Vangent Aims to Expand Healthcare Business with New Business Development Directors

 Wanda Gamble, Rosie Gaylord, and Kelly Malott are set to join Vangent Inc. as Business Development Directors for the Health Solutions Group. Vangent is quickly expanding the healthcare side of their business and hopes that Gamble, Gaylord and Malott can facilitate the process with their extensive experience in the healthcare industry.

 

“The addition of three new business development directors to our Health Solutions Group builds on to our extensive market expertise and will enable us to strategically grow our healthcare business further. We are thrilled to have industry leaders such as Wanda Gamble, Rosie Gaylord and Kelley Malott as a part of Vangent’s corporate development team, ” said Vangent’s CEO, Mac Curtis.

 

Gamble, Gaylord and Malott collectively have over 45 years of healthcare industry experience. Gamble has worked for the Department of Health and Human Services, National Institute of Health, the Center for Disease control, and was also the former Director of Business Development for the Global Health Sector at SRA International. Before joining Vangent, Gaylord served as the Federal Account Manager at Panduit Corporation and leader of the territorial global alliance for partners and spent over 20 years working for the Department of Defense and Veterans Administration. Malott was one of the initial employees of Microsoft’s Heath Solutions Group and has also worked for the Department of Homeland Security’s Biodefense and Civilian Health group.

 

Vangent Health Solutions is improving access to healthcare information through their technology and information management solutions. Their current clients include: the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the U.S. Department of Defense Military Health System (MHS), the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and the Indian Health Service (IHS).

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