Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) December 15, 2015
Procura, leading provider of home and community care software, announced today the expansion of their North American sales team with the addition of Mike Lynch as Regional Vice President of Sales in the Southwest region of the USA.
Mike is an award-winning professional with extensive experience in health care sales. During his 19 year career in health care, Mike served in various executive positions in sales, account management, and network development. His broad experience allows him to have a comprehensive understanding of the home health care industry, specifically in regards to what it takes to be successful at driving growth and sales.
“Procura has seen dramatic growth over the past year and we are excited to have Mike come onboard and share his knowledge and expertise. As our company continues to grow, Mike’s health care knowledge will help us expand into the southwest marketplace,” says Brad Caldwell, Executive Vice President of Sales, Procura.
Lynch will be responsible for driving sales, increasing awareness and managing the growth of Procura’s SaaS solution, ContinuLink.
With the dynamically changing home health care industry, there is a continual shift in the documentation demands of home care agencies. More and more agencies are looking for comprehensive, web-based solutions that are secure and easy to use. In order to meet this increased demand, Procura has welcomed Lynch to the ContinuLink sales team.
Procura is a multi-national provider of software and solutions to home health agencies, community care agencies, hospice and residential care agencies. Procura’s offerings are focused on enhancing back office efficiency, scheduling, and coordinating clinical care delivery for its customers’ field and clinical workers. Procura licenses its products in the US, Canada, and Australia to over 2,300 customer sites that manage care for over 1.71 million clients in the community. Procura’s product portfolio includes ContinuLink, the Procura Health Management System, Igea, the PeoplePoint residential management system, and the Progresa Health System.