Scott Baker, MBA works to expand access to behavioral health care by building relationships with partners in new geographic and programmatic areas. In his role, Baker works closely with insurance payers, healthcare service organizations, managed care companies, EAPs and other organizations to develop successful telebehavioral health programs and partnerships. Baker has worked in the telebehavioral health space since 2011 and focuses his attention on identifying and innovating the latest opportunities for expanding access to care. Baker frequently shares telebehavioral health best practices at speaking engagements throughout the United States.
As InSight’s Western U.S. Account Executive, Richard K. Field is committed to bringing appropriate and compassionate telepsychiatry services to the region. Richard has spent much of his career developing and launching new health care models and innovative technologies that improve the health of populations around the globe. He has worked with payers, providers and consumers world-wide while developing and launching medical second opinion, telemedicine, teleradiology, continuing medical education and medical tourism services. Additionally, he has designed and launched capitated health plans and cloud based health management tools. Richard received his B.S. in Biology at Cornell University, and his MBA double major in Finance and International Management from New York University’s Stern School.
As an Account Executive with InSight Telepsychiatry, Dan Khebzou brings over four years of outside sales and marketing experience to our team. Previously in his career he had success in the Health Insurance industry helping organizations and individuals find health benefit options to fit their needs. Since joining InSight, Khebzou has been primarily involved with business development but has also worked on marketing initiatives, research and strategy development, and CRM System design and management. He believes integrity and a high level of customer service is the key to building and maintaining effective relationships.
As the southeastern account executive for InSight, Megan McLendon is committed to transforming access to behavioral health care in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and Louisiana. Megan works with organizations to implement innovative telepsychiatry programs to better serve the behavioral health needs of the communities in her region. She comes to InSight with an extensive background in project management, data analysis and more than 10 years of experience in healthcare administration and business development in Florida. Megan received her Masters of Science in Health Services Administration from the University of Central Florida.
JD Hergenrother joined InSight in 2015 after more than ten years of diverse sales experience in the health care industry and beyond. Hergenrother has worked closely promoting health care services and providers in the past and is enthused about the opportunity to now promote telehealth. As an InSight account executive, Hergenrother is an expert at designing and implementing successful telepsychiatry programs that meet partners’ unique needs. Hergenrother values collaborative problem solving and is committed to bringing behavioral health care to new organizations and markets.
As the Mid-Atlantic Account Executive for InSight, Aaron Lawler builds and maintains relationships with partners in Virginia, North Carolina and West Virginia. Lawler works to understand the behavioral health needs of organizations in his region, then evaluates to see where telepsychiatry can be part of the solution. As an Account Executive, Lawler collaborates with partners to design and implement long-lasting successful programs. Lawler has background in psychology and six years of experience working in business relationships and admissions for his alma mater, Liberty University.
Pamela Siedler is InSight’s Great Lakes Account Executive. Pamela works closely with healthcare organizations to increase access to care by connecting them to telebehavioral health services. Pamela comes with expertise and a successful track record in promoting telebehavioral health, marketing and strategy. Additionally, Pamela has previous experience in radio & TV broadcasting, senior living, nonprofit and CPG. Pamela also started a non-profit organization called Day of the Dogs currently based out of Houston, TX.