Ryan Schoenecker joins RedBrick Health Leadership Team as Senior Vice President, Sales

MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 16, 2017 — RedBrick Health, the market-leading consumer health engagement platform and well-being solutions company, announced today that Ryan Schoenecker has joined RedBrick as senior vice president of sales.

Ryan Schoenecker and Kurt Cegielski
Ryan Schoenecker and Kurt Cegielski

Mr. Schoenecker has over 15 years of experience in sales planning, strategy and leadership with large multinational corporations. In his previous role at Best Doctors, a global benefits provider serving 40 million members worldwide, his team achieved substantial year-over-year growth annually. Previously, he led business development and strategic account management for numerous Fortune 500 companies at Pitney Bowes Management Systems and Hallmark Insights.

“Ryan brings an exceptional track record with enterprise health solutions to RedBrick, complementing the existing strengths of our leadership team,” said Dan Ryan, chief executive officer of RedBrick. “He joins us at an opportune time, as we celebrate a year marked by record profitability, continued growth and external validation of our market leadership. Ryan's strategic and collaborative strengths, deep industry knowledge and passion for organizations working to help people be healthy make him a great fit for RedBrick.”

Concurrent with welcoming Mr. Schoenecker to RedBrick's leadership team, the company announces the launch of its new Client Success organization, led by founder Kurt Cegielski, who continues to serve as a key member of RedBrick's leadership team. Client Success builds on RedBrick's consultative client service model by bringing together all areas that directly deliver on client success. This newly expanded organization combines RedBrick's widely acclaimed Health Strategy and Data Science team with its account management team, responsible for helping clients achieve their strategic goals while driving strong client satisfaction. Client Success also includes RedBrick's professional services team, in-house consumer communication and engagement agency, and consumer support team. 

“Growth and innovation at RedBrick have always been propelled by a laser focus on our clients,” noted Cegielski. “By strengthening and expanding the team supporting our clients, and continuing to advance our highly integrative health engagement platform, we put ourselves in an even stronger position to be an essential partner to our clients, extending the strategic value we provide.”

For more information about RedBrick and its leadership team, please visit RedBrickHealth.com.

About RedBrick Health
RedBrick Health helps organizations improve their populations' health and well-being. Because every consumer has unique needs, we combine our exclusive Behavior Change Framework with adaptive technology and live concierge services to drive greater engagement and more lasting results than industry norms. Hundreds of employers, partners, health plans and healthcare delivery organizations representing millions of lives rely on RedBrick Health to measurably improve the health of their populations—while measurably improving their bottom line.

Visit RedBrick at RedBrickHealth.com, read more at the Health Innovation Blog, or follow the company on Twitter or LinkedIn.

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