Nashville, TN – Prime Health Services recently announced the appointment of the executive position Chief Revenue Officer (CRO). Jennifer Ryon will take the helm with nearly fifteen years of experience in client strategy, sales, customer service, and account management in the medical cost containment field.
In addition to continuing to oversee the business development departments, effective immediately Ryon will be responsible for revenue growth, driving customer value, and national revenue and customer success strategies for Prime Health Services. Focused on all operations, Jennifer will direct innovative delivery solutions, efficiencies, marketing integration, and customer service to address customer requirements and drive business growth in 2019 and beyond.
Ryon was hired at Prime Health Services in 2006 as a National Account Manager and since then has focused on building strong relationships with strategic customers nationwide. For the past five years she has concentrated on the vision of empowering better outcomes for clients and growing Prime Health’s client list. Promoted numerous times throughout her career, she most recently held the position Vice President of Business Development and Account Management.
“Jennifer has been instrumental in building the client-focused nature of our business as well as growing the overall book of business for Prime,” says CEO and President Brian Sharp for Prime Health Services. “This position will align sales, account management, marketing, provider contracting, and operations with a heightened focus on customer success to maximize revenue. I am excited as we embark on the next phase of growth.”
Jennifer Ryon Chief Revenue Officer for Prime Health Services states, “Leading the business development teams has given me a unique view into our customer needs and the opportunities available for us to continue delivering value-impact solutions. It is a very exciting time at Prime Health, and I’m looking forward to driving the business forward with increased velocity in my new role!”
Source: Prime Health Services