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Family Health Network Welcomes Lon Lohmiller
Family Health Network is pleased to announce Lon Lohmiller as the Vice President of Business Development, Marketing and Sales.
By: Ashley Andrews
“Lon’s extensive experience in sales management, strategic planning and business development will play a key role as the company continues to expand and focus more intently on business development initiatives,”
Prior to joining Family Health Network, Lon served as the Vice President of Sales for Jesubi, a SaaS software company in the highly competitive sales force automation market. He has built sales organizations and channels from the ground up, delivering millions of dollars in revenue and profits for FORTUNE 1000 companies and burgeoning start-ups. Lon rates as his one of his highest achievements the hiring and development of numerous individuals who have progressed into the sales and business development executive ranks and continue to collaborate with him in his endeavors.
Lon has also shared his knowledge and experience in business development and marketing leading initiatives with students in the classroom. In 2005 he served as an adjunct professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Kenan-Flagler Business School.
He attended the University of Wisconsin at Madison, where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in international relations and political science.
About Family Health Network
Family Health Network’s Connected for Life online program breaks down longstanding barriers to technology use by seniors and enables communication with friends, family members, caregivers and healthcare professionals. Seniors using the technology have found the program to be empowering, opening up new worlds and giving them unprecedented access to their care circle, their church, their community, and the world.
Connected for Life allows family members and health care professionals to remotely monitor, record, and track a senior’s health status and medications on a daily basis. By providing real-time information sharing with caregivers and healthcare providers, this low cost program allows seniors to maintain their independence, brings families together, relieves stress of caregivers, lowers the cost of care, and improves quality of life. Family Health Network’s Connected for Life holds the promise to be the centerpiece of a next generation of care for our rapidly aging society. For more information about Family Health Network, please visit http://www.familyhealthnetwork.com/