Industry Veteran will Lead Business Development, Market Planning, and Strategic Account Management as the Company Expands its Products.
CLEVELAND, June 2, 2020 – Axuall, Inc. announced today that Dana Bankhurst joined the company as its Vice President of Customer Success. Dana will be responsible for leading Axuall's efforts in business development, market planning, sales management, and strategic account management. She has been in the population health and healthcare transformation industry for ten years. Prior to Axuall, Dana managed an enterprise portfolio at IBM Watson Health, where she was responsible for maintaining and expanding existing customer relationships and focusing on strategic account planning to support healthcare analytics and population health initiatives. She also worked for Emmi Solutions, providing innovative, SaaS-based, patient engagement solutions to help provider networks and hospital systems maximize a patient-centric service delivery model. In this role, Dana strove to improve the patient experience through a personalized outreach strategy, developed in partnership with client organizations. "It's great to work alongside Dana again, especially during this growth stage for Axuall," stated Charlie Lougheed, Axuall, CEO. "We are thrilled to add her leadership to the team as we innovate with our partners and customers." Dana holds a Master of Public Health degree from George Washington University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Relations from The Ohio State University. She lives with her husband and daughter in Cleveland, Ohio.
About Axuall, Inc.
Formed in 2018, Axuall, Inc. addresses the national imperative to improve access to quality healthcare by helping to eliminate unnecessary inefficiencies in workforce deployment. Axuall is a national digital network that enables clinicians, healthcare systems, and primary source institutions to share and manage authenticated credentials in real-time. With this, we empower health systems to accelerate the time-to-deployment of qualified healthcare professionals, while at the same time reducing physician burnout.