Dynamic health care and business development executive with more than 25 years of cross-functional leadership experience guiding teams and improving processes in technical and clinical environments.
Proven track record of crafting and executing strategies that reduce costs, improve service, drive revenue growth, and increase profitability. Keen sense of client and business needs with proven ability to identify expense-savings and revenue-generating opportunities.
With over 15 years of experience in sales and marketing, it is gratifying to work for a company that maintains a deep wealth of integrity and is committed to being a true partner to each one of our clients.
As the Project Manager, I work closely with our clients and team members to enhance our mission to be patient-focused and strive for the betterment of the healthcare industry by using compliant billing and coding techniques that ensure coverage for both the patient and the providers.
As an assistant to the chairman and the research team at Fenimore Asset Management for ten years and worked as an administrative associate for the Schoharie Economic Enterprise Corporation (SEEC), and now has brought her extensive experience to work with the BrightDrive HCS organization.
Ms. Bergan is the director of operations at the Dr. Best House & Medical Museum. She also serves on the Schoharie County Occupancy Tax Board and spent three years as a trustee for the Village of Middleburgh before becoming mayor in April of 2020.