BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Amwell® (NYSE:AMWL), a national leader in telehealth, today announced that Susan Worthy has joined the company as Chief Marketing Officer. Susan is a permanent marketing executive with over 25 years of experience leading marketing for healthcare services and technology companies. In her new role, Susan will be responsible for leading Amwell’s global marketing strategy and will play a central role in strengthening the company’s market position to drive continued growth, as well as shareholder and customer value. .
“We are thrilled to have Susan join our leadership team. Her impressive experience combined with her creativity, data-driven approach and proven track record of working with and leading marketing strategy for market-leading companies, clearly showed that she was the right person to further enhance our differentiation. in the market, our cross-functional approach. bring strategies to market and serve as a strategic partner,” said Brendan O’Grady, director of growth and commerce, Amwell. “As we continue to go through a period of great transformation for Amwell and for our industry, I am confident that Susan will have an immediate impact on our team and our ability to serve current and future customers.”
Susan joins Amwell from Optum, where she has spent the past six years leading marketing teams, driving product value, and establishing thought leadership and market awareness to achieve growth and shareholder value. Prior to Optum, Susan was Head of Marketing for Aetna and Best Doctors (now Teladoc) as well as several other healthcare companies. Susan has a passion for brand storytelling and is highly regarded for her dynamic leadership and ability to build and motivate results-driven teams.
“Amwell has a long history of improving healthcare availability through the use of technologies that result in better clinical and financial outcomes,” Worthy said. access, care coordination, patient experience and behavioral health support. I look forward to helping Amwell bring this story of differentiation and excellence to market and contributing to the company’s mission and journey. »
Susan succeeds Mary Modahl, who is retiring on April 30, having helped ensure a smooth transition.
“Mary has been a trusted partner throughout her 10+ years at Amwell. She was instrumental in shaping Amwell’s go-to-market strategy and organizational culture during our early phase of growth. Our Board of Directors and entire management team thank Mary for her contributions and wish her well as she enters this new chapter,” O’Grady continued.
Amwell is a leading telehealth platform in the United States and around the world, connecting and enabling providers, insurers, patients and innovators to deliver better access to more affordable, higher quality care. Amwell believes digital care delivery will transform healthcare. The company offers a single, comprehensive platform to meet all telehealth needs, from urgent care to acute and post-acute care, as well as chronic care management and healthy living. With more than a decade of experience, Amwell provides telehealth solutions to more than 2,000 hospitals and 55 health plan partners with more than 36,000 employers, spanning more than 80 million lives. For more information, please visit https://business.amwell.com/.
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