Stacey Lelko has joined pharmacy-based patient care service provider Mirixa Corp. as vice president of sales and business development.


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Mirixa names VP of sales

December 13th, 2011

RESTON, Va. – Stacey Lelko has joined pharmacy-based patient care service provider Mirixa Corp. as vice president of sales and business development.

Mirixa said Tuesday that Lelko will lead its national sales team and develop strategic partner relationships.

She comes to Mirixa from the Center for Health Transformation (CHT), where she served as vice president of strategic partnerships. Before CHT, she held senior positions at pharmaceutical companies Eli Lilly and Schering-Plough, and she has extensive experience partnering with health plans and integrated delivery networks, according to Mixira.

"Stacey's depth of experience managing successful sales organizations and forming teams for new markets will help us grow our leadership position," commented Rick Solano, chief executive officer of Mirixa. "Our marketplace is expanding as new models of care delivery are being developed, and Stacey's skills and experience are right in line with what we need to lead in this changing landscape."

Reston, Va.-based Mirixa, sponsored by the National Community Pharmacists Association, enables pharmacists to deliver patient care services via its MirixaPro Web-based clinical platform. The company said its pharmacy-based patient care network, the nation's largest, links health plans, pharmaceutical companies, employers, physicians and patients to pharmacists.

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