Group Vice President
Beth Sheehan is the Group Vice President at ComforceHealth, a Healthcare Business Solutions company, where she is responsible for managing the Sales and Strategic division. She is an accomplished and highly-motivated professional with a proven track record and has served in multiple leadership roles in the staffing, consulting, and outsourcing industries. Prior to joining the ComforceHealth team, Beth was the Vice President of National Sales with Precyse Solutions where she led sales efforts in the Health Information Management vertical.
Beth has more than 21 years of experience in healthcare staffing and recruiting and more than 17 years of leadership development, sales management, and operational management experience. She studied Psychology at Georgia Southern University.
Vice President of Business Development
Melissa Johnson is the Vice President of Business Development at ComforceHealth. In this role, she is responsible for performance management of the sales team as well as development and execution of strategic sales plans, target strategies, and account assignment. She monitors customer, market, and competitor activity and also works closely with the marketing function to establish successful support, channel, and partner programs.
Melissa has 14 years of progressively responsible experience in business development, 9 of which has been spent specifically centered around being a trusted partner and advisor to healthcare organizations in the areas of HIM and the Revenue Cycle.
Prior to joining the ComforceHealth team, Melissa was the Vice President of Strategic Business Development at himagine solutions where her responsibilities included securing major new business and developing large, high-profile strategic accounts. Before himagine solutions, Melissa was a Regional Sales Vice President, Southeast, at Precyse.
Melissa has successfully developed more than 50 enterprise-wide health system partnerships with high levels of customer satisfaction and loyalty. She has a BA in Psychology from the University of South Florida and is a member FHIMA, HFMA, and the Western Florida Chapter of ACHE.