December 1, 2014 - Atlanta, GA - Curant Health is pleased to welcome Todd Kelly Sr. as Disease Management Specialist. In this role, Todd will be responsible for executing sales strategies across the chronic disease management arena.
An accomplished sales professional, Kelly, Sr. brings more than fourteen years of experience at Organogenesis/Shire Regenerative Medicine, Covidien (formerly U.S. Surgical), Depuy Mitek, Medtronic and Gynecare in numerous fields including diabetes, urology, gynecology, cardiac surgery, orthopedic surgery and regenerative medicine. His dedication to improving the lives of chronic disease patients is an excellent fit with Curant Health’s mission to improve the health outcomes and lives for chronically ill patients while lowering the overall healthcare spend.
Kelly Sr.’s proven track record of success is also exemplified by his past on the football field. A former defensive end at the University of Tennessee, Kelly, Sr. played 42 games in his four-year career. He was a first-round NFL draft choice by San Francisco in 1993 and played four seasons for the 49ers, the Cincinnati Bengals and the Atlanta Falcons.
“Todd’s determination to be a part of something bigger than himself, as well as his commitment to winning the right way and his passion for helping people make him a perfect fit for Curant Health,” says National Sales Director Jake Caines. “Todd has demonstrated a relentless pursuit of excellence both on and off of the football field. This passion will translate well into benefiting the lives of the patients we serve.” On LinkedIn.
About Curant Health
Curant Health treats patients nationwide through its medication management protocols, including medication reconciliation and establishment of personalized medication regimens, and supports its provider partners and care coordination with its award-winning EMR, MedPlan™. Curant’s healthcare professionals provide individualized care proven to improve the lives of chronically ill patients. curanthealth.com
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