April 14, 2014
Quantum Health, Inc. today announced that it appointed James Cohill to the role of vice president of sales for the west region. Cohill, who brings more than 20 years of experience in employee benefits sales and marketing to Quantum Health, will lead all sales efforts and new revenue pursuits in the western United States.
"James' work at UMR and his experience with self-funded medical programs will be incredibly helpful in his new role here at Quantum," said James Stark, executive vice president of sales, Quantum Health. "James' focus will be new revenue growth, strategic planning, consultative selling and interfacing with decision-makers in the healthcare landscape."
Cohill will be responsible for building relationships with innovative employee benefits consultants, helping them retain and grow their books of business, as well as growing Quantum Health by identifying and managing potential business opportunities with larger self-funded employers. Cohill will also collaborate with strategic payer and technology partners to build customized solutions to meet the needs of clients.
"With the healthcare industry in a state of change, Quantum Health is in a unique position to benefit greatly from its coordinated care approach," said Cohill. "The more I worked with the Quantum Health team, the more I came to realize I wanted to be a part of this nimble and innovative company. What Quantum Health is doing to help patients and employers overcome the confusion and costs of today's healthcare environment will be critical for all self-funded employers in the West."
Prior to joining Quantum Health, Cohill served as regional vice president for UnitedHealthcare's UMR, in the western region. Over the course of his career, Cohill has also served in a sales capacity for Fiserv Health, as vice president of sales for Principal Financial Group and as regional sales director for Highmark Life and Casualty Group.
Cohill earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Drake University and holds a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Phoenix. Cohill is also committed to community involvement as an executive board member for the Nevada Blind Children's Foundation, where he also chairs the fundraising committee and the board development committee.