MedImpact today announced that Krista Kelley, a 20+ year healthcare industry veteran, has been named Senior Vice President, Sales, and Marketing.
“This is an exciting time at our company – we are entering new markets and launching new solutions – and we are thrilled to have Krista represent us in the marketplace,” said MedImpact Chairman and CEO Fred Howe. “She is an experienced pro and inspiring leader who lives the values that define our company: integrity, respect, hard work, and a passion for helping others.”
Krista joined MedImpact in 2018 and quickly rose through the ranks to her most recent role as Vice President, Sales and Strategic Relations. In that time, she has been instrumental in entering agreements with countless government, commercial, higher education, and Taft-Hartley health plans to deliver MedImpact pharmacy benefit management solutions. Previously, she held senior positions at Express Scripts and Merck-Medco. Krista is on the board of Helping our Women, a Massachusetts-based nonprofit dedicated to providing food, financial, and transportation assistance for women with chronic, life-threatening, and disabling conditions.
For 30 years, MedImpact has invested in building a world-class clinical team, leading the way in innovation, and providing high-touch member services. It is an approach that delivers forward-thinking utilization management, higher levels of member engagement, and low year-over-year trends. Today, MedImpact is the largest independent PBM, serving government and commercial health plans and self-insured employers, and 55 million consumers globally.
“In a market in which large, publicly held healthcare conglomerates are trying to crowd out competition and limit choices, MedImpact is the PBM with the scale, clinical expertise, and technology to provide payers – especially those with complex needs – a real alternative,” said Kelley. “The market is looking for us to compete on every level and our entire company is inspired by this mission.”