Nox Health, which provides the provides the SleepCharge program to employer-sponsored health plans and health systems, has welcomed Heidi Anderson to the enterprise business as president and chief growth officer as it strategically positions itself for accelerating growth and development. Anderson will be responsible for leading all commercial efforts to promote, sell, and manage relationships with employer clients, health plans, and partnerships.
“Heidi is a consummate professional, energetic business leader, and diversity champion who will bring a high dose of creativity, solution-focused strategy, and valuable growth perspective to our team,” says Sigurjon Kristjansson, CEO of Nox Health, in a release. “Her demonstrated history of successfully introducing new products and delivering on initiatives to invigorate growth complement our forward-looking strategic initiatives at Nox Health.”
Anderson has spent more than two decades building businesses and driving growth in emerging and mature B2B and B2C markets, especially in the healthcare industry, most recently serving as senior vice president of strategic clients and initiatives and ASO Ssrategy at Teladoc Health. Prior to Livongo and Teladoc Health, she held senior leadership and officer positions at several start-ups, mid-sized and Fortune 500 companies, including Time Warner and WebMD. Anderson is an active board member of Solis Mammography, a strategic advisor at AliveCor and TaskHuman, and a graduate of the University of Minnesota Hubbard School of Journalism and Mass Communication.
“I’m honored to join the Nox Health team, creating value for employers, health plans, and most importantly, people, by delivering on the promise of Waking up to a Brighter World through better sleep,” Anderson says in a release. “Nox provides a comprehensive sleep solution that is truly differentiated in the market. The company is poised for exponential growth and I look forward to sharing our amazing story.”
In the United States, Nox Health provides the SleepCharge program to employer-sponsored health plans and health systems, a solution that helps people access sleep healthcare, establish medical care, and long-term treatment and support. Currently, hundreds of thousands of employees of US companies have access to SleepCharge.