindCare Solutions, Melonie held the position of Vice President of Growth and Commercialization at Evidation Health. As the sales leader, she developed, implemented and expanded the New Business Sales and Marketing teams for Digital Health, Providers and Life Sciences to address behavioral characteristics through connected populations by utilizing real life data to provide an understanding and improve health outcomes.

Melonie’s expertise includes sales of small to large-scale IT and services implementations at various Behavioral Health, Life Science, Digital Health, Providers and the commercial sector of manufacturing to address understanding at the patient and population levels through analytics. Melonie and her team’s gifted approach to support the client’s specific goals and objectives consistently delivers a sophisticated program while promoting cost-effectiveness and efficiencies.

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“Joining MindCare Solutions provides the opportunity to work with a talented team who has developed a unique level of expertise for the behavioral health need across the population. It is through this expertise that a population who generally does not receive the needed care will be addressed. “