Quantum Health names Clanton Lynch Vice President of Sales, Southwest Region

Columbus, OH Jan 21, 2015 – Quantum Health, Inc. today announced that it appointed Clanton Lynch to the role of vice president of sales for the southwest region. Lynch, who brings more than 20 years of experience in healthcare and health tech sales to Quantum Health, will lead all sales efforts and new revenue pursuits in the southwestern United States.
“Clanton’s experience in healthcare and health tech sales is a great win for Quantum Health,” said James Stark, executive vice president of sales, Quantum Health. “He has a deep knowledge of the region and is well-positioned to introduce our solutions to a broader audience in the southwest. Clanton’s focus will be new revenue growth, consultative selling and interfacing with employee benefit consultants and employers’ health benefit decision-makers.”
“Over 20 years ago, when we were developing Disease and Total Population Management solutions, we thought we had solved the confusing and fragmented healthcare journey for the patient. In hindsight, hundreds of new niche healthcare companies were born into the industry forcing increased ‘uncoordinated patient care,’ driving up wasteful spending with additional layers of delivery fragmentation,” said Lynch. “I believe Quantum’s member-centric model will revolutionize patients into healthier, happier consumers of healthcare for self-funded employers in the southwest. All while significantly driving down historical claims cost. I am proud to be a part of this movement and outstanding organization.”
Prior to joining Quantum Health, Lynch served as vice president and general manager of Arise Virtual Solutions, Inc., where he was responsible for the healthcare portfolio, managing P&L, and new business development. Lynch also served in executive vice president roles at both Burgess, LLC., and Cognizant Technology Solutions, managing business development growth. Prior to Cognizant, Lynch was vice president of the payer market for OptumHealth. Lynch also worked for 12 years at Matria Healthcare where he held the role of senior vice president, and was responsible for all national health plan sales.
Lynch earned his B.B.A. in Business Administration and Management Operations from Stephen F. Austin State University, serves as a board member for HTA and resides with his family in Texas.