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Lesly Marban

Lesly Marban

Chief Marketing Officer

Lesly Marban is the Chief Marketing Officer at Medline Industries, Inc. where she is responsible for overseeing and leading the marketing strategy and activities. Previously, Lesly served as the senior vice president of marketing for Post-Acute Care at Medline. In addition, Lesly directs and coordinates the interaction between 20 independently operating product divisions and 1,300+ person sales force. She has also worked with key industry leaders in developing training programs to help providers reduce hospital readmissions. Prior to Medline, Lesly worked at Baxter Healthcare where she held commercial and operational leadership roles. Lesly is a graduate of the University of Illinois with a degree in Accounting, and has an MBA from DePaul University.


Experts Share a Real-Life Look at Care Transitions

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PAC panel blog 6-10-16

Medline recently hosted a distinguished panel of thought leaders at our Post-Acute Care sales meeting. Hailing from both post-acute and acute care, these experts gathered to discuss care transitions, challenges and new healthcare models that are driving better care for patients across the continuum of care, sharing expert opinion and real-life behind-the-scenes looks at the challenges that post-acute care facilities are … Read More

Post-Acute Care Takes on Capitol Hill

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AHCA-NCAL blog 5-27-16

In late May, more than 400 long-term care owners, operators and caregivers from across the country gathered in Washington, D.C. for the American Health Care Association (AHCA) and National Center for Assisted Living (NCAL) annual Congressional Briefing. During this briefing, marchers lobby lawmakers on important issues that impact their business and the patients they serve. Joining the march were forty-five … Read More

Top Takeaways from the 2016 AHCA/NCAL Quality Summit

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According to the Mariam-Webster dictionary, quality is defined as “degree of excellence” or the “high level of value.”  Every day, care providers in post-acute care facilities work tirelessly to meet this standard and improve the quality of care they provide for their residents.  That constant quality improvement model was the resonating theme at this year’s inaugural American Healthcare Association and … Read More

Tips and Best Practices for Successful Marketing to Referral Partners

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Many skilled nursing facilities today are struggling to get noticed by referral partners.  Unfortunately, the days of pure relationship building with discharge planners and referral sources are long gone.  With changes to provider payment— readmission penalties, quality mandates, cost-reduction targets and risk-based contracts—hospitals and managed care organizations are now looking for real data to determine where patients are referred to.  … Read More