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Bill Lenskold Joins Medtipster.com As Regional Sales Manager - East
Lenskold brings years of employee benefit management experience to Medtipster
Bill Lenskold brings more than 20 years of sales and marketing experience in the group insurance industry to Medtipster. He started his insurance career as a group underwriter and spent time in the brokerage marketing area before committing to carrier sales with Metlife, providing him with an ability to view situations from all sides. His broad experience includes time with several other major carriers and the country’s largest TPA, Fiserv Health/UMR, working with Life, Disability, Dental, Stop Loss and Medical/Rx programs with fully insured and self-funded arrangements. Lenskold received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania and currently resides in Ellicott City, MD.
Bill’s diverse background and employee benefits experience will be highly valuable to the team at Medtipster as we grow our alternative pharmacy network (APN) and generic drugs optimization product,” said Jason A. Klein, President of Medtipster. “As our organization continues to thrive, Bill’s leadership will prove vital.”
Medtipster (www.medtipster.com) was developed to provide the public with a solution to the rising cost of healthcare. Using Medtipster’s proprietary technology, consumers simply type in their drug name, dosage and zip code, and instantly find prescription drugs available on discount generic programs, and where they can find them right in their own neighborhoods. Many of these drugs are available for $4 or less. Prescription drugs that are not on a discounted generic program often have therapeutic alternatives that are. The vast majority of all medical conditions can be treated with drugs available on one of the discount generic drug programs available on Medtipster. Headquartered in Troy, Mich., Medtipster is the brainchild of five Michigan executives, who combined their collective experience of 100 years in the pharmaceutical industry to provide Americans with substantial savings on their prescription drug and healthcare expenses.