Ketchum businessman helps behavioral health company
BY KAREN BOSSICK
Ketchum resident David McElhinny has joined the board of digital behavioral health company Mindyra Health Corporation.
McElhinny plans to offer her business experience to help Mindyra expand its mental health tools and technology.
Connecticut-based Mindyra is the only digital behavioral healthcare company to have developed and deployed clinical tools to accurately screen, diagnose and measure the outcomes of care delivered. It provides an early warning detection system to help employers provide optimal mental health care to prevent mild or moderate employee mental health issues from getting worse, thus keeping employees happier and healthier. productive.
“Mental health is a significant issue for employers and employees in the American workforce,” said McElhinny. “Mindyra’s innovative technology makes it easy for employees to get the level of help they need, when they want it. Employers are able to gain valuable health risk information that helps them optimize their selection of mental and physical wellness programs for employees. »
McElhinny is the retired owner and CEO of SIGCO, Inc., New England’s largest manufacturer of architectural glass and metal. He owned and operated this business for 20 years. Previously, he was commercial banker, chief financial officer and treasurer of Rogers, Lunt & Bowlen Company and held several financial positions for Allied Signal.
A graduate of Swarthmore College, he earned an MBA from the Tuck School at Dartmouth College. He also sits on several boards of corporate and educational institutions, including Swarthmore College, St. George’s School, Tilton School and Timanous Foundation.
“His experience growing and running a successful business for many years, and his experience dealing with investors as his business has grown, will provide a useful perspective for all of us,” Mindyra said. CEO Bill Battey.