San Diego, CA (PressExposure) April 05, 2011 -- MediKeeper, the leading health information integration company, has expanded its sales team through the addition of A.J. Black as its new Director of Channel Sales. This addition signifies MediKeeper's commitment to expanding strategic channel initiatives, developing new account plans for partners that specialize in health and wellness. This will increase access to MediKeeper's customizable platform, which simplifies understanding of health information and improved wellness for employees and those for whom they care.
"MediKeeper is excited about the opportunity for growth that is represented by A.J.'s addition to our team," said Jason Peoples, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for MediKeeper. "A.J. brings a unique 360-degree understanding of benefits, melding perspectives of the insurer, the benefits administrator, and the employee. Because of A.J.'s work, our customers will have a rich and compelling experience, helping improve wellness and the bottom line. We're very excited to welcome him aboard!"
Mr. Black brings 14 years of employee benefits expertise to his new role at MediKeeper. Most recently he was with Atlanta-based Pritchard & Jerden, one of the Southeast's largest independently owned insurance and risk management companies. While here, Mr. Black was responsible for design, negotiation, implementation and management of complex corporate benefit programs. Prior to joining Pritchard & Jerden, Mr. Black worked with UNUM and CNA as a carrier representative. He has a strong background in both group and individual benefit communication. He is a graduate of Ohio State University's school of Communication.
"I'm thrilled to join the team of a company creating and delivering such a critical path to consumer wellness," said Mr. Black. "By assembling all the pieces of the puzzle - from health records to reimbursement updates, right on down to individually-targeted content - MediKeeper offers a compelling and engaging window into an individual's health and the health of those for whom they care. At this time, there is no better place for me to be in order to facilitate personal responsibility for health and wellness, while helping the insurer and benefits administrator see a positive return on investment."