Orchid Medical, one of the fastest-growing providers of ancillary medical management services in the workers’ compensation industry, today announced the promotion of Danielle Hague to vice president of business development.
“Danielle has extensive knowledge of our industry, services and clients with an ability to transform that knowledge into actionable results.” said Tim Howlin, chief sales officer of Orchid Medical. “She is extremely deserving of this recognition and we’re excited to see her role expanded to include driving new business growth throughout the southeast.”
Hague joined Orchid Medical in 2014 as a member of the ancillary services operations team where she gained valuable knowledge of the company’s service delivery model. Consistently recognized for her dedication and customer service excellence, Hague was promoted to manager of client services in 2015.
“Over the past six years, Danielle has shown great care and dedication to her clients cultivating strong relationships with them,” said Jason Bliss, executive vice president of business development for Orchid Medical. “I have been continually impressed by her enthusiasm, drive and deep understanding of our clients’ needs. This promotion reflects the value Danielle brings to Orchid and her continued commitment to providing outstanding service to Orchid’s current and future clients.”
As vice president of business development, Hague will lead efforts to grow the company’s footprint in the southeast as well as build and maintain existing client relationships. Hague holds a Bachelor of Science in Marketing from the University of Central Florida.
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About Orchid Medical
Orchid Medical (Orchid) is a leading, nationwide provider of integrated ancillary and surgical implants cost containment solutions for the workers’ compensation industry. Orchid works collaboratively with claims professionals and medical providers to cost-effectively manage and deliver the appropriate care and services injured workers need to recover. The company’s medical management solutions include Surgical Cost Containment Program® (SCCP), DME and supplies, orthotics and prosthetics, home health and complex care, home and vehicle modifications, diagnostic imaging, physical medicine, transportation and language, and urine drug monitoring services.